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Title: Children´s Stress Symptoms: A Between-Group Comparison
Authors: Pires, Mónica
Hipólito, João
Jesus, Saul Neves de
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Logos Verlag
Citation: Pires, M.; Hipólito, J.; Jesus, S. N.Children´s Stress Symptoms: A Between-Group Comparison, In K. Kaniasty, K. A. Moore, S. Howard, & P. Buchwald (Eds.). Stress and Anxiety: Applications to Social and Environmental Threats, Psychological Well-Being, Occupational Challenges, and Developmental Psychology, 271-281, ISBN: ISBN 978-3-8325-3. Alemanha: Logos Verlag, 2014.
Abstract: Children and adults are exposed to daily stressors and stress outcomes. Research has usually focused on adults, which underlies the need to study children’s experiences. A crosssectional quantitative study exploring children’s stress reactions was conducted with one hundred and twelve 5-8 year olds, 58 boys and 54 girls, from different schools in the Lisbon area to address the question: what are the stress symptoms experienced by school-age children?. The analyses focused on gender, age, family income, and type of school attended. Data were collected in school settings using parents’ demographic questionnaire and children’s reports (ESI child stress scale). Depressive reactions decrease with age and are significantly different between school-group children. 19.6% of children reported high stress scores, suggesting that child stress should be addressed and further researched. We pinpoint the importance of assessing children’s own perceptions and indicate some limitations that should be considered in future studies.
Peer Reviewed: no
ISSN: ISBN 978-3-8325-3
Other Identifiers: ISBN 978-3-8325-3
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