Stress is an emotional reaction under unfavorable, extreme conditions (stressors) such as lack of time, danger, death (no comma) etc. We analyzed available information on stress and its internal factors, consulted with a psychologist, performed a survey, collected data (no comma) and drew conclusions.
Of all stress internal factors, we chose to examine self-esteem, self-assurance and temperament because these factors can be measured. We assumed that the rest of the factors for our respondents are more or less the same because they belong to the same social groups and live in a similar environment.
This work is based on the responses of 16 to 18 year old students. Their temperament type, stress, self-esteem and self-assurance levels were measured using psychological tests. After collecting all responses, we came to the conclusion that self-esteem is lower than self -assurance or on the same level, but not higher. This connection between self-esteem and self-assurance could be the base for further research.
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