Stress trends at Georgetown University An analysis of ACHA-NCHA data from Spring 2008
This paper focuses on the evaluation of Georgetown University’s student responses to the American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment from spring 2008. Specific questions from the ACHA-NCHA were isolated and analyzed by year in university. Desired analysis was aimed at trends in stress, anxiety and depression by year in school, race and gender. However technical problems prevented the analysis of race and gender. Thus, further investigation is needed to isolate year in university, race and gender as predictors of stress and stress associations for the questions analyzed in the spring 2008 data. Investigating the spring 2010 data for the ACHA-NCHA II can also provide insight into these independent variables.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Does Economic Globalization Influence the U.S. Policy Mood?: A Study of U.S. Public Sentiment, 1956-2008 Quinn, Dennis P.(Georgetown University, Washington D.C.); Owen, Erica (Georgetown University, Washington D.C.) (Mortara Center for International Studies, 2011)
El régimen jurídico de la conservación de datos sobre identificadores obtenidos a partir del análisis de ADN, a la luz de la Sentencia del Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos (Gran Sala), de 4 de diciembre de 2008 (asunto S. y Marper c. Reino Unido)[Legal procedures for retention of identification data obtained by DNA analysis, in the light of the judgement of the European Court of Human Rights (Grand Chamber) of December 4, 2008 (Case: S and Marper v. United Kingdom) Reverón Palenzuela, Benito (2009-01)