Self-Monitoring of Stressors as an Additive Component to a Stress Management Training Protocol
Description: The purpose of this study was to examine whether or not self-monitoring of stressors and physiological response to stressors enhances the effectiveness of a stress management technique, specifically relaxation training. The primary hypothesis which stated that the RSMS group would experience a greater reduction in depression (on the Beck Depression Inventory), and enhancement in self-efficacy (on the General Self-efficacy Scale) than all other groups, was not supported.
Date: August 1992
Creator: Eads, Julie A. (Julie Anne)
Partner: UNT Libraries