The Survey of Graduate Students Perceived Stress Influences Stress Coping Style

Yan ZHU, Mengrou ZHANG

Abstract


Master and doctor belong to the elite part of higher education, owing to Chinese higher education expands to register more and more university students leading to master and doctor come across abundant Psychology pressure. Although study pressure is the most important one, master and doctor are adult university students having no salary to support their life expense, without exception that they will be face to financial pressure. Those different kinds of pressures to master and doctor should be paid more attention to it, and try best to help them to transform pressure to the engine to meet a bright future.


Keywords


Graduate students; Pressure; Discrepancy; Survey research; Education

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