Perceived Stress Scale Urdu (PSS)
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About Perceived Stress Scale Urdu Aneeqa Mariam
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Perceived Stress Scale measures the degree to which situations in one’s life are appraised as stressful
Potentially stressful life events are thought to increase the risk for disease when one perceives that the demands of these events impose the tax or exceed a person’s adaptive capacity (Lazarus & Folkman, 1984). In turn, the perception of stress may influence the pathogenesis of physical disease by causing negative affective states (e.g., feelings of anxiety and depression), which then exert direct effects on physiological processes or behavioral patterns that influence disease risk (Cohen, Janicki-Deverts, & Miller, 2007). The Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) measures psychological stress associated with sex, age, education, income, employment status, and a number of other demographics. measures psychological stress associated with mm
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Perceived Stress Scale Urdu Version Translated by Aneeqa Mariam
Translation courtesy of (and thanks to) Aneeqa Mariam, Asra Sarwar, Rashida Maqsood, Anum Bashir, and Kiran Aamir, and project supervisor Mamoona Ismail Luna, all of International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. For questions or to request permission for its use, please contact Aneeqa Mariam at [email protected]
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Perceived Stress Scale Urdu Version Translated by Amna Tahira
Translation by (and thanks to) Amna Tahira and Prof. Dr. Rukhsana Kausar (Institute of Applied Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.). Prof. Dr. Kausar may be contacted at [email protected].
This translation has not been pre-tested by our laboratory; nor are we aware of its psychometric properties.
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