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170. Answering Questions on Stress without Losing Marks

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This Psychology Factsheet describes the common pitfalls made when answering questions about each area of the stress topic and explains how to avoid them. A common pitfall is not being sure which particular research studies or concepts are relevant to each area of the stress topic, for example, incorrectly answering a question on workplace stress by discussing ways of measuring stress or using a study into stress and illness.

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September 2014

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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