Abstract—This research paper quantitatively appraises the nature of studio stress among 90 architecture undergraduate students. Stress indicators were measured at three significant period of the semester using simple random sampling. This was to test different ways of coping mechanisms. The research outcome showed significant mean stress differences between the students at varying due to coping mechanisms. Eventually, end of semester proved to be full of stressors and less coping mechanisms. These results suggest the successful role of meaningful stress management strategies for youth in the academics.
Index Terms—Stress, management technique, coping mechanisms, studio stress, students stress and coping.
Dr. Shadiya Mohamed S. Baqutayan, University Technology Malaysia(UTM)
Cite: Shadiya Mohamed S. Baqutayan, "Studio Stress," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 295-300, 2011.