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This study is a replication of the time spent and stress study reported in 2006 (Kozar, Marcketti, & Gregoire). During spring semester 2011, undergraduate students majoring in the apparel disciplines reported their time spent in categories of class, studying, working, exercising, socializing, personal time, watching television, completing extracurricular tasks and hobbies, and sleeping. The factors perceived as most stressful to students were also identified using the 49 items of the Inventory of College Students’ Recent Life Experiences scale (ICSRLE) (Woods, Sciarini, & Johanson, 2001).

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A Reexamination of Factors Contributing to Apparel Majors’ Stress and Abilities to Effectively Manage their Time

This study is a replication of the time spent and stress study reported in 2006 (Kozar, Marcketti, & Gregoire). During spring semester 2011, undergraduate students majoring in the apparel disciplines reported their time spent in categories of class, studying, working, exercising, socializing, personal time, watching television, completing extracurricular tasks and hobbies, and sleeping. The factors perceived as most stressful to students were also identified using the 49 items of the Inventory of College Students’ Recent Life Experiences scale (ICSRLE) (Woods, Sciarini, & Johanson, 2001).

 

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