| Published: December 25, 2016
Training and Productivity of Job, Effectiveness of Stress Management on Stress Reduction Index, A Randomized Clinical Trial
Introduction: perhaps it was unlikely to imagine the outbreak of insufficient psychological sequences in a few decades ago. A new form of psychic sequences has appeared due to industrialism and market competition. The current study was used with the aim of analysis the effectiveness of stress management to the teachers stress. Methods: in a semi-experimental layout in format of random clinical trial, 163 teachers were selected according to the entrance and departure criterion, among all teachers during 91-92 academic year, primary school, Sheshtmand province. After screening, based on stress criterion, 40 subjects with highest rank were selected according to the assumption threshold of tow standard deviation lower than the average and randomly assigned, using EXCEL, in format of two groups; Examinees group and controlling group (each group consists of 20 subjects). Stress management protocol was submitted to the examinees group for 10 weekly sessions. Job stress (response 94%) applied 2 times. The data was analyzed by Univariate Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). Results: results showed that teaching stress management has a significant impact on reducing the teachers stress criteria than control group (p<0.05). Conclusion: research results indicate the efficiency of stress management teaching on modifying the psychological index. These accomplishments can lead to a promising perspective in field of education, and planning prevention programs to increase the effectiveness of practical training.
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© 2016 M Amirbeik, S Akbarnia, M Jalalifar
Received: October 05, 2016; Revision Received: November 11, 2016; Accepted: December 25, 2016
Published in Volume 04, Issue 1, October-December, 2016