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The focal interest of this chapter on teacher stress is methodologic. The chapter enumerates a number of defects in existing measures of job stress in teachers and, concomitantly, other helping professionals. Alternative ways of measuring stress in teachers are suggested and evaluated. The use of depressive symptom scales in concert with more 'objective' measures of the work environment is discussed. An application of the proposed alternative measurement strategy is described. The wider utility of the measurement strategy is briefly described.
Schonfeld, Irvin Sam, "Assessing Stress in Teachers: Depressive Symptoms Scales and Neutral Self-Reports of the Work Environment" (1992). CUNY Academic Works.
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