3rd Place Poster in Psychology (Undergraduate)



Creator
Name
Julia Cole
Major
Psychology
Major Status
Undergraduate

Project Details
Poster Title
To Work or Not to Work: Perceived Stress in Working vs. Stay-at-Home Mothers
Abstract
There is debate over stress levels between stay-at-home and working mothers. Our study measured perceived stress in both working and stay-at-home mothers and found no significant difference (p = .838). This demonstrates mothers should make personal decisions regarding employment, as stress appears to vary by individual not by employment status.
Mentors
Wendy Birmingham
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Co-Investigators
Anna Jorgensen
Jason M. Hoskin
Leini Jenkins
Spencer Jamison

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