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Advances in psychology research.Volume 70 by Columbus, Frank H.

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Health Outcome C Sex Age PSS As Figures 1 through 5 indicate, the nature of the interactions are in accord with the predictions (predicted scores are also given). Generally, under high levels of appraised stress, extraverts, relative to introverts (low scores on EXTRA measure), tended to experience more illnesses, symptoms, as well as greater levels of positive mood. The PSS by PES interaction also indicates that under high stress levels, those with higher levels of perceived energy tended to experience fewer physical symptoms.

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