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The Effects of Character on the Perceived Stressfulness of Life Events and Subjective Well-Being of Undergraduate Business Students

  • Jul 20, 2021
The Effects of Character on the Perceived Stressfulness of Life Events and Subjective Well-Being of Undergraduate Business Students

 

Ivey’s Organizational Behaviour Professors Gerard Seijts, Lucas Monzani, Hayden Woodley and OB postdoc Gouri Mohan, research the value of character to address personal, social, and environmental challenges encountered by students. They encounter that character has a positive and direct effect on student’s well-being and stress coping. Read more below.

Seijts, G.H., Monzani, L., Woodley, H.J.R., Mohan, G. (Postdoc), 2021, The Effects of Character on the Perceived Stressfulness of Life Events and Subjective Well-Being of Undergraduate Business StudentsJournal of Management Education.