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A Study on the Relationship among Internship Stress, Social Support, Coping Behavior and Stress Reaction for Special Education Class Students in Technological Senior High Schools in Taipei and New Taipei Cities
This study mainly investigated the relationship between students’ internship stress and stress reaction, and further explored the moderation effects of the two factors, social support and coping behavior, within this relationship. A total of 211 third-grade special education class students in technological senior high schools in Taipei and New Taipei cities , were selected as the participants. The study found that the level of the internship stress, social support, coping behavior and psychological response of the stress reaction were remarkable. In addition, the internship stress possessed a significant impact on the stress reaction; social support and coping behavior significantly impacted on the stress reaction, which can effectively moderate the effects of two factors internship stress and stress reaction.and effectively adjust the impact of internship stress on stress reaction. Based on the findings, it is suggested that students’ tress level and reaction should be paid attention in schools, families, and workplaces during the internship. Also, teaching students to coping appropriately to stress, and providing enough support and assistance in order to alleviate anxiety and further get positive internship experiences are recommended.
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