Data underlying the study on the correlation between undergraduate student mental health and work-life balance.

doi: 10.4121/64355973-3ce2-4e97-aee5-9ddf78a85444.v1
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doi: 10.4121/64355973-3ce2-4e97-aee5-9ddf78a85444
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Gurule, Michael (2024): Data underlying the study on the correlation between undergraduate student mental health and work-life balance. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/64355973-3ce2-4e97-aee5-9ddf78a85444.v1
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Dataset

This dataset relates to a study looking at the correlation between undergraduate student mental health and work-life balance. It was found that work-life balance is a strong predictor of student anxiety and depression. It was also found that students that work longer hours have higher instances of anxiety. This was a primary research study replicating previously performed research. Data were collected using Qualtrix, an online survey platform. Participants were recruited via in-class announcements, university sponsored emails, and social media posts. Data includes demographics on participants, descriptive statistics, as well as correlation data.

history
  • 2024-07-05 first online, published, posted
publisher
4TU.ResearchData
format
pdf
organizations
Walla Walla University, School of Education and Psychology

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