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Longitudinal Analyses of Stress and Performance among Marine Corps Drill Instructors.
WASHINGTON UNIV SEATTLE DEPT OF PSYCHOLOGY
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Drill instructors were studied with regard to stress from the time of their training in Drill Instructor School to three months after and then one year after graduation - significant changes over time in coronary-prone behavior, blood pressure, and heart rate were obtained. The DIs self-perceived stress was inversely related to their job performance and directly related to their anger levels. Author
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