Comparison Of Changes In The Situational Anxiety Level Due To The Effect Of Emotional Stress Of The Exam Process In 21-Year-Old Students With Different Temperament Types


  • Rustamova T. V.



One of the main causes of psychophysiological stress in students is exam stress, which often leads to neuropsychological disorders as the final result. The main goal of the present study was to reveal the age characteristics of the changes in the psychophysiological-excitement level caused by the emotional stress due to the examination process in students. Psychophysiological studies of different states of anxiety were conducted 2 months before the exam, 30 minutes before the exam and 30 minutes after the exam with 36 male students of 21 years of age having different typological features of the nervous system at Ganja State University. Practical health and voluntary engagement of the participants in researches were taken as important conditions. The situational anxiety level increased after the exam at all 21-year-old students having different temperament types compared to normal school days and it was 4.6% in choleric students, 26.9% in sanguine students and 35.9% in melancholic students and the overall total indicator was 20.9% . The analysis of the numerical average of the situational anxiety level on normal days with the level after the exam shows that situational anxiety was higher in young people after the exam. Thus, though that the situational anxiety level in 21-year-old students of four temperament types changed dramatically before and after the exam compared to normal school days, the difference between groups and between temperament types was not statistically reliable and correct in some cases.






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