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Marginally significant interactions were found between the PSS and EXTRA in relation to both TI and PPS; significant interactions were also found with respect to EXTRA and the PES in relation to physical symptomatology. Because this research was part exploratory, these marginally significant interactions were also graphed (see below). In addition, statistically significant and consistent interactions were found between the PES and the PSS. To interpret the nature of these interactions, the procedure advocated by Cohen, Cohen, West, and Aitken (2003) was used.
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Perceived Energy Scale (PES: Schafer & McKenna, 1991). As in Schafer and McKenna, participants were asked the following question: Please rate your energy level at this present moment. Participants then rated their state energy level using a 1 = Very low energy level to 10 = Very high energy level scale. 64. 3. Daily Hassles Inventory-85 (DHS85: see Delongis, Folkman, & Lazarus, 1988). , Fellow workers) was a hassle during the past month. Several items were added to make the scale more relevant to a student population.