A new study determines which groups of individuals in the country are most likely to be affected by anger.
U.S. (WiredPRNews.com) – A recent study proposes that certain groups of individuals are more likely to be affected by anger than others. As reported by LiveScience.com, those determined to be in groups that experience feelings of anger the most include young people, individuals with children living in the home, and people who are less educated, according to a study by Scott Schieman with the University of Toronto.
As noted in the report, core stressors identified to impact individuals under the age of 30, that are linked to the development of angry feelings include time pressures, workplace conflict, and economic stressors.
More information about the findings will reportedly be made available in the January 2010 release of the International Handbook of Anger.
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