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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 3224-3230

Academic Stress in University Students: Systematic Review

Felicita Serveleon Quincho, Darién Barramedo Rodríguez Galán, Johnny Félix Farfán Pimentel, Huayta Franco Yolanda Josefina, Raúl Delgado Arenas, Rommel Lizandro Crispín, Enaidy Reynosa Navarro.


The objective of this review was to know how academic stress develops in university students, through a systematic review of the different studies carried out on the subject. For this, a search was carried out in important scientific databases such as Scopus, ProQuest, EBSCO, Google Scholar, among others; using the most important keywords of our problem; This in order to find the foundations raised and the theories given by various authors found between the years 2018 to 2020. Selection criteria will be applied to those works that do not meet the proposed characteristics, through a rigorous process specified through a search process flow PRISMA model, where 21 of 207 articles obtained from the aforementioned databases were chosen. The conclusions are that excessive academic load is one of the biggest stressors in university students, so it is extremely important to develop actions to prevent academic stress.

Key words: Academic Stress; University Students; Excessive Academic Load.

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