Characteristics of Survey Participants (n = 524)a
↵a PGY = postgraduate year.
Results of Chi-square Analysis of Demographic Variables, by Residency Yeara
Results of PSS10 Scoring, Overall and by Residency Typea
↵a PSS10 = 10-item Perceived Stress Scale, PGY = postgraduate year.
Correlation of Selected Variables With PSS10 Scoresa
↵b Significant (p < 0.05) correlation by multiple linear regression controlling for age and weekly hours worked.
MAACL-R Subscale Scores, Overall and by Residency Yeara
↵a MAACL-R = Multiple Affect Adjective Checklist–Revised, PGY = postgraduate year.
↵b For comparison of PGY2 residents (n = 136) and PGY1 residents (n = 388).
Results of Linear Regression Modeling to Predict MAACL-R Subscale Scores From Perceived Stress Scores in Survey Sample (n = 524)a
Correlation of Scores for Perceived Stress With MAACL-R Subscale Scoresa
↵b Significant (2-tailed p < 0.001) correlation, as determined by Pearson product–moment correlation.
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