Document Type : Review Article
Institute of Environmental Studies and Research, Ain Shams University
Institute of Post Graduate Childhood Studies, Ain Shams University
Faculty of Arts, Damietta University
The term psychological stress refers to incompatibility with the environment and self-image, and try to reduce incompatibility to avoid emotional tension accompanying the maintain a sense of self and refer to internal or external changes that will lead to a severe, ongoing and more effective response of adolescence Age stages undergoing psychological, emotional and mental changes so this change leads to psychological stress.
The present study aims to reveal the relationship between the psychological pressure of female students and their relationship to certain environmental and social variables. The researcher has identification of a single (300) secondary female student sample, in the age of 14 - 18 years. The researcher used the (descriptive) curriculum, and applied the following measures: (Measure of psychological pressure), (measure of environmental variables), (Social variables measure) and (Preliminary data form) on students in (government schools) and (private schools).
The study has produced some results, among the most important of which is a correlation between pressures Psychological and social variables among secondary students. There is a correlation function between psychological pressures and environmental variables among secondary students. The study has made a series of recommendations, the most important of which is to reduce the psychological stress experienced by female students in terms of developing Curricula and the provision of appropriate material possibilities, taking into account the individual differences among students in the classroom with the need to manage the grade well and understand the needs and desires of female students. The school should work to balance the number of teachers, the size of the school, the number of departments, and the number of female students so that there is no pressure to effect the process of education in accordance with its objectives.