The psychological factors in dating
University students are prone to stress due to the transitional nature of university life (Wright, 1967).
They must adjust to being away from home, perhaps for the first time, and maintain a balance between high level of academic success and a new social environment.
These daily stressors do not cause anxiety by themselves.
Research conducted by Kerssen-Griep, Hess, and Tree.Environment comprises factors that play a role in academic performance. All factors have a direct or indirect relationship with students' performance.The daily routine of university life brings new sleeping and eating habits, increased workload, and new responsibilities.However, Zimmer and Ginerbec (2001) find dating has a positive effect on the emotional health of adolescents. al., (2001) study dating status, academic performance, and motivation in high schools in the US state of California, showing that students who dated more frequently had a lower academic performance.The study supported a significant relationship between dating status and academic achievement, which can cause serious problems among university students (Prisbell,1986).