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The four principal types of stress are __________. A. frustration, conflict, pressure, and anxiety B. frustration, conflict, pressure, and change C. anger, anxiety, depression, and annoyance D. frustration, conflict, depression, and annoyance
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The four principal types of stress are: frustration, conflict, pressure, and change.
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