coping style

coping style

the cognitive, affective, or behavioral responses of a person to problematic or traumatic life events.
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Participants completed the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, the Simplified Coping Style Questionnaire, and the UCLA Loneliness Scale.
12981/full) open-access paper , titled "Testing the stability of behavioural coping style across stress contexts in the Trinidadian guppy," appeared in the journal Functional Ecology.
5% of participants (n=7) exhibiting problem-focused coping style were determined found to carry the LL allele, while 90% (n=9) who exhibited emotion-focused coping styles were the SS-LS allele carriers (p=0.
Spiritual discontent religious coping is a negative religious coping style that involves beliefs about being abandoned and ignored by God or a higher power during times of stress.
Although each person has a different coping style, self-disclosure, or sharing one's own experience, can be helpful to the mourner in opening up or processing their own grief.
By contrast, adolescents of poor well-being show a non-productive coping style.
Coping style is the cognitive, affective, or behavioral responses of a person to problematic or traumatic life events.
In the present study parents struggling with stress preferred tasks-oriented coping style (SSP).
One article provided information about their Tinnitus Coping Style Questionnaire based on a sample of 116 individuals with tinnitus [41].
Families may not consider how each family member's individual coping style meshes with the coping styles of other family members.
Coping style is a disposition that characterizes an individual's tendency to respond in a predictable manner when confronted as a function with selected personal and situational conditions (e.
This study contributes to the literature by examining the impact of longitudinal justice perceptions on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB), a critical component in healthy organizational functioning (Podsakoff, Mackenzie, Paine, and Bachrach 2000), and investigating the impact of individual coping style to ascertain if individual coping style ameliorates the fairness effect which proposes that fair procedures tend to override negative reactions to unfavorable decision outcomes (Folger, Rosenfield, Grove, and Corkran 1979; Lind 2001).