coping style

coping style

the cognitive, affective, or behavioral responses of a person to problematic or traumatic life events.
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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.
01) after accounting for demographic information, coping style, and total perceived social support (see Table 3).
Borderline Personality Disorder is a maladaptive coping style that has up to an 87% success treatment rate using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
An ancillary aim of this study was to investigate how variables like that of coping style and school connectedness impact on these health risk outcomes.
These people are said to have an optimistic coping style.
Each coping style subscale was derived by summing the respective scale item scores and then dividing by the number of items.
Previous research in rodents suggested that both prenatal stress exposure and passive stress coping style might predispose offspring to develop type 2 diabetes later in life.
Boersma added that these data may lead to the identification of at-risk offspring by looking at their stress coping style and prenatal environment, and then tailoring a prevention strategy accordingly.
This spiritual coping strategy also partly mediated the link between stress and bulimic symptoms; the link was partly explained by a coping style that involved beliefs about punishment by God/Higher Power.
Shopping was found to be one of the most stressful activities for visually impaired consumers (Matsunaka, Inoue, and Miyaka 2002) and the perceived stress level was dependent on the coping style applied by the individual.
Self-esteem has a profound relationship with coping style, and some coping patterns lead to a low level of self-esteem (Meijer, Sinnema, Bijstra, Mellenbergh, & Wolters, 2002; Vigil & Geary, 2008).