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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Types of stressors
  2. Protective processes (or factors)
  3. Personal context of generalized support
  4. Personal/social-economic resources
  5. Two major forms of social support
  1. a ambient/chronic stressors (distal), life events, life transitions, daily hassles, disasters
  2. b are strenghts or resources associated with positive individual outcomes
  3. c individual skills, competencies, characteristics and belief that promote adaptive coping
  4. d emotional support within the context of close relationships; depth of support networks
  5. e generalized support, specific support

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. strategies that attempt to find meaning in teh stressor through reappraisal; often leads to growh or learning important lessons; can be based on spiritual beliefs or on a person's philosophy of living
  2. connecting suffering to one's faith being tested, seeing failure as feedback
  3. problem-focused/emotion-focused; individual/collective; prosocial/antisocial
  4. strategies that reflect positive interpersonal behavior; caring for others, building relationships, seeking support, considering others in decision-making
  5. improvemtn in teh well-being of large numbers of persons involves advocacy for community or social change, or for changes in specific policies of macrosystems, localities, and organizations

5 True/False questions

  1. Alternative settingsat times, the limitations of an agency, clinic, or other setting may be so great that citizens or professionals form an alternative setting to serve clients in a different way


  2. Multidimensionalityrelationships in which the two persons involved do a number of things togehter and share a number of role relationships


  3. Proximal processessociopolitical environment; social networks


  4. Helper therapy principleproviding aid to others promotes one's own well-being


  5. Status-based stressorsstressors that emerge from the status groups we belong to (SES, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity); can be related to isms


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