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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Examples of social, cultural, and spiritual resources
  2. Experential knowledge
  3. Group context of generalized support
  4. Examples of life events
  5. Ambiant/chronic stressors
  1. a death of a family member, break-up of a relationship, failing a test, being fired from a job, being assaulted, being evicted, being arrested
  2. b friends and family; counselor or religious advisor; cultural traditions, beliefs, rituals, narratives; group/microsystems; specific programs; recreation center
  3. c relatively stable conditions of the physical and social environment, the circumstances of one's life; considered distal factors and create risk for exposure to proximal stressors; dont go easily or quickly
  4. d social integration, sense of community, breadth of support networks
  5. e is based on teh personal experiences of group members who have coped with the focal concern

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. role-related stressors; multiple role demands; role conflict; status-based stressors
  2. starting a new level of school, graduation, getting married, having a baby, retirement
  3. expressing in story form a description and explanaiton of the focal problem, and an explicit guide to recovery or to coping
  4. focal concern, peer relationships, reciprocity of helping, helper therapy principle, experential knowledge, generate community naratives
  5. losing keys, traffic jam, baby spitting up on work clothes in the morning, forgetting to bring homework to class

5 True/False questions

  1. Reciprocitythe extent to which the individual both receives support from others and provides it to others


  2. Prosocial copingstrategies that reflect positive interpersonal behavior; caring for others, building relationships, seeking support, considering others in decision-making


  3. Protective processes (or factors)are strenghts or resources associated with positive individual outcomes


  4. Social and policy advocacyavailability and utilization of interpersonal connections to manage stress; lots of research indicates that social support is strongly related to decreased physical and psychological illness and positive well-being


  5. Stress and adaptation frameworkinfluential theoretical framework in psychology that examines the role of life experience in adaptational outcomes; comprehensive ecological model that is consistent with a community psychology paradigm; stress is an ecological concept because it involves understanding people in their contexts


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