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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Protective processes (or factors)
  2. Collaboration with community resources
  3. Basic conceptual framework with stress
  4. Sources of support
  5. Multiple role demands
  1. a simultaneous stressors emerging from having multiple roles; cumulative in nature
  2. b are strenghts or resources associated with positive individual outcomes
  3. c family, friends, fictive kin, natural helpers/mentors, role-based relationships, professional helpers, neighbors, members of communities or identity groups
  4. d community resources are outside treatment systems; these inclusde mutual help groups, consumer advocates, women's services, spiritual and religious settings, indigenous healers and elders, and holistic health practitioners
  5. e distal personal and contextual factors >>> proximal stressors and stress reactions >>> internal and external resources (i.e. coping and social support) >>> adaptational outcomes (physical, psychological, functional)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. feeling a strong relationship with a loving and trustworthy God; specific activities such as prayer, reading spiritual texts, listening to spiritual music; seeking and receiving support from members of one's spiritual community; religious reappraisal
  2. discrete, generally time-limited incidents with a beginning and an end
  3. strategies that reflect positive interpersonal behavior; caring for others, building relationships, seeking support, considering others in decision-making
  4. the extent to which the individual both receives support from others and provides it to others
  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 settingsdiscrete, generally time-limited incidents with a beginning and an end

          

  2. Two major forms of social supportrelationships can be supportive and stressful; multidimensional vs unidimensional; reciprocity; density

          

  3. Social embeddednesssociopolitical environment; social networks

          

  4. Key features of mutual help groupsfocal concern, peer relationships, reciprocity of helping, helper therapy principle, experential knowledge, generate community naratives

          

  5. Examples of social, cultural, and spiritual resourcespersons, processes, and settings that provide emotional support, role modelling, guidance, community connections, status, power, or systems of meaning for interpreting stressors

          

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