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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Individual factors
  2. Antisocial coping
  3. Interventions that promote coping
  4. Basic conceptual framework with stress
  5. Types of stressors
  1. a 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)
  2. b genetic vulnerability, temperament, cognitive abilities, physiological factors, gender, race/ethnicity, personality traits, prior life experiences, ongoing inidividual conditions
  3. c ambient/chronic stressors (distal), life events, life transitions, daily hassles, disasters
  4. d strategies that reflect negative interpersonal behavior; impulsive behaviors, aggressive acts, disregard the consequences for others
  5. e social and policy advocacy, organizational consultation, alternative settings, community coalitions, crisis intervention, collaboration with community resources, case management

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. persons, processes, and settings that provide emotional support, role modelling, guidance, community connections, status, power, or systems of meaning for interpreting stressors
  2. social context, cultural context, environmental context
  3. these seek to reduce the incidence of personal problems in living, mental disorders, adn illness, or to promote health, personal development or academic achievement
  4. strategies that focus on the larger and future implications of the stressor; actions to eliminate the stressor or the conditions that caused it so that others don't experience it
  5. specific settings (work, home, neighborhood)

5 True/False questions

  1. Crisis interventionimmediately after the traumatic events focus on providing emotional support, practical assistance, information about coping, and encouraging later use of one's own sources of support and treatment if needed

          

  2. Contextual factorsethnocultural traditions, beliefs, practices; larger societal culture

          

  3. Examples of personal/social-emotional resourcesliving in a high-crime neighborhood; being a single mother; toxic pollution; physical condition of home, school, workplace; homelessness

          

  4. Resources/mediatorsfamily, friends, fictive kin, natural helpers/mentors, role-based relationships, professional helpers, neighbors, members of communities or identity groups

          

  5. Specific supportor enacted support; encouragement, tangible support, informational support, companionship support

          

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