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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Examples of emotion-focused coping
  2. Issues in social support
  3. Ambiant/chronic stressors
  4. Social embeddedness
  5. Examples of personal/social-emotional resources
  1. a closer ties to family, friends, groups, communities
  2. b expression emotions, venting; exercise; escae and distraction; meditation and prayer; food, drugs, alcohol; denial
  3. c social skills, empathy, time-management skills, problem-solving skills, optimism, self-esteem
  4. d 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
  5. e relationships can be supportive and stressful; multidimensional vs unidimensional; reciprocity; density

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. genetic vulnerability, temperament, cognitive abilities, physiological factors, gender, race/ethnicity, personality traits, prior life experiences, ongoing inidividual conditions
  2. motivation, task-focused reassurance
  3. adaptive coping may initiate this, in which resources are increased, successes build on each other, adn the stressor is transformed into a catalyst from growth
  4. concrete assistance, material resources
  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. Protective processes (or factors)are strenghts or resources associated with positive individual outcomes

          

  2. Context and the stress processsocial context, cultural context, environmental context

          

  3. Proximal processesstrategies to deal with the impact of the stressor in one's life

          

  4. Status-based stressorsambient/chronic stressors (distal), life events, life transitions, daily hassles, disasters

          

  5. Stress and adaptation frameworkimprovemtn 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

          

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