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5 Matching questions

  1. Life events
  2. Tangible support
  3. Individual factors
  4. Virtuous spirals
  5. Resilience
  1. a genetic vulnerability, temperament, cognitive abilities, physiological factors, gender, race/ethnicity, personality traits, prior life experiences, ongoing inidividual conditions
  2. b discrete, generally time-limited incidents with a beginning and an end
  3. c 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. d maintaining or returning to prior level of health and functioning
  5. e concrete assistance, material resources

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. resources/protective factors (material, social, and personal factors that promote health and can buffer the impact of stress exposure on well-being; associated with positive adaptational outcomes); resources are interrelated; resources are often determined by contextual, cultural, and sociopolitical factors; resources can simultaneously be a source of stress
  2. 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
  3. strategies that address the emotions that accompany the stressor, not the stressor itself
  4. are correlated with problematic individual outcomes such as personal distress, mental disorders, or behavior problems
  5. strategies that reflect positive interpersonal behavior; caring for others, building relationships, seeking support, considering others in decision-making

5 True/False questions

  1. Spirituality and copingkenneth pargament; spiritual coping can help make sense of the "incomprehensible, unfathomable, uncontrollable"; religious and spiritual beliefs can also lead to negative outcomes

          

  2. Generalized support(perceived support) ongoing sense of being cared for, belongingness, and acceptence; perceived support; group context and personal context

          

  3. 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

          

  4. Social and policy advocacyimprovemtn 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. Personal context of generalized supportemotional support within the context of close relationships; depth of support networks