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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Social embeddedness
  2. Material resources
  3. Resources/mediators
  4. Examples of personal/social-emotional resources
  5. Examples of social, cultural, and spiritual resources
  1. a friends and family; counselor or religious advisor; cultural traditions, beliefs, rituals, narratives; group/microsystems; specific programs; recreation center
  2. b social skills, empathy, time-management skills, problem-solving skills, optimism, self-esteem
  3. c closer ties to family, friends, groups, communities
  4. d aspects of teh physical environment or tangible factors that can be purchased or provided by others
  5. e 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. are correlated with problematic individual outcomes such as personal distress, mental disorders, or behavior problems
  2. death of a family member, break-up of a relationship, failing a test, being fired from a job, being assaulted, being evicted, being arrested
  3. immediately 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
  4. strategies that reflect positive interpersonal behavior; caring for others, building relationships, seeking support, considering others in decision-making
  5. are strenghts or resources associated with positive individual outcomes

5 True/False questions

  1. Companionship supportparticipation in joint activities, spending time together

          

  2. Positive coping outcomesstrategies 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

          

  3. Sources of supportavailability 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

          

  4. Example of interrelationship of stressorspredictable - unpredictable; controllable - uncontrollable; desirable - undesirable; chosen - imposed

          

  5. Status-based stressorsstressors that emerge from the status groups we belong to (SES, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity); can be related to isms