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5 Matching questions

  1. Stressors
  2. Examples of personal/social-emotional resources
  3. Religious reappraisal
  4. Spirituality and coping
  5. Distal factors
  1. a social skills, empathy, time-management skills, problem-solving skills, optimism, self-esteem
  2. b are predisposing processes, which directly and indirectly shape stressors, resources, coping processes, and outcomes; they are distal in relation to stress reactions and coping
  3. c stimuli that influence various outcome states; life experiences and conditions of life; person-environment transactions reflecting external demands or circumstances; tax or exceed existing personal and social resources; vary in duration, severity, quantity, personal meaning, and point of impact; threaten or result in harm or loss
  4. d kenneth pargament; spiritual coping can help make sense of the "incomprehensible, unfathomable, uncontrollable"; religious and spiritual beliefs can also lead to negative outcomes
  5. e suffering brings a person closer to god or builds strenghts

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. starting a new level of school, graduation, getting married, having a baby, retirement
  2. (perceived support) ongoing sense of being cared for, belongingness, and acceptence; perceived support; group context and personal context
  3. 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
  4. strategies that address the stressor directly; active, goal-oriented strategies; most effective when the stressor is controllable
  5. are strenghts or resources associated with positive individual outcomes

5 True/False questions

  1. Research on spiritual-religious copingself-help groups, mutual support groups, online mutual help groups

          

  2. Coping responsesstrategies to deal with the impact of the stressor in one's life

          

  3. Wellnesslife satisfaction, self-esteem, happiness, achievement

          

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

          

  5. Examples of emotion-focused copingexpression emotions, venting; exercise; escae and distraction; meditation and prayer; food, drugs, alcohol; denial