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5 Matching questions

  1. Stressors
  2. Specific spiritual coping methods
  3. Individual factors
  4. Virtuous spirals
  5. Reciprocity
  1. a genetic vulnerability, temperament, cognitive abilities, physiological factors, gender, race/ethnicity, personality traits, prior life experiences, ongoing inidividual conditions
  2. b 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
  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 the extent to which the individual both receives support from others and provides it to others
  5. e 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a growth process that takes peaple beyond prior level of functioning and wellness
  2. social and policy advocacy, organizational consultation, alternative settings, community coalitions, crisis intervention, collaboration with community resources, case management
  3. an interlocking and cascading pattern of multiple stressors where each subsequent stressor emerges from a previous stressor
  4. the extent of relationships between the persons in your network other than you
  5. expression emotions, venting; exercise; escae and distraction; meditation and prayer; food, drugs, alcohol; denial

5 True/False questions

  1. Role-related stressorsstressors that emerge from the roles we occupy in life (eg parent, student, CEO)


  2. Social 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


  3. Proximal processesstrategies that reflect positive interpersonal behavior; caring for others, building relationships, seeking support, considering others in decision-making


  4. Specific supportconcrete assistance, material resources


  5. Cultural contextspecific settings (work, home, neighborhood)