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5 Matching questions

  1. Research on spiritual-religious coping
  2. Experential knowledge
  3. Specific spiritual coping methods
  4. Group context of generalized support
  5. Issues in social support
  1. a relationships can be supportive and stressful; multidimensional vs unidimensional; reciprocity; density
  2. b 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
  3. c utilized more intensely in uncontrollable situations; often related to positive health and psychological outcomes; women, low income, elderly, widowed, adn african americans feel it is mroe useful than other groups (may be related to less access to secular sources of power and resources); negative effects include self-blame and being shunned from one's religious community
  4. d social integration, sense of community, breadth of support networks
  5. e is based on teh personal experiences of group members who have coped with the focal concern

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. seeking information, increased effort, conflict resolution, utilizing resources
  2. aspects of teh physical environment or tangible factors that can be purchased or provided by others
  3. concrete assistance, material resources
  4. (perceived support) ongoing sense of being cared for, belongingness, and acceptence; perceived support; group context and personal context
  5. planning, analying, decision-making

5 True/False questions

  1. Ambiant/chronic stressorsrole-related stressors; multiple role demands; role conflict; status-based stressors

          

  2. Vicious spiralsan interlocking and cascading pattern of multiple stressors where each subsequent stressor emerges from a previous stressor

          

  3. Empowermentincreased access to and utilization of values resources

          

  4. Proximal processesare more immediately related to stress and coping; include precipitating stressors such as bereavement or a natural disaster and resources activated for coping

          

  5. Virtuous spiralsan interlocking and cascading pattern of multiple stressors where each subsequent stressor emerges from a previous stressor