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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Examples of material resources
  2. Life events
  3. The role of context in the stress process
  4. Collective coping strategies
  5. Specific spiritual coping methods
  1. a social context, cultural context, environmental context
  2. b money, food, transportation
  3. c 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. d strategies 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
  5. e discrete, generally time-limited incidents with a beginning and an end

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. self-help groups, mutual support groups, online mutual help groups
  2. connecting suffering to one's faith being tested, seeing failure as feedback
  3. strategies that attempt to find meaning in teh stressor through reappraisal; often leads to growh or learning important lessons; can be based on spiritual beliefs or on a person's philosophy of living
  4. distal personal and contextual factors >>> proximal stressors and stress reactions >>> internal and external resources (i.e. coping and social support) >>> adaptational outcomes (physical, psychological, functional)
  5. genetic vulnerability, temperament, cognitive abilities, physiological factors, gender, race/ethnicity, personality traits, prior life experiences, ongoing inidividual conditions

5 True/False questions

  1. Organizational consultationcommunity and organization psychologiests consult with these settings, seeking to: change organizational polices; alter organizational roles, decision making, or communication; or deal with issues such as work-family relationships, human diversity and intergroup conflict


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


  3. Role-related stressorsambient/chronic stressors (distal), life events, life transitions, daily hassles, disasters


  4. Disasterslarge-scale events that effect entire communities, regions, or nations; can have effect on physical and mental health, family functioning, social dynamics, shelter and safety, etc..examples: 9/11, hurricane katrina, war in iraq


  5. Reciprocitymaintaining or returning to prior level of health and functioning