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5 Matching questions

  1. Protective processes (or factors)
  2. Basic conceptual framework with stress
  3. Exapmles of meaning-focused coping
  4. Role conflict
  5. Alternative settings
  1. a at times, the limitations of an agency, clinic, or other setting may be so great that citizens or professionals form an alternative setting to serve clients in a different way
  2. b are strenghts or resources associated with positive individual outcomes
  3. c connecting suffering to one's faith being tested, seeing failure as feedback
  4. d stressors emerging from conflicts in time, commitments, expectations in different roles
  5. e 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 Multiple choice questions

  1. family, friends, fictive kin, natural helpers/mentors, role-based relationships, professional helpers, neighbors, members of communities or identity groups
  2. persons, processes, and settings that provide emotional support, role modelling, guidance, community connections, status, power, or systems of meaning for interpreting stressors
  3. life satisfaction, self-esteem, happiness, achievement
  4. money, food, transportation
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. Social supportor enacted support; encouragement, tangible support, informational support, companionship support


  2. Helper therapy principleis based on teh personal experiences of group members who have coped with the focal concern


  3. Life eventsdiscrete, generally time-limited incidents with a beginning and an end


  4. Companionship supportparticipation in joint activities, spending time together


  5. Interpersonal dimension of copingprosocial and antisocial coping