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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Individual coping strategies
  2. Positive coping outcomes
  3. Reciprocity
  4. Specific spiritual coping methods
  5. Individual factors
  1. a genetic vulnerability, temperament, cognitive abilities, physiological factors, gender, race/ethnicity, personality traits, prior life experiences, ongoing inidividual conditions
  2. b wellness, resilience, thriving, social embeddedness, empowerement
  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 effect of the stressor on oneself and one's life; aimed at reducing personal harm and distress
  5. e the extent to which the individual both receives support from others and provides it to others

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. social skills, empathy, time-management skills, problem-solving skills, optimism, self-esteem
  3. (perceived support) ongoing sense of being cared for, belongingness, and acceptence; perceived support; group context and personal context
  4. role-related stressors; multiple role demands; role conflict; status-based stressors
  5. are predisposing processes, which directly and indirectly shape stressors, resources, coping processes, and outcomes; they are distal in relation to stress reactions and coping

5 True/False questions

  1. Community coalitionsthis approach involves bringing together representatives from a local community to address issues

          

  2. The role of context in the stress processsocial context, cultural context, environmental context

          

  3. Specific supportconcrete assistance, material resources

          

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

          

  5. Social contextstrategies that reflect positive interpersonal behavior; caring for others, building relationships, seeking support, considering others in decision-making

          

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