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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Example of interrelationship of stressors
  2. Basic conceptual framework with stress
  3. Distal factors
  4. Examples of personal/social-emotional resources
  5. Interpersonal dimension of coping
  1. a social skills, empathy, time-management skills, problem-solving skills, optimism, self-esteem
  2. b are predisposing processes, which directly and indirectly shape stressors, resources, coping processes, and outcomes; they are distal in relation to stress reactions and coping
  3. c 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)
  4. d certain life events are more likely when particular chronic stressors are presenty
  5. e prosocial and antisocial coping

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. aspects of teh physical environment or tangible factors that can be purchased or provided by others
  2. improvemtn in teh well-being of large numbers of persons involves advocacy for community or social change, or for changes in specific policies of macrosystems, localities, and organizations
  3. persons, processes, and settings that provide emotional support, role modelling, guidance, community connections, status, power, or systems of meaning for interpreting stressors
  4. the extent to which the individual both receives support from others and provides it to others
  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. Antisocial copingsociopolitical environment; social networks


  2. Issues in 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. Personal context of generalized supportfamily, friends, fictive kin, natural helpers/mentors, role-based relationships, professional helpers, neighbors, members of communities or identity groups


  4. Daily hasslesshort-term, small scale incidents that require adjustment; often emerge from life events, life transitions, or chronic stressors


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


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