3 edition of Coping with research found in the catalog.
Coping with research
|LC Classifications||Q180.55.M4 C35 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||85670130|
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"A virtual `who's who' and `what's what' in coping research, this book provides a cutting-edge overview of the field of coping and its relation to personality and emotion. This is not a stale, dry presentation of where the field has been, but a forward-looking collection of papers on where the field is going."Cited by: "An indispensable part of a researcher's toolkit.
This book thoughtfully and comprehensively tackles all of the thorny issues encountered in a research project. From proposal to design and implementation to analysis, this book confidently walks readers through the process and the stakes of 'doing' research.
"- Zeena Feldman, City University, London. Successfully completing a research project is a major milestone in most university degrees, and it should be daunting – although not unassailable.
This book provides students Coping with research book the guidance necessary to start, undertake and present their research project in Cited by: Coping as Process In the late s a major new development in coping theory and research occurred in which the hierarchical view of coping, with its trait or style emphasis, was abandoned in favor of a contrasting approach, which treated coping as a process.
From a process perspective, coping Cited by: Find research-based resources, tips and ideas for families—from child development to reading, writing, music, math, and more.
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Collecting both award-winning research and new findings, this book may well set the agenda for research on stress and coping for the next century. These provocative and readable essays explore a variety of topics, including reality negotiation, confessing through writing, emotional intelligence, optimism, hope, mastery-oriented thinking, and more.
Coping The Psychology of What Works C. Snyder. Unlike previous works on coping, this book builds on the strengths of people--a method called "positive psychology"--rather than traditional methods which emphasize weakness and pathology. Contributors are experts and upcoming scholars in the field of coping research.
Coping styles have featured prominently in stress research, though early scales for assessing coping suffered from a range of psychometric shortcomings, especially the extraction of an unwarranted number of factors—the Coping Orientations to Problems Experienced (COPE) questionnaire, 18 for example, claimed 14 discrete dimensions, several defined by fewer than five items each.
Stress has been defined traditionally either as a stimulus, often referred to as a stressor, that happens to the person such as a laboratory shock or loss of a job, or as a response characterized by physiological arousal and negative affect, especially anxiety.
In his book, Psychological Stress and the Coping Process (Lazarus, ), Richard Lazarus defined stress as a relationship. Research has found that maintaining good health has a positive influence on reducing and coping with stress. Small amounts of stress may be desirable, beneficial, and even healthy: positive stress plays a role in motivation, adaptation, and reaction to the environment.
Psychologists’ research offers ways to help families, caregivers and children cope during the pandemic. Anxiety and Depression Association of America. How to Talk to Your Anxious Child or Teen About Coronavirus This resources provides guidance on how to talk to a child or teen about the coronavirus if they may be feeling anxious or stressed.
This book contains the papers given at a workshop organised by the Home Office (England and Wales) on the subject of residential burglary. This is a topic of much public concern, and I welcome the Home Office initiative in mounting the workshop.
The contributors were all researchers and crim. Unhealthy coping can fall into any of the categories or groups noted above, although unhealthy coping tends to fall into the avoidant category and the attack, avoidance, defense, or self-harm groups.
In general, unhealthy coping will actually create stress or anxiety and. Coping with Change Introduction Format of Book The Coping with Change Workbook contains assessments and guided self-exploration activities that can be used with a variety of populations to help participants cope more effectively with the various forms of anxiety.
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For a book based on psychological research, there are some curious citations. For example, the claim that jogging and cycling can “delay ageing by up to 12 years” is sourced to the Daily Mail. On occasion, Milne also cites USA Today, The Week and The Times. In contrast, some claims (a quarter of retirees will have a “stressful complicated transition”) have no citation at all.During this stage, your focus will likely start to shift away from what you've lost and toward what's new.
This process may be slow, and you might be reluctant to acknowledge it, but it's an essential part of coping with change. The key here is to make a commitment to move on.
Start to explore more deeply what the change means.research, theory, and applica tions, Families & Change: Coping With Stressful Events and Transi tions, Fifth Edition offers students an in-depth understanding of family change.
Each chapter of this.