A demographical questionnaire prepared by the authors for this study, the CISS, COPE
inventory, Positive and Negative Affect Schedule, and the Satisfaction with Life Scale were administered to the participants.
The Lazarus Transactional Model of Stress and Coping was used as a guide to understand nurses' ability to cope
with dilemmas through cognitive appraisal and coping processes (Lazarus & Folkman, 1984).
Table 1 also shows the alpha reliability of Brief Cope
Scale and its subscales.
Day continued his good form in the second frame but then missed a simple pink and, after missing a more difficult chance, Cope
moved two frames clear.
could cause plenty of problems for Higgins, who can be vulnerable against a top young talent, and the selection would have a definite chance of upsetting the Grand Prix champion should they meet.
Accordingly, it would seem necessary that individuals learn various coping strategies and be able to effectively identify resources in order to successfully cope
with diverse challenges (Hood & Carruthers, 2002).
They completed the Brief COPE
questionnaire (4) and the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS).
How efficacious, caring Samaritans cope
with unexpected rejection.
1991) found that wives' use of optimism as a way to cope
was negatively related to their husbands' distress.
Black women, less studied than white women, might cope
more effectively because of greater support from kin and fictive kin (Haley et al.
North Sefton magistrates found Cope
guilty of 10 offences.
In an attempt to cope
with this rapidly growing need, Bar-beau says the school is pursuing the creation of an additional $130,000 machining lab.
Participants responded to a subset of items from the Brief COPE
(Carver, 1997), which contains 14 tactics (active coping, planning, positive reframing, acceptance, humor, religion, using emotional support, using instrumental support, self-distraction, denial, venting, substance use, behavioral disengagement, and self-blame), with two items per scale.
Nolen-Hoeksema (1994) has suggested that one factor contributing to adolescent girls' increased vulnerability to depression is how they cope