By lacking integration between emotions, values, and beliefs, a person may feel unsettled and, thus, may be more prone to using more maladaptive methods to cope (Pargament, Zinnbauer, et al.
You want to measure coping but your protocol's too long: Consider the Brief COPE.
Validity and reliability of the Brief COPE in carers of people with dementia.
Cope was treated overnight Saturday at a local hospital and was diagnosed with a slight concussion, according to his father.
Right now I'm looking into this,'' said Dave Cope, who was not at the game.
Researchers are in uniform agreement that the ability to cope effectively with stress is a significant factor in determining good health, well-being, and sport performance (Gauron, 1986; Smith, 1986).
For example, an athlete may cope with unpleasant comments from others by placing themselves at a distant physical proximity from the person or, conversely, by performing more aggressively.
This study investigated how Chinese college students cope
with the stress arising from job hunting.
manufacturers of the COPES
family of software solutions for the convenience store industry.
By analyzing reams of medical-test data from several scientists' studies of the Tibetan and Andean highlanders, Beall has found similarities and differences between the two native groups in how they cope with low oxygen.
The bodies of highlanders may have evolved this strategy to cope with oxygen-thin air, she suggests.
Under the terms of the agreement, E Team and COPE Solutions will conduct joint marketing and sales of emergency management software solutions and consulting services throughout Canada.
These disasters represent a critical need for the crisis management solutions offered by E Team and COPE in the Canadian marketplace," said Lewis H.