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The structure and stability of coping with low-control stressors / Buško, Vesna ; Kulenović, Alija.

By: Buško, Vesna.
Contributor(s): Kulenović, Alija [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 75-83 str.Other title: The structure and stability of coping with low-control stressors [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.06 | coping, low-control stressors, stability hrv | coping, low-control stressors, stability eng In: Review of psychology 10 (2003), 2 ; str. 75-83Summary: The study examines the latent structure of coping responses within typically low-control situational context. Self-report measures of the sources of stress and 11 situation-specific coping strategies were taken in a sample of recruits attending military basic training. Data gathering procedures were done at the very beginning (N=445), and by the end (N=421) of the basic training. Support was found via confirmatory factor analyses for a three-factor model of coping that included the dimensions of problem solving strategies, emotion-focused strategies, and the strategies aimed at acceptance of situation. Correlations between the scores on the corresponding latent coping dimensions point to a moderately high stability of coping over the five-week period, ranging from .67 for the acceptance of situation to .75 for the problem solving factor.
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The study examines the latent structure of coping responses within typically low-control situational context. Self-report measures of the sources of stress and 11 situation-specific coping strategies were taken in a sample of recruits attending military basic training. Data gathering procedures were done at the very beginning (N=445), and by the end (N=421) of the basic training. Support was found via confirmatory factor analyses for a three-factor model of coping that included the dimensions of problem solving strategies, emotion-focused strategies, and the strategies aimed at acceptance of situation. Correlations between the scores on the corresponding latent coping dimensions point to a moderately high stability of coping over the five-week period, ranging from .67 for the acceptance of situation to .75 for the problem solving factor.

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