5 edition of Coping and adaptation found in the catalog.
Coping and adaptation
George V. Coelho
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by George V. Coelho, David A. Hamburg, John E. Adams.|
|Contributions||Hamburg, David A., 1925- joint author., Adams, John E. 1937-|
|LC Classifications||BF335 .C564|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 454 p. :|
|Number of Pages||454|
|LC Control Number||73088058|
Seventy-seven articles met the inclusion criteria of: 1) original article concerning coping, adaptation or self-management of a neurological condition; 2) written in English; and 3) published. Coping facilitates adaptation and adjustment to stress and can help to increase quality of life in people living with spinal cord injury and reduce common complications. The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which sociodemographic characteristics and hardiness explain coping in adults living with a spinal cord injury.
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Coping Theory and Research: Past, Present, and Future RICHARD S LAZARUS. PHD, INTRODUCTION In this essay in honor of Donald Oken, I emphasize coping as a key concept for theory and research on adaptation and health. My focus will be the contrasts between two approaches to coping, one that empha-sizes style—that is, it treats coping as a. 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. Each chapter of this workbook begins.
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Coping and adaptation George V. Coelho, David A. Hamburg, John Evi Adams Snippet view - He Coping and adaptation book numerous books including Today's Children: Creating a Future for a Generation in Crisis, No More Killing Fields: Preventing Deadly Conflict, Learning to Live Together: Preventing Hatred and Violence in Child and Adolescent Development.
Material is presented within the conceptual framework of coping and adaptation and self theory; in addition, considerable attention is given to the patient's perception of which types of personal and professional relationships have been helpful or not helpful. As a result, the book yields important lessons--from the patients themselves--on how Cited by: She has served as Director of the Maryland Family Education Program for the Maryland Department of Mental Hygiene since Author of FAMILY EDUCATION IN MENTAL ILLNESS and numerous articles and book chapters, she is co-editor with Harriet Lefley of FAMILIES OF THE MENTALLY ILL: COPING AND ADAPTATION.
Genre/Form: Congress: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coping and adaptation book, George V. Coping and adaptation. New York: Basic Books,  (OCoLC) greatly enric h the study of coping and adaptation. In our own work, we have con tributed to the litera- tures on bot h emotion (e.
g., S mith & Ellsworth. Family assessment: resiliency, coping and adaptation: inventories for research and practice Hamilton I. McCubbin University of Wisconsin Publishers, Oct 1, - Social Science - pages1/5(1). The adaptation process is a critical part of cognitive development. Through the adaptive processes of assimilation and accommodation, people are able to take in new information, form new ideas or change existing ones, and adopt new behaviors that make them better prepared to.
We also review two alternative coping taxonomies: Edwards and Baglioni's (, ) cybernetic coping and Skinner, Edge, Altman, and Sherwood's () hierarchical classification of coping according to adaptive function. Finally, we discuss recent refinements to the transactional theory, most notably, future‐oriented coping.
research articles in Coping and Adaptation (4) present a major substantive examination of concepts, methods. and interdiscipli-nary issues in coping and adaptation. The book illustrates the con-nection between man's biological and social resources and abilities in coping with stress.
During professional demand increased for an updated ver. This book outlines reality-bound aspects of coping, including negotiation, emotional awareness, hope, self-mastery, and optimism, and carefully attempts to shift focus from problems to solutions.
With relatable examples, research-based evidence, and numerous self-help techniques, ‘ Coping- The psychology of what works ’ compiles the best. This book is the report of a collaborative effort. Frank Porporino and I arrived at the starting point for our work together by very different routes.
Originally trained as an experimental psychologist, I had become in creasingly restive within the confines of the laboratory, and spent a sab. Coping And Adaptation by Coelho and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Coping and Adaptation by Coelho - AbeBooks Passion for books.
The Coping and Adaptation Processing Scale (CAPS): Short Form is a item instrument that represents all original concepts of the CAPS long form (47 items). The CAPS: Short Form uses a Likert scale format with response choices ranging from 4 (always) to 1 (never).
Each item of the CAPS is a short statement about how an. Coping means to invest one's own conscious effort, to solve personal and interpersonal problems, in order to try to master, minimize or tolerate stress and conflict.
The psychological coping mechanisms are commonly termed coping strategies or coping term coping generally refers to adaptive (constructive) coping strategies, that is, strategies which reduce stress.
adaptation recommendations without ramifications” as well as suggestions for policy-driven strategic thinking about adaptation to and mitigation of climate change with a focus on improved food security. Coping with a changing climate: Considerations for adaptation and mitigation in agriculture by Michael H.
Glantz, René Gommes, Selvaraju. Introduccion. This work contains the review and critical analysis of the issue of the puerperium as a process of coping and adaptation, considering that this stage involves physiological, psychological, socio-family, and cultural changes and adaptations for women and their families 1 Physiologically, the puerperium is considered the period of time transpired from the expulsion of the.
Coping in Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes. The broader literature on coping indicates that the ways in which children and adolescents cope with stress are important mediators and moderators of the emotional and behavioral outcomes of stressful situations .Coping in youth with type 1 diabetes has been studied over the past 25 years, using a variety of measures and approaches.
The Role of Appraisal and Emotion in Coping and Adaptation Craig A. Smith and Leslie D. Kirby. The Dynamics of Emotion in Adaptation to Stress Patrick H. Finan, Alex J. Zautra, and Rebecca Wershba. Coping Charles S. Carver. Personality and Stress: Individual Differences in Exposure, Reactivity, Recovery, and Restoration.
Adaptation to Chronic Childhood Illness is a comprehensive text dealing with a growing issue in the field of Disability Studies By dividing the book into four distinct sections, Thompson and Gustafson effectively deal with the impact of chronic childhood illness, the developmental changes that accompany illness, the enhancement of adaptation, and goals for public policy This text is a.
disability; family coping and adaptation to disability; resilience; forgiveness, spirituality, compassion; and development of intervention techniques.
Hartley, Michael T., PhD, CRC, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona. He has written articles and book chapters on resilience theory. However, developing and providing additional materials that explain the recovery and adaptation process may help promote emotional coping and help patients regain a sense of normalcy.
Little is known about how different LVAD centers educate patients and the efforts of LVAD coordinators to provide education.Buy the Paperback Book Surviving Mental Illness: Stress, Coping, and Adaptation by Agnes B.
Hatfield atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.Positive coping and adaptation strategies can help minimize stress and promote healthy mental functioning.
Relaxation – Relaxation is a useful coping and adaptation strategy that can lessen the effects of stress. During a particularly stressful situation, people often lose perspective and may feel as if they’re losing the ability to cope or.