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The Relation of Negative Life Events to Symptoms and Functioning in Adolescents and Young Adults with a Childhood History of Chronic Abdominal Pain
(Vanderbilt University, 2010-04-07)
This paper looks at the effects of life stress on predicting health outcomes in chronic abdominal pain patients. It also looks at whether competence moderates the effects of life stress.
The Role of Trait Emotional Intelligence in Buffering
(Vanderbilt University, 2014)
Narrowing in on coping and stress management aspects of trait emotional intelligence, this study aims to explore how emotional intelligence may be related to buffering, which is one’s ability to subjectively shield off ...
Understanding the Stress and Emotional Triggers of Disordered Eating Behaviors in College Students
(Vanderbilt University, 2014-04-17)
Research has shown a relationship between stress and emotion in those with, or who are at-risk for, eating disorders. However, more research needs to be done on how levels of stress and emotion affect eating behaviors that ...
Children Coping with Cancer: Cross-Sectional and Prospective Relations between Parenting Behaviors and Children’s Coping
(Vanderbilt University, 2014)
Objective. Children diagnosed with cancer face numerous sources of stress and are at risk for emotional problems such as anxiety and depression. Parenting behavior and children’s coping are two important factors that may ...
Children’s Optimism and Coping with Stress When Living with a Parent with Depression
(Vanderbilt University, 2011-04-06)
In the U.S. approximately 16% of people are affected by depression in their lifetime and it is estimated that depression will become the leading cause of disability worldwide by 2020 (Monroe & Reid, 2009). In order to ...
Parent-Child Communication and Child Distress In Response to a Child’s Diagnosis of Cancer
(Vanderbilt University, 2007-04-16)
Childhood cancer is a disease that affects a relatively small number of children and families in the US each year, but those families who are affected are often devastated. The stress and heartbreak of childhood cancer ...
Parents and Children Coping with Pediatric Cancer: Associations Between Parent and Child Anxiety, and Parent-Child Communication
(Vanderbilt University, 2009-04-03)
Questionnaire and observational measures were used to examine psychological anxiety in mothers of children coping with pediatric cancer and its association with child anxiety and mother-child communication. Ninety-seven ...
Positive Emotions’ Effect on Buffering and Creativity: An Experimental Design
(Vanderbilt University, 2013-04-07)
Extending beyond the Undoing Hypothesis and the Broaden-and-Build theory, this experimental design tested whether participants induced with a positive emotion would respond less, using self-report measures, to a mild ...
Disordered Eating, Coping, and Perfectionism in a College Sample
(Vanderbilt University, 2013-04-03)
Perfectionistic tendencies and coping strategies have been implicated as important factors in both the onset and maintenance of eating disorders but have not been widely researched in conjunction with each other. Given the ...
Similarity between Parent’s and Children’s Coping with Childhood Cancer
(Vanderbilt University, 2013-04-02)
The current study will examine the degree of similarity in ways of coping in a sample of children with newly diagnosed cancer and their parents. There is a relationship between mother’s coping and children’s coping, which ...