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Resilient Individuals Reform Their Assumptive Worlds after Stressful Life Events
(Vanderbilt University, 2012-04-11)
Individuals develop core attitudes and beliefs that bring a sense of reality and purpose to their lives. They make up one’s assumptive world. After a particular trauma or stressful life event, one’s assumptive world is ...
Siblings Coping with Parental Depression: Similarities and Differences
(Vanderbilt University, 2015)
This study investigated similarities and differences in levels of internalizing and externalizing symptoms and strategies used to cope with stress in a sample of sibling pairs of 9-15 year-old children of depressed parents. ...
Parental Influence on Children Coping with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD)
(Vanderbilt University, 2011-04-21)
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is a chronic illness that disproportionately affects African Americans in the U.S. at a rate of 1 to 500. Proper management of this blood disorder is key in ensuring that those affected lead ...
Association of Maternal Anxiety, Perceptions of Child Prognosis, and Coping with Maternal Supportiveness for Children with Cancer
(Vanderbilt University, 2010-04)
Over 12,400 children in the United States are diagnosed with cancer annually. The diagnosis and treatment of cancer can create significant amounts of stress for the mothers of these children. While facing this stress, ...
Interpersonal Stress and Coping in First Year Undergraduate Students: Insights from Behavioral, Self-Report, and Neural Data
(Vanderbilt University, 2021-04)
The transition to college exacerbates stress, and coping strategies like cognitive reappraisal can moderate how interpersonal stress affects psychological well-being, with individual differences in reappraisal being ...