Stress, coping, and adaptation in married couples
This study was undertaken to determine the utility of a proposed model of family stress. For individual family members it was proposed that the level of strain (or subjective stress) in response to an event is related to (a) person variables, including importance of the event, beliefs about internal or external control, anticipated difficulty of the event, and familiarity with the event; (b) situational variables including ambiguity and timing of the event; and (c) accumulation of recent and...[Show more]
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