Guilt, Self-Esteem, Coping Strategies and Stress in College Students

Description:

Presentation on guilt, self-esteem, coping strategies and stress in college students.

Creator(s):
Creation Date: April 3, 2008
Partner(s):
UNT Honors College
Collection(s):
UNT Scholarly Works
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Creator (Author):
Naik, Subhrasikha

University of North Texas

Creator (Contributor):
Vosvick, Mark A.

University of North Texas; Faculty Mentor

Creator (Contributor):
Chng, Chwee-Lye

University of North Texas; Faculty Mentor

Date(s):
  • Creation: April 3, 2008
Description:

Presentation on guilt, self-esteem, coping strategies and stress in college students.

Degree:
Department: Psychology
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The authors used a cross-sectional, correlation study that focused on guilt, self-esteem and three maladaptive subscales in a single model predicting perceived stress in college students. Using Lazarus and Folkman's Stress-Coping model (1984) as a framework, the author hypothesizes that higher levels of hostile guilt and Brief Cope's three subscales of disengagement, substance, distraction and lower self-esteem will account for a significant portion of the variance in perceived stress in students.

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14 p.

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Keyword(s): stress | guilt | self-esteem | college students | psychosocial health
Source: Fifth Annual University Scholars Day, 2008, Denton, Texas, United States
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Series Title: University Scholars Day
Partner:
UNT Honors College
Collection:
UNT Scholarly Works
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  • ARK: ark:/67531/metadc86897
Resource Type: Presentation
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Access: Public