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A Path Analysis on Life Events, Negative Automatic Thoughts, Coping Style and Depression

@article{Jinli2005APA,
  title={A Path Analysis on Life Events, Negative Automatic Thoughts, Coping Style and Depression},
  author={Wang Jin-li},
  journal={Psychological development and education},
  year={2005}
}
  • Wang Jin-li
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Psychological development and education
To analyze the relationships between life events, negative automatic thoughts, coping style and depression, 321 college students were asked to complete the ASLEC, ATQ, TCSQ, and CES-D. Results: (1) Life events, negative automatic thoughts, and coping style were significantly correlated with depression ( P 0.01), While significant correlations were obtained between negative automatic thought, coping style and life events ( P 0.01). (2) Through path analysis, automatic thought and coping style… Expand
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