Applicability of the goodness-of-fit hypothesis to coping with daily hassles.

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This study examined the applicability of Lazarus and Folkman's (1984) goodness-of-fit hypothesis to the relationship between college students' daily hassles and psychological symptomology. Specifically, the model predicts that, given a daily hassle which one may change, it is more functional to alter the source of the daily hassle than it is to let the… (More)

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@article{Roberts1995ApplicabilityOT, title={Applicability of the goodness-of-fit hypothesis to coping with daily hassles.}, author={Susan M. Roberts}, journal={Psychological reports}, year={1995}, volume={77 3 Pt 1}, pages={943-54} }