Assessing Cognitive and Behavioral Coping Strategies in Children

  title={Assessing Cognitive and Behavioral Coping Strategies in Children},
  author={Gerly M. de Boo and Jelte M. Wicherts},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
The objective was to examine the psychometric qualities of a Dutch version of the Coping Strategies Checklist for Children (CCSC-R1) in the Netherlands and to replicate the 4-factor coping model that was established in an American population. Confirmatory factor analyses were used to investigate the factorial structure underlying the 13 subscales. A 5-factor model in which Positive Cognitive Restructuring was a separate coping dimension proved superior to a 4-factor model in which Positive… CONTINUE READING
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