Cognitive and motivational processes underlying coping flexibility: a dual-process model.

@article{Cheng2003CognitiveAM,
  title={Cognitive and motivational processes underlying coping flexibility: a dual-process model.},
  author={Cecilia Cheng},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={84 2},
  pages={
          425-38
        }
}
Discriminative facility was proposed as a cognitive process and need for closure was proposed as a motivational process underlying coping flexibility. The dual-process model posits that need for closure influences discriminative facility, which in turn modifies coping flexibility and psychological adjustment. In Study 1, results of structural equation modeling provided support for the dual-process model. This model was further examined using experimental methods (Study 2) and a prospective… CONTINUE READING

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