Dimensionality of coping and its relation to depression.

@article{Rohde1990DimensionalityOC,
  title={Dimensionality of coping and its relation to depression.},
  author={Paul Rohde and Peter M. Lewinsohn and M. David Tilson and John R Seeley},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={1990},
  volume={58 3},
  pages={499-511}
}
The dimensionality of coping, as measured by 65 items from 3 commonly used instruments, and the relation of coping and stress to concurrent and future depression were studied in a community sample of 742 older (greater than or equal to 50 years old) adults. Measures of coping, stress, and depression were obtained at 2 time points over a 2-year period. Depression was assessed by symptom checklist and by diagnostic interview. Three coping factors--Cognitive Self-Control, Ineffective Escapism, and… CONTINUE READING

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