Modelling the relationship between healthy and unhealthy coping strategies to understand overwhelming distress: A Bayesian network approach

  title={Modelling the relationship between healthy and unhealthy coping strategies to understand overwhelming distress: A Bayesian network approach},
  author={H. Stallman and Denise A. Beaudequin and Daniel F. Hermens and Daniel Eisenberg},
Abstract Background People use healthy and unhealthy coping strategies to reduce distress. Understanding the relationship between healthy and unhealthy coping strategies and overwhelming distress is essential to inform formulation and intervention. This study explored the interdependencies between healthy and unhealthy coping strategies using Bayesian network (BN) modelling, a robust risk assessment tool. Methods 509 college students (Mean age = 22.9 years; 66% Female) completed a web-based… Expand
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