Perceived past, present, and future control and adjustment to stressful life events.

@article{Frazier2011PerceivedPP,
  title={Perceived past, present, and future control and adjustment to stressful life events.},
  author={Patricia A. Frazier and Nora K Keenan and Samantha L. Anders and Sulani Perera and Sandra L Shallcross and Samuel Hintz},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={100 4},
  pages={749-765}
}
Perceived control is a central construct in psychology and is key to understanding individual differences in poststress outcomes (Frazier, Berman, & Steward, 2001). The goals of the current studies (using 4 samples of undergraduate students, total N = 1,421) were to examine the relations between different aspects of perceived control and poststress outcomes and to differentiate perceived control over specific events from related constructs (i.e., general control beliefs, coping strategies). To… CONTINUE READING

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