Toward an assessment of escape/avoidance coping in depression

  title={Toward an assessment of escape/avoidance coping in depression},
  author={Amanda Haskell and Peter C. Britton and Richard J. Servatius},
  journal={Behavioural Brain Research},
Interactions Between Experience, Genotype and Sex in the Development of Individual Coping Strategies
Evidence that experience, sex, and genotype influence the brain circuits and neurobiological processes involved in coping with adversities is considered and recent results pointing to the specific effects of the interaction between early experiences, genotype, and stress in the development of functional and dysfunctional coping styles are discussed.
Repetitive and Inflexible Active Coping and Addiction-like Neuroplasticity in Stressed Mice of a Helplessness–Resistant Inbred Strain
Analysis of the development of dysfunctional active coping strategies of mice of the helplessness–resistant DBA/2J (D2) inbred strain shows that an active coping style represents an endophenotype of mental disturbances characterized by perseverant and inflexible behavior.
Predicting University Adjustment from Coping-Styles, Self-Esteem, Self-Efficacy, and Personality: Findings from a Survey in a Sample of Italian Students
  • G. Valenti, P. Faraci
  • Psychology, Education
    European journal of investigation in health, psychology and education
  • 2021
The observed relationships between university adjustment and the measured variables suggest intriguing considerations about the importance for schools and universities of providing interventions for students that aim to develop and strengthen the investigated personality facets, reducing withdrawal, behavioral and/or mental disengagement, and promoting academic achievement and success.
Is the Association between Postpartum Depression and Early Maternal–Infant Relationships Contextually Determined by Avoidant Coping in the Mother?
Interaction effects showed that the use of avoidant coping in the mother exacerbated the impact of PPD on the early mother–infant relationship.
The Berlin Misophonia Questionnaire Revised (BMQ-R): Development and validation of a symptom-oriented diagnostical instrument for the measurement of misophonia
Misophonia is a clinical syndrome which is characterized by intense emotional and physical reactions to idiosyncratic sounds. However, its psychometric measurement is still in the early stages. This


Interaction of Cognitive Avoidance Coping and Stress in Predicting Depression/Anxiety
This study investigated (1) the moderating effects of gender and cognitive avoidance coping on the negative life events–depressive/anxious symptoms relationship, and (2) the validity of the cognitive
A contemporary behavior analysis of anxiety and avoidance
The implications of research on derived relational responding and the transformation of functions for a contemporary behavioral account of avoidance are described, before providing several illustrative research examples of laboratory-based analogues of key clinical treatment processes.
Stress generation, avoidance coping, and depressive symptoms: a 10-year model.
Findings broaden knowledge about the stress-generation process and elucidate a key mechanism through which avoidance coping is linked to depressive symptoms.
Coping Measurement and the State Effect of Depression and Anxiety in Psychiatric Outpatients
Investigation of changes in scores on the Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations in 49 outpatients with major depression or anxiety disorders suggests that depressive or anxiety symptoms and treatment phase affect coping measurement.
Long-Term Effects of Avoidant Coping on Adolescents' Depressive Symptoms
The impact of different types of coping styles on adolescents' depressive symptoms was investigated in a prospective study. One hundred and ninety-four adolescents participated in 4 annual
Assessing coping strategies: a theoretically based approach.
A multidimensional coping inventory to assess the different ways in which people respond to stress was developed and an initial examination of associations between dispositional and situational coping tendencies was allowed.