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Personality, stress, and coping : implications for education

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Research on stress and coping in education series, Information Age Pub., Charlotte, N.C., p.323 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1088 .P47 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9432949

Keywords:

Alienation (Social psychology), Educational psychology, Personality, Student adjustment, Teachers--Job stress

Abstract:

Contents: Adolescent coping styles and task-specific responses: does style foreshadow action? / Michelle Andrews, Mary Ainley, and Erica Frydenberg -- The relationship between coping strategies, decision coping patterns, and self-efficacy in adolescence / Leon Mann ... [et al.] -- Implicit theories of personality predict motivation to use prosocial coping responses after bullying in high school / David Scott Yeager and Adriana S. Miu -- Coping styles and anxiety among female victims of bullying / Katherine Poynton and Erica Frydenberg -- Understanding adolescent risk-taking behavior: exploring the motivations, personalities, and coping styles of young people in a school-based population / Nicola Cogan and Matthias Schwannauer -- The relationship between positive development during the transition to adulthood and education, temperament, and personality / Meredith O'Connor, Ann Sanson, and Erica Frydenberg -- Optimism, emotional support, and depression among first-year university students: implications for psychological functioning within the educational setting / Melina Condren and Esther R. Greenglass -- College students' meaning making following significant loss / Crystal L. Park and Craig L. Esposito -- Implicit theories of personality, stress, and coping of Chinese nursing students / Joanne Chan Chung Yan -- Relationships of big five traits and coping mechanisms with college grade point average / Gretchen M. Reevy -- Personality traits, preventive coping, and self-care in master's level counselor training / Minda Markle and Christopher J. McCarthy -- "You are who you are": a mixed-method study of affectivity and emotion regulation in curbing teacher burnout / Russell L. Carson ... [et al.] -- Building inner resilience in teachers and students / Linda Lantieri ... [et al.] -- Personality hardiness as a pathway to resilience under educational stresses / Salvatore R. Maddi.

Publication Language:

eng