Psychology 2035A/B Lecture 17: 31

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54. Constructive coping involves
a. confronting problems directly.
b. realistically appraising stress.
c. learning to manage some emotional reactions to stress.
d. all of these.
ANSWER: d
55. When psychologists label a coping response as constructive or healthy, they are basing
this on
a. careful and consistent research.
b. common sense.
c. value judgments.
d. multiple case studies.
ANSWER: c
56. Which of the following is NOT a type of constructive coping described in your text?
a. Appraisal-focused.
b. Emotion-focused.
c. Problem-focused.
d. Cognition-focused.
ANSWER: d
57. Constructive coping is aimed at
a. changing one's interpretation of stressful events.
b. the stressful situation itself.
c. managing emotional distress.
d. all of these.
ANSWER: d
58. Ramon recently lost his job. He has been searching online for job openings and has an
appointment with a placement agency. Which constructive coping tactic is Ramon using?
a. Appraisal-focused.
b. Emotion-focused.
c. Problem-focused.
d. Cognition-focused.
ANSWER: c
59. Albert Ellis believed that problematic emotional reactions to stress are caused by
a. unpleasant events.
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