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Dominantní copingové strategie vysokoškoláků

Title in English The dominant coping strategies of university students


Year of publication 2012
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description This paper describes research which focuses on the occurrence of dominant coping strategies (questionnaire SVF 78) in university students (Medical Faculty, Science Faculty, the Faculty of Arts, technical fields and specialization for education) aged 20 -25 years. In this age group can be expected consolidation of the acquired coping strategies when confronted with the demands of university study and life. From the perspective of psychological counseling in universities, the question is whether one can be considered as the preferred strategy if there is a statistically significant difference between students and students, whether the positive strategies outweigh over negative coping strategies. The intermediate results appear significant gender issue of social support, in which women score much higher than men. Furthermore, according to interim results appear to be significant need for control of the situation in both sexes, while the negative strategy is most pronounced perseveration. Findings lead to questions, which will be focused on in the future, such as whether the client profile of university counseling centers corresponds with the results of the preferred strategies for college students.

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