Coping Strategies and Health

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Marcus Bachman (Editor)

Series: Health Psychology Research Focus
BISAC: PSY036000

Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health problems on college campuses. Forty million U.S. adults suffer from an anxiety disorder, and 75 percent of them experience their first episode of anxiety by age 22 and most of them feel stressed and depressed. Decreasing anxiety and depression is an important topic to be discussed. This book examines coping strategies and health. The purpose of the first chapter is to provide a systematic literature review of coping strategies to decrease people’s anxiety in order to provide an evidence based information for future nursing interventions.

Chapter two establishes the relationship between coping strategies, test anxiety, and academic burnout-engagement. Chapter three provides tools for reducing university test anxiety, while chapter four presents a review of self-selected strategies college students employ in an attempt to seek happiness. Furthermore, chapter five examines how persons infected with or affected by HIV cope and hope for a better future, and chapter six presents results of the comparative study of coping strategies utilized among Caucasian American, Korean American, and Korean old adults.
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Table of Contents

Preface
pp. vii-xii

Chapter 1
The Coping Strategies to Decrease Anxiety
(Pi-Ming Yeh, Associate Professor, Department of Nursing and Allied Health, Missouri Western State University, USA)
pp. 1-26

Chapter 2
The Relationship between Coping Strategies, Test Anxiety, and Burnout-Engagement Behavior in University Undergraduates
(Jesús de la Fuente, Juan Manuel García Torrecillas, and Sandra Rodríguez Vargas, Full Professor of Educational and Developmental Psychology, University of Almería, Almería, Spain, and others)
pp. 27-42

Chapter 3
Tools for Reducing University Test Anxiety: Proposal for Intervention
(Isabel Serrano-Pintado and M. Camino Escolar-Llamazares, Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, and others)
pp. 43-62

Chapter 4
What College Students Do to Seek Happiness: Self-Selected Strategies in the Pursuit of Subjective Well-Being
(Bernardo J. Carducci, Rebecca S. Moody, Department of Psychology, Indiana University Southeast, IN, USA)
pp. 63-86

Chapter 5
Coping and Hoping in HIV: The Struggles of the Ghanaian HIV-Positive
(Amos Laar, Nana Ama E. Andrews, Ernest Amoah Ampah and Matilda Laar, Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health, School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana, and others)
pp. 87-126

Chapter 6
Cross-Cultural Analysis of Coping Strategies among Caucasian, Korean American, and Korean Older Population: The Effects of Culture, Optimism, Gender, and Immigration
(HeeSoon Lee and Derek T. Mason, Bowling Green State University, Social Work Program, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, USA)
pp. 127-158

Index
pp. 159-170

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