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Adolescents’ Coping Strategies in Hypothetical Bullying Scenarios: The Influence of Bullying Type, Gender, and Reported Frequency of Bullying InvolvementDownload
The current study investigated the types and effectiveness of strategies female and male adolescents generated in response to hypothetical bullying situations, based on bullying type, and participants reported frequency of bullying involvement. Participants were 225 junior high school students....
Contributions of psychological needs, self-compassion, leisure-time exercise, and achievement goals to academic engagement and exhaustion in Canadian medical studentsDownload
Purpose To investigate the contributions of psychological needs (autonomy, competence, and relatedness) and coping strategies (self-compassion, leisure-time exercise, and achievement goals) to engagement and exhaustion in Canadian medical students. Methods This was an observational study. Two...
The overall purpose of this dissertation was to explore flourishing among Canadian university student-athletes and coaches. This was addressed via three studies. The purpose of the first study was to investigate mental health protective and risk factors among flourishing Canadian university...
Inner City Health Promotion Needs Assessment and Policy Recommendations to Support Delivery of Programs and ServicesDownload
Background: In Alberta, and across Canada, health care costs continue to rise at an unsustainable rate. Over the past five years, the cost of delivering healthcare has outpaced the annual rate of inflation by nearly four percent. Health services use is driven by health needs and characteristics...
The current research was designed to add to the youth sport coping literature by examining adolescent athletes’ stressor appraisals and coping and to understand the way in which athletes learn to cope. Two studies were conducted. Study one was a metastudy (Paterson, Thorne, Canam, & Jillings,...
Pain coping is the purposeful effort people use to manage and minimize the negative impacts of pain. The scientific literature on pain coping conceptualizes its role in recovery as a reciprocal interactive process of psychological, social, and biological factors. The objective of this...
Medical learners are critical stakeholders in medical education research – they are both research participants and end-users of research findings. Traditional forms of disseminating research findings may take years to produce and may never be accessed by participants. Despite this, medical...
Storm surge flooding: risk perception and coping strategies of residents in Tsawwassen, British ColumbiaDownload
This thesis examines how residents perceived and coped with storm surge flooding in Tsawwassen, British Columbia. On February 4, 2006 the community experienced a storm surge flood that affected residents within the neighbourhoods of Beach Grove and Boundary Bay Village. This study identifies...
The Development and Use of Self-Compassion to Cope with Adversity in Sport in Female Varsity AthletesDownload
Self-compassion is an emotion regulation strategy that encourages the practice of mindfulness, common humanity, and self-kindness. It involves understanding adverse experiences using a broader perspective, seeking connections with others, and directing kindness towards the self (Neff, 2003a) and...