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Unformatted text preview: a to a very great extent 2 to some extent ou feel to your conception of a higher power or to a worthy cause? c. to little extent d. to very little extent 31. To what extent do you believe your life has purpose? a. to a very great extent 2 b. to some extent c. to little extent e. to very little extent 32. How much contact do you have with what you would consider a spiritual community? 2. very much bor much very little d. none Scoring Legend Please note that the scoring legend has been derived rationally, not empirically. Nevertheless, you might find it interesting to compute your score for each of the scales below using the following legend: 'a' = 4; b'= 3; 'c' = 2; 'd' = 1. Wellness Scale (sum of scores for questions 1-7 divided by 7) 2.14 Thought Control Scale (sum of scores for questions 8-13, divided by 6) 15 Active Coping Scale (sum of scores for questions 14-20, divided by7) Social Ease Scale (sum of scores for questions 21-26, divided by 6) # $52.3 Tension reduction Scale (sum of scores for questions 27-28, divided by 2) Spiritual Practice Scale (sum of scores for questions 29-32 divided by 4) 2 Overall Score (sum of the scale scores above, divided by 6) 182 Interpreting Your Score. A perfect score on each scale would be 4. With this in mind, we might construct the following interpretive key: An overall score of 3.5+ suggests you may be a superior stresscoper. An overall score of 2.5-3.4 suggests you may be an above average stresscoper. An overall score of 1.5-2.4 suggests you may be an average stresscoper An overall score of less than 1.5 suggests you may be a below average stresscoper. Source: 'Write Your Own Prescription for Stress' Kenneth B. Matheny, Ph.D., ABPP and Christopher J. Mccarthy, Ph.D. ~ 2000...
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