SA+11 - -Finally among other theories they discuss how...

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Reading 11- Silver/Wortman -ways of copping with undesirable life events -when an event removes a particular goal people go thru a process of disengagement that leads to a depression phase (Incentive-Disengagement Theory). -Also when free behavior is restricted people respond with hostility and larger motivation to attain the goal. * Loss of control= enhanced motivation to get it back (integrative Model)
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Unformatted text preview: -Finally, among other theories, they discuss how individuals respond to and interpret info before an event even occurs (Reaction to Crisis Theory) -They also discuss the role of the outsider amongst distressed peoples and how they must be sensitive to those events which occurred...
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