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fam-15 - Chapter 13, Turbulence, Stress, & Coping in Family...

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Text 1. How is resilience defined in our text? 2. Define and understand the 4 elements of the ABC-X model of family stress. 3. From the perspective of the ABC-X model, what are the characteristics of a resilient family? 4. What is a stressor event? 5. Describe stress pile-up. 6. Define resources. 7. What are exogenous resources? Be able to give an example of exogenous resources families might have access to in times of stress. 8. What is one of the most powerful resources a family can tap into and where does it reside? 9. What is the relationship between the depth of crisis or level of disruption during crisis and available resources? 10. Describe families processes from a family systems perspective when “things are normal.” 11. How do rules operate and what is meant by "requisite variety of rules?" 12. When is an event a stressor event? 13. What two patterns can emerge when a stressor event is so severe that the old ways of
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course SFL 160 taught by Professor Brianwilloughby during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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fam-15 - Chapter 13, Turbulence, Stress, & Coping in Family...

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