Stress Managment Quiz 9 pg 9

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STRESS MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES 19. Get professional help if you feel too much stress. Yes/No 20. Accept what you cannot change. Yes/No SCORING* Total all the strength ratings made in conjunction with a Yes response and divide this sum by 20 (the total number of items in this scale). Strength ratings made in conjunction with a No response should be eliminated from the scoring analysis. The maximum score attainable is 100. INTERPRETATION OF SCORES This scale measures how intent you are on using stress management techniques. High scores (over 50) indicate you strongly intend to employ a number of stress management techniques to manage the stress in your life. Low scores (below 50) indicate you are generally not intent on using a variety of stress management techniques to manage stress. Recognize that even if you do not feel as though you will use stress management techniques
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Unformatted text preview: now, or this year, or next, there may be a future time when you decide you need to use them. Each of us experiences particularly stressful times in our lives. It may be the death of our loved ones, or getting fired from our jobs, or failing a course in college, or having a lover break up with us. For those of you who do not intend to use stress management techniques right away, this workbook has planted seeds that will sprout when you are ready. Keep this workbook available for that occasion. IF YES, HOW STRONG IS YOUR INTENTION? DO YOU INTEND TO DO THIS? * Source: Centers for Disease Control. An Evaluation Handbook for Health Education Programs in Stress Management. Washington, DC: Department of Health and Human Services, 1983, pp. 200203. 121 gre06755_ch09.qxd 5/5/05 1:50 PM Page 121...
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course CLP 4183 taught by Professor Nancyschwartz during the Fall '11 term at UNF.

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