Your Stress Processing ReportTM Results

Your Stress Processing ReportTM Results - Your Stress...

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Your Stress Processing Report TM Results The Stress Processing Report (SPR) measures 19 thinking “styles” or patterns associated with stress and various symptoms of strain, including medical problems. These styles are organized into four clusters: Self , which describes on our views and beliefs about ourselves; Others , which identifies our perceptions, preferences, and values regarding relationships with others; Process , which focuses on our attitudes and beliefs regarding how we go about the tasks we’ve been assigned or have chosen to do; and Goals , which describes our outlook with respect to the future. Your SPR Scores Your raw scores and corresponding percentile scores for the 19 SPR styles are presented in the table below. The raw scores can range from 0 to 32. The percentile scores describe how your results compare to the scores of a sample of others who have completed the SPR. For instance, a percentile score of 75 means that your score for a particular style is higher than the scores obtained by 75% of other respondents. In contrast, a percentile score of 25 means that your score is higher than the scores of 25% of other respondents. Scores at or above the 75th percentile are considered “high” and indicate healthy
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