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A sequential criterion analysis for assessing coping with chronic illness

, : A sequential criterion analysis for assessing coping with chronic illness. Journal of Human Stress 6(2): 35-40

A three-stage sequential criterion analysis based on the Goldfried-D'Zurilla behavior model is presented as a heuristic approach for studying chronic illness. The three interrelated stages consist of: (a) problem identification, (b) response enumeration, and (c) response evaluation. The utility of this systematic approach for understanding the adaptive process, helping to identify patients who might benefit from intervention, providing content for actual intervention, and reducing the myth of homogeneity among chronic patient populations for both clinicians and researches, is discussed. Examples of the utility of the criterion analysis are provided throughout the paper.


PMID: 7391559

DOI: 10.1080/0097840X.1980.9934535

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