2 edition of Stress, coping, and alcohol use in rural college adolescents found in the catalog.
Stress, coping, and alcohol use in rural college adolescents
Judith Hunter Fager
Written in English
|Other titles||Rural college adolescents|
|Statement||by Judith Hunter Fager.|
|Series||[Ph. D. theses / State University of New York at Binghamton -- no. 2253], Ph. D. theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 2253.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 218 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||218|
Coping With Stress During Childhood and Adolescence Bruce E. Compas University of Vermont In this article, research on how children and adolescents cope with stress and coping's role in reduc-ing the adverse psychological states associated with stress is reviewed. Child and adolescent coping. The Cooper et al. model simultaneously assesses the stress-moderating effects of gender, expectancies and coping on alcohol use and abuse. Method: Adolescents in Grades (N = , 59% female) completed the Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire-Adolescent form, the COPE, the Adolescent Perceived Events Scale and the Drinking to Cope scale.
The stress may be emotional (e.g., workplace harassment) or physical (e.g., hate crimes). The relationship of these stress factors to alcohol use is complicated by other risk factors as well, such as drinking patterns and individual differences in how the body breaks down (or metabolizes) alcohol. 1. Coping With Stress. Free Online Library: Family stressor events, family coping, and adolescent adaptation in farm and ranch families. by "Adolescence"; Psychology and mental health Social sciences, general Adjustment (Psychology) in adolescence Research Adolescent adjustment (Psychology) Childhood stress (Psychology) Rural families Psychological aspects Stress in adolescence Teenagers Youth.
The current study examined relations among stress, coping strategies, coping motives for drinking and drinking outcomes (alcohol use and problems) within a sample of incoming college freshman. Consistent with prior research, higher levels of stress were associated with higher levels of drinking to cope as well as higher levels of drinking problems. As they transition to adulthood, many adolescents face novel daily demands in the college environment. These daily stressors have been linked to poor physical and psychological health among college students (O'Neill, Cohen, Tolpin, & Gunthert, ), who report notably poor sleep (Lund, Reider, Whiting, & Prichard, ), increased alcohol use (Carter, Brandon, & Goldman, ), and .
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Boyd MR, Baliko B, Cox MF, Tavakoli A. Stress, coping, and alcohol expectancies in rural African-American women. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. ; – Brechting EH, Giancola PR. A longitudinal study of coping strategies and substance use in adolescent boys. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse.
; –Cited by: 9. Stress, coping, and alcohol use in rural college adolescents / Judith Hunter Fager Thesis (Ph. D.)--State University of New York at Binghamton, Decker School of Nursing, Current study.
The proposed research attempted to address many of the limitations found in the adolescent and young adult stress and coping literature (Compas et al., ) as it pertains to alcohola distinction needs to be made between conceptually defining coping as something that someone typically thinks and does (i.e., a trait or style) from what he or she actually Cited by: Stress But, of course, the use and abuse of alcohol can bring its own complicated kind of stress.
And, at the end of the day, alcohol never really fixes any problems. When it comes to stress and alcohol use among college students, the real problems often get lost and neglected underneath.
In other words, stress is caused by real-life issues, and, for. Perceived Stress and Coping among Rural Adolescent Girls in India % abuse alcohol a nd % ab use bo th a lcohol and two of college students and one of participants in a community.
Overview: stress and alcohol use disorders revisited. Alcohol Res. ;34(4)– Rehm J. The risks associated with alcohol use and alcoholism. Alcohol Res Health. ;34(2)– Keyes KM, Hatzenbuehler ML, Hasin DS. Adolescent alcohol use is linked to an array of negative consequences, including neurological and somatic damage, sexual risk-taking, violence, and increased mortality rates (Hingson & Kenkel, ; Tapert et al., ).Moreover, risk-related use of alcohol during adolescence (e.g., early initiation; heavy consumption; coping-motivated drinking) is positively correlated with drinking behaviors.
Alcohol consumption is not only an unhealthy and dangerous coping mechanism, but is also associated with lower GPAs in college students. Sippin' Stress Away Sixty percent of students have used alcohol as a coping mechanism, with engineering and marketing and communications majors turning to alcohol more than any other major.
life you will experience stress. Changes in stress perception and coping during adolescence were studied by Krenkeseiffge et al., (). Stress, stressors and coping among high school students was studied by Anda et al., (). Stress and Coping among Urban African American Adolescents.
Public health actions, such as social distancing, can make people feel isolated and lonely and can increase stress and anxiety. However, these actions are necessary to reduce the spread of COVID Coping with stress in a healthy way will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.
adolescents, adults with unhealthy coping skills often turn to avoidant strategies such as alcohol to handle stress. Thus it is clear that, how adults and adolescents cope with stress does not differ in the type of coping strategies, but rather is determined by the nature of an individual’s coping skills.
Abstract. The goal of this chapter is to discuss research on adolescent substance use from the perspective of a stress-coping model.
In addition to the long-term health implications of cigarette smoking and alcohol use (e.g., Helzer, ; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, ), adolescent substance use is of concern to clinical psychology both because early onset of substance use.
Stress: It’s an issue that everyone deals with but not an issue that everyone knows how to cope with. When we’re dealing with massive amounts of pressure, some of us may choose to turn to meditation or a friendly chat while others may opt for a cheeseburger or a drink.
How we choose to deal with stress has a major impact on both our mental health and our physical well-being. Second, this context of stress created by poverty amplifies the impact of normative adolescent stress. Third, high levels of stress compromise poor teens’ development and use of efficacious coping, and instead encourage disengagement coping, which has detrimental long-term effects on adolescent health and development.
For example, adolescents and young adults who perceive higher levels of alcohol use by peers report more frequent drunkenness (Halim et al.,Ouellette et al., ), and peer substance use predicts adolescent alcohol problems (Windle, ), possibly due to the formation of drinking motives based on observations of peers.
The relationship between stress and alcohol use could also be influenced by individual characteristics such as gender, coping mechanisms, and alcohol use expectations [16, 22, 38]. In this study, we also observed that individual perceptions towards alcohol use, as well as social influences played a role, which affected this relationship.
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This anxiety and stress may play an important part in adolescents’ initiation of alcohol or other drug use (Pohorecky ; Wagner ). In her review of the literature on stress effects on alcohol consumption in humans, Pohorecky () found that stress clearly influences alcohol consumption in adolescence, but not necessarily in adults.
Laurent J, Catanzaro SJ, Kuenzi CM. Stress and alcohol related expectancies and coping preferences: A replication with adolescents of the Cooper et al. () model. Journal of Studies on Alcohol.
; – Leventhal H, Cleary PD. The smoking problem: A review of the research and theory in behavioral risk modification. Share your problems and how you are feeling and coping with a parent, friend, counselor, doctor, or pastor.
Avoid drugs and alcohol. These may seem to help, but they can create additional problems and increase the stress you are already feeling. Take a break.
If news events are causing your stress, take a break from listening or watching the news. According to a stress–coping model, AOD abuse is an emotion-focused coping that vulnerable individuals use to decrease their distress when they do not have the resources to effectively manage problems in their lives.
Biological research linking stress with AOD use strengthens this premise (Fahlke et al.,Goeders,Heim et al., Grieving the loss of a loved one while coping with the fear and anxiety related to the COVID pandemic can be especially overwhelming. Social distancing, “stay-at home-orders,” and limits on the size of in-person gatherings have changed the way friends and family can gather and grieve, including holding traditional funeral services, regardless of whether or not the person’s death was.