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Commun Sci Disord. 2002;7(3): 190-209.
Correlations among Stresses, Self-concepts, and Mental Health Problems of Hearing-Impaired Students
Jin Woo Kim`
Copyright ©2002 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
김진우(Jin Woo Kim)
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This study investigated the correlations among the life stresses, coping strategies, self-concepts, and mental health problems of hearing-impaired students. Four different questionnaires measuring four classifying variables, i.e., life stresses, coping strategies, self-concepts, and mental health problems, were administered to 219 normal and 221 hearing-impaired students. The results were as follows: First, as self-concepts decreased, as the life stresses were frequently experienced, and as more passive stress coping strategies were used, a number of problems in the adjustment and mental health were found for both hearing-impaired and normal students. Second, self-concepts decreased as experiencing more life stresses and using the passive stress strategies for both groups. However, self-concepts increased as using the active stress coping strategies for both groups. Third, for normal students, no stress was experienced when using the active stress coping strategies and high stress was experienced when using the passive stress coping strategies. For hearing-impaired students, using both the active and passive stress coping strategies increased the life stresses.
Keywords: 정신건강 | 자아개념 | 생활 스트레스 | 스트레스 대처방식 | mental health | self-concept | life stress
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Life Stress and Coping Strategies of Hearing - Impaired Students  2002 ;7(1)
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