Youth Coping Responses Inventory

Youth Coping Responses Inventory (YCRI)
Children’s Coping Behavior Questionnaire
Brittany C. Hernandez (2008)& Hernandez‚ Vigna‚ & Kelley‚ 2010
پرسشنامه رفتار مقابله ای کودکان
1.    Returned to doing things with friends
2.    Tried to relax or calm down
3.    Spent time with family
4.    Tried to see the good side
5.    Yelled‚ screamed‚ or got angry
6.    Stayed by myself
7.    Returned to doing things with family
8.    Watched TV‚ played on the computer‚ or read
9.    Prayed
10. Spent time with friends
11. Blamed someone else
12. Kept quiet about the problem
13. Played a game to forget
14. Imagined I was in the situation again
15.Talked with a friend about the problem
16.Knew the problem was in God’s hands
17.Focused on the cause of the problem
18.Took it out on others
19.Returned to helping around the house
20.Played sports to forget
21.Asked adults for advice
22.Cried to let my feelings out
23.Thought about a better time or place
24.Wrote about the situation in a diary
25.Destroyed things
26.Ate more than usual
27.Returned to helping with chores
28.Looked for people who could help
29.Focused on how to solve the problem
30.Told myself things to make me feel better
31.Returned to after-school activities
32.Told myself it was not really happening
33.Expressed my feelings to someone
34.Received comfort from friends
35.Came up with several different solutions
36.Refused to obey adults
37.Took things one day at a time
38.Returned to doing fun family activities
39.Received comfort from other adults (not family)
40.Received comfort from family
41.Got control of things
42.Expected the worst outcome
43.Returned to regular daytime activities
44.Did a physical activity
45.Received comfort from place of worship
46.Tried to understand the situation
47.Returned to completing homework
48.Spent time with a friend
49.Took it out on myself
50.Made jokes about it
51.Made fun of the situation
52.Tried to think of positive things
53.Made the most of my life
54.Focused on what is good in my life
55.Did something just to do something
56.Focused on something other than the problem
57.Wished I could change how I felt
Youth Coping Responses Inventory (YCRI)
Hernandez‚ Vigna‚ & Kelley‚ 2010
TO HELP MYSELF DEAL WITH THE PROBLEM‚ I …
1.    Return to doing things with friends.
2.    Try to relax or calm down.
3.    Spend time with my family.
4.    Try to see the good side of things.
5.    Yell‚ scream‚ or get angry.
6.    Stay by myself.
7.    Return to doing things with my family.
8.    Do something quiet like watch TV‚ play on the computer‚ or read a book. __
9.    Pray.
10.Blame someone for causing the problem.
11.Keep quiet about the problem.
12.Play a game to forget my problems.
13.Imagine I am in the situation again.
14.Talk with a friend about the problem.
15.Know the problem is in God’s hands.
16.Focus on the cause of the problem.
17.Take it out on others.
18.Return to helping around the house.
19.Play sports to forget my problems.
20.Ask adults for advice.
21.Cry to let my feelings out.
22.Write about the situation for myself only (like in a diary).
23.Destroy things.
24.Eat more than usual.
25.Look for people who can help me.
26.Wish that I could change the way that I feel.
27.Focus on how to solve the problem.
28.Tell myself things to make me feel better.
29.Return to after-school activities like sports‚ dance‚ or clubs.
30.Receive comfort from friends.
31.Come up with several different solutions to the problem.
32.Refuse to obey adults.
33.Receive comfort from family.
34.Expect the worst possible outcome.
35.Return to my regular daytime activities like church or school.
36.Do a physical activity like riding my bike or walking.
37.Receive comfort from my place of worship.
38.Try to understand the situation.
39.Return to completing homework.
40.Tell myself that it is not really happening to me.
41.Take it out on myself.
42.Make jokes about it.
43.Try to think of positive things.
44.Focus on what is good in my life.
پرسشنامه رفتار مقابله ای کودکان (نسخه آزمایشی)
1. Returned to doing things with friends.
2. Tried to forget.
3. Tried to relax or calm down.
4. Spent time with my family.
5. Tried to see the good side of things.
6. Tried to fix the problem by doing something.
7. Yelled‚ screamed‚ or got angry.
8. Stayed by myself.
9. Returned to doing things with my family.
10. Did something quiet like watch TV‚ play on the computer‚ or read a book. __
11. Prayed.
12. Spent time with my friends.
13. Wished the problem had never happened.
14. Tried to fix the problem by thinking of solutions.
15. Blamed someone for causing the problem.
16. Kept quiet about the problem.
17. Returned to my old routines.
18. Played a game to forget my problems.
19. Imagined I was in the situation again.
20. Talked with a friend about the problem.
21. Knew the problem was in God’s hands.
22. Focused on the cause of the problem.
23. Took it out on others.
24. Just accepted my problems.
25. Returned to helping around the house.
26. Played sports to forget my problems.
27. Drew or colored pictures about the situation.
28. Tried to be there for others who have problems.
29. Wished for a miracle.
30. Asked adults for advice.
31. Cried to let my feelings out.
32. Worried about the problem.
33. Acted as if the problem never happened.
34. Thought about a better time or place.
35. Wrote about the situation for myself only (like in a diary).
36. Played with my pet.
37. Hoped everything would be okay.
38. Made a plan of action.
39. Destroyed things.
40. Ate more than usual.
41. Returned to helping with chores.
42. Told myself my problems are not that bad.
43. Wrote a letter or email to someone about the situation.
44. Looked for people who could help me.
45. Wished that I could change the way that I felt.
46. Focused on how to solve the problem.
47. Took things from others.
48. Told myself things to make me feel better.
49. Returned to after-school activities like sports‚ dance‚ or clubs.
50. Told myself this was not really happening to me.
51. Expressed my feelings to someone.
52. Received comfort from friends.
53. Came up with several different solutions to the problem.
54. Refused to obey adults.
55. Took things one day at a time‚ one step at a time.
56. Returned to doing fun family activities.
57. Stopped thoughts about my problems right away when they came into my head.
58. Received comfort from family.
59. Got control of things.
60. Gave up trying in school.
61. Expected the worst possible outcome.
62. Returned to my regular daytime activities like church or school.
63. Did a physical activity like riding my bike or walking.
64. Received comfort from my place of worship.
65. Tried to understand the situation.
66. Did something that I didn’t think would work‚ but at least I was doing something.
67. Returned to completing homework.
68. Went to sleep.
69. Received comfort from neighbors‚ teachers‚ or other adults.
70. Felt anxious about not being able to cope.
71. Spent time with a friend.
72. Received gifts or needed items from others.
73. Told myself that it was not really happening to me.
74. Listened to music.
75. Stopped doing my schoolwork.
76. Focused on what I was doing instead of the problem.
77. Took it out on myself.
78. Made jokes about it.
79. Made fun of the situation.
80. Focused on how bad my problems were.
81. Tried to think of positive things.
82. Made the most of my life.
83. Focused on what is good in my life.
شرح سایت روان سنجی: نسخه 83 گویه ای نسخه نخستین است که در پایان پژوهش نسخه ای 57 گویه ای با سه عامل : مقابله انحرافی ،مقابله گره گشا و مقابله کاهنده (مخرب) به دست آمده که ماده های نسخه پایانی در بخش نمره گذاری آمده است.
Alphas for the three factors and the composite were all strong: Diversion (.93)‚ Ameliorative Coping (.88)‚ Destructive Coping (.87)‚ and Composite(.94).
نسخه جوانان دارای 44 گویه است. اعتبار کل ابزار 0.92 و برای خرده مقیاس ها 0.86 گزارش شده است.
نمره گذاری نسخه 57 گویه ای کودکان
1=Never‚ 2=Sometimes‚ 3=Often‚ 4=Almost Always
Diversion; items: 1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 7‚ 8‚ 9‚ 10‚ 13‚ 16‚ 19‚ 20‚ 21‚ 23‚ 27‚ 31‚ 38‚ 39‚ 40‚ 41‚ 43‚ 44‚ 45‚ 47‚ 48‚ 52‚ 53‚ 54‚ 56
Ameliorative Coping; items: 15‚ 17‚ 22‚ 24‚ 28‚ 29‚ 30‚ 33‚ 34‚ 35‚ 37‚ 46‚ 55‚ and 57
Destructive Coping; items: 5‚ 6‚ 11‚ 12‚ 14‚ 18‚ 25‚ 26‚ 32‚ 36‚ 42‚ 49‚ 50‚ and 51
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منبع برای آگاهی بیشتر
Hernandez. Brittany C.‚ 2008. The Children's Coping Behavior Questionnaire: Development and Validation. Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College‚ ma‎ster of Arts Thesis.
   
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