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COPERSCenter of Psychological Extension and Research Services (Philippines)
COPERSCity of Phoenix Employees Retirement System (Arizona, USA)
COPERSEuropean Preparation Commission for Space Research (predecesssor of ESRO and ESA)
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The difference in mood, disability, and QoL was also examined among the three clusters: (1) adaptive copers, (2) average copers, and (3) dysfunctional copers, with demographic factors and pain measures as covariates.
They found three coping profiles: 1) low generic' 2) active' and 3) avoidant' copers. Low generic' copers used both active and avoidant coping strategies at a low level.
Opposed to the double stance in which the coper and control groups showed very similar results, during one leg stance, except on the sway velocity, the healthy sides of the copers, non-copers and the control groups showed data very close to each other and the injured sides of both the coper and non-coper subjects showed significantly more results than the apparently healthy sides.
A Pearson Product-Moment Correlation revealed that TSK scores of copers and those with CAI did not correlate with AJFAT scores (r = 0.07).
"Defeated Copers" included 72 patients 1%) who reported levels of disengagement, self-isolation, and catastrophizing at were significantly higher than those all others except Panic Copers.
In contrast, "Serf-Reliant Copers" had the highest proportion of males (54%), and was characterized by significantly lower levels of support seeking than any group other than Defeated Copers.
Effective copers should be buffered against the negative consequences of stress by the implementation of their strategies.
Active copers under high stress and passive copers under minimal stress displayed slightly lower numbers of helper T-cells.
Maximizers, including achievers and copers, at the other end of the scale, showed a strong career interest along with their profamily orientation.
Among the many preliminary insights from these interviews: school leaders tend to fall into two categories: (1) "transformers" who have a clear vision for their schools and a can-do attitude that enables them to get past obstacles; and (2) "copers" who seem overwhelmed by the challenges and have difficulty prioritizing teaching and learning.
Marion added: "People in Northern Ireland became known over the years as copers, people who just got on with the job and never mentioned their distress, even though they felt like they were dying inside.
An associated system enabling refurbishment of platform edges and replacement of copers has also been developed in parallel with the modular construction system.