SCQASituation Complication Question Answer (structuring technique)
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The main objective of this study was to develop a situated coping questionnaire, the SCQA, and to test whether it was possible to use a general scale without missing the role that the type of situation plays in determining how people cope with stress.
Finally, evidence stemming from our results supports the idea that resilience is related to coping styles as expected -positively to PFC and negatively to EFC-, a result that parallels those of Villasana, Alonso-Tapia, and Ruiz (2016) and which provides validity to the SCQA. Regarding SFC, its relation to resilience is only significant -though low- when it is assessed as the personal qualities that enable one to thrive in the face of adversity (CDRISC), but non-significant when it is assessed as the ability to bounce back after difficulties (BRS).
Secondly, even though different problematic situations have been included in the SCQA, we have only included in our sample general population people with health-related conditions and individuals whose children have a health-related problem.