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Autori: Buško, Vesna; Kulenović, Alija
Naslov: Personality, Stress, And Coping As Determinants Of Depression In Prison Inmates
Izvornik: International Journal of Psychology: Abstracts of the XXVI International Congress of Psychology / Dore, Francois Y. (ur.). - Psychology Press , 1996. 215.
Skup: XXVI International Congress of Psychology
Mjesto i datum: Montreal, Kanada, 16-21.08.1996.
Ključne riječi: coping theory; depression; prisoners
Sažetak:
Within a framework of transactional stress and coping theory, the study study deals with the role of individual differences and coping processes in accounting for depression in prison inmates. Relevant demographic and criminological measures, and self-report instruments for the assessment of personality, i.e. dimensions of self-concept and neurotic syndrome factors, some situational features, and mediating processes - cognitive appraisals and coping strategies, were taken in the sample of 475 males incarcerated in Croatian penal institutions of minimum, medium or maximum security level. Zung Self-report Depression Scale was administered as a short-term measure of inmate adjustment to imprisonment. Hierarchical regression procedures were performed to assess relative predictive power of particular groups of individual, situational and mediating variables, with the cognitive appraisal on event controllability taken as a moderator variable. Results showed that personality dimensions and two sets of mediating processes variables significantly contributed to the criterion variance, with both levels of perceived controllability. Total amount of variance in depression scores explained by the whole system of employed predictors was 41% and 54%, for the low and high event controllability groups, respectively. Observed moderator effects of event controllability primarily refer to the role of coping strategies, i.e., to the amount of their additive contribution, and dissimilar adaptive value of particular strategies in situations differing in the level of perceived controllability.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Poster
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Projekt / tema: 130703
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija



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