Asked by Bayleigh Lacey on Mar 10, 2024



In the context of the cognitive appraisal approach to stress, problem-focused coping emphasizes:

A) identifying nonwork causes of stress.
B) managing the stressor.
C) managing the response to stress.
D) identifying stages of preventive stress management.

Problem-Focused Coping

A coping strategy aimed at addressing the cause of stress by changing the situation or how one interacts with it.

Preventive Stress Management

An organizational philosophy according to which people and organizations should take joint responsibility for promoting health and preventing distress and strain.

  • Comprehend different coping strategies, including problem-solving and managing stressors.

Verified Answer

Chandler Benkendorf

Mar 10, 2024

Final Answer :
Explanation :
Problem-focused coping involves taking direct steps to solve the problem, thereby tackling the cause of stress directly. This can include identifying and managing the stressor itself.