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" sense of coherence" as the organizing concept, defined as a global orientation that expresses the extent to which one has a pervasive, enduring, though dynamic, feeling of confidence that one's internal and external environments are predictable and that... "
Families and Health Care: Psychosocial Practice - Sida 9
efter Kathleen Obier Ell - 320 sidor
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Social Stress and the Family: Advances and Developments in Family Stress ...

Hamilton I. McCubbin, Marvin B. Sussman, Joan M. Patterson - 1983 - 231 sidor
...enduring, though dynamic feeling of confidence that internal and external environments are predictable and there is a high probability that things will work out as well as can reasonably be expected. A family's sense of coherence is based primarily on its ability to balance two dimensions relative...
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Social Structure and Personality Development: The Individual as a Productive ...

Klaus Hurrelmann - 1988 - 163 sidor
...(1979, p. 184), we can say that the individual loses his or her "sense of coherence," that is, "the global orientation that expresses the extent to which...will work out as well as can reasonably be expected." Whether a specific constellation of stressful situations and events (such as deficits in school and...
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Post-traumatic Therapy and Victims of Violence

Frank M. Ochberg - 1988 - 370 sidor
...and external environments are predictable and that 80 Post-Traumatic Therapy and Victims of Violence there is a high probability that things will work out as well as can reasonably be expected" (p. 123, emphasis added). A strong sense of coherence does not necessarily mean a belief that all good...
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Stress: The Nature and History of Engineered Grief

Robert Kugelmann - 1992 - 203 sidor
...pervasive, enduring though dynamic feeling of confidence that one's internal and external environments arc predictable and that there is a high probability that...work out as well as can reasonably be expected.'" Stress is not the occurrence of hardships per se; hardships become stressful only when they lack meaningful...
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Stress: The Nature and History of Engineered Grief

Robert Kugelmann - 1992 - 203 sidor
...pervasive, enduring though dynamic feeling of confidence that one's internal and external environments arc predictable and that there is a high probability that...things will work out as well as can reasonably be expected."7 Stress is not the occurrence of hardships per se; hardships become stressful only when...
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Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders: Frontiers for Preventive Intervention ...

Institute of Medicine, Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders - 1994 - 636 sidor
...pervasive, enduring, though dynamic, feeling of confidence that one's internal and external j -o £ environments are predictable and that there is a high...can reasonably be expected. (Antonovsky, 1979, p. xiii) Antonovsky's subsequent work has extended the model to examine the empirical support for and...
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Sound Mind, Sound Body: A New Model For Lifelong Health

Kenneth R. Pelletier - 1995 - 320 sidor
...money, or a worldview that he termed a "sense of coherence." This sense of coherence builds confidence that things will work out as well as can reasonably be expected and contributes to an individual's belief that he or she can in fact influence this outcome positively....
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Clinical Chaos: A Therapist's Guide to Nonlinear Dynamics and Therapeutic Change

Linda L. Chamberlain, Michael R. Bütz - 1998 - 225 sidor
...confidence that one's internal and external environment are predictable and that there is a high prohahility that things will work out as well as can reasonably be expected" (p. l23l. He emphasizes that this definition should not be confused with the notion of "I am in control."...
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Families Making Sense of Death

Janice Winchester Nadeau - 1998 - 289 sidor
...the pervasive, enduring feeling of confidence that environments are predictable and that it is likely that things will work out as well as can reasonably be expected. In his later work, Antonovsky defined sense of coherence as the extent to which one sees one's world...
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Moving Families: Expatriation, Stress and Coping

Mary Haour-Knipe - 2001 - 241 sidor
...disposal which are adequate to meet the demands posed by the stimuli that bombard one. The person feels there is 'a high probability that things will work out as well as can reasonably be expected'. Life events are seen as experiences that can be coped with, as challenges that can be met. At worst,...
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