Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mithat DURAK Clinical Psychologist

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Mithat DURAK, 05.02.2009, Bolu

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Abstract

The Emotional Approach Coping Scale is frequently used to assess coping, which consists of emotional processing and emotional expression. The present aim was to examine the psychometric properties of this scale by utilizing two independent samples: university students (n = 481) and community members (n = 284). Based on goodness-of-fit indices in confirmatory factor analysis, a two-factor model yielded significant findings in these samples. The results of multi-group analysis revealed that the theoretical structure of the dispositional Emotional Approach Coping Scale was the same for men and women. In addition to sufficient internal consistency and test-retest reliability, the relationships between the Emotional Approach Coping Scale and five conceptually related measures (coping styles, positive affect, negative affect, depression, and trait anxiety) demonstrated concurrent validity. Furthermore, the present study provides a map of emotional approach coping styles in a non-Western culture.


Citation Styles
  • APA 6th

    Durak, M., & Senol-Durak, E. (2011). Turkish validation of the Emotional Approach Coping Scale. Psychological Reports, 109(1), 147-166. doi: 10.2466/02.08.20.21.pr0.109.4.147-166.

  • MLA

    Durak, Mithat, and Emre Senol-Durak. ""Turkish Validation of the Emotional Approach Coping Scale."" Psychological Reports 109.1 (2011): 147-66. Print.

  • AMA

    Durak M, Senol-Durak E. Turkish validation of the Emotional Approach Coping Scale. Psychol Rep. 2011/08/01 2011;109(1):147-166

  • Turabian - Chicago 15th

    Durak, Mithat, and Emre Senol-Durak. ""Turkish Validation of the Emotional Approach Coping Scale."" Psychological Reports 109, no. 1 (2011): 147-166.

  • Vancouver

    Durak M, Senol-Durak E. Turkish validation of the Emotional Approach Coping Scale. Psychol Rep. 2011 2011/08/01;109(1):147-66.

Citations to the Publication


Psychological Reports, 2011, 109(1), 147-166. DOI 10.2466/02.08.20.21
Mithat Durak & Emre Şenol- Durak
19.09.2011

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