Dispositional Coping Styles and Childhood Abuse History Among Japanese Undergraduate Students
Noriko Shikai*, 1, Masayo Uji2, Masahiro Shono3, Toshiaki Nagata4, Toshinori Kitamura2
Identifiers and Pagination:Year: 2008
First Page: 76
Last Page: 80
Publisher Id: TOFAMSJ-1-76
Article History:Received Date: 1/9/2008
Revision Received Date: 9/11/2008
Acceptance Date: 10/11/2008
Electronic publication date: 23/12/2008
Collection year: 2008
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Dispositional coping styles in adulthood may be influenced by one’s experiences as a child. Japanese university students were examined in terms of their coping styles and child abuse history. Regression analyses revealed that an emotion- oriented coping style was predicted by neglect and emotional abuse during childhood.