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The Alpha-Omega Scale: The Measurement of Stress Situation Coping Styles

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Title: The Alpha-Omega Scale: The Measurement of Stress Situation Coping Styles
Creators: Newman, Isadore; Smith, Pamela J.; Griffith, Diann C.; Maloney, Patrick; Dambrot, Faye H.; Sterns, Harvey; Daubney, John
Issue Date: 1983-12
Citation: The Ohio Journal of Science. v83, n5 (December, 1983), 241-246
Abstract: Our paper discusses the use and validity studies of the Alpha-Omega Scale of coping styles for life stress situations. The validation of the Alpha-Omega Scale on a sample of student and non-student population illustrated the ability of this scale to differentiate between known groups. The evidence indicated that the Alpha-Omega Scale exhibits diagnostic potential to differentiate between groups related to their coping styles in stress situations. The relationship between the Alpha-Omega Scale and the Templer Death Anxiety Scale were also investigated psychometrically and conceptually. The Alpha-Omega Scale showed better psychometric properties and is conceptually more appealing than the Templer Death Anxiety Scale because it is more sensitive to individual characteristics and is multi-dimensional. Implications of further usefulness and research are also presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/22961
ISSN: 0030-0950
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