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Author: Díaz Sibaja, Miguel Ángel
Comeche Moreno, María Isabel
Mas Hesse, Blanca
Díaz García, Marta
Vallejo Pareja, Miguel Ángel
Date: 2008
Published in: Apuntes de Psicología, 26 (1), 91-101.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Los objetivos de esta investigación fueron evaluar las estrategias de afrontamiento del estrés que utilizan los enfermos de Crohn y Colitis Ulcerosa una vez diagnosticada las enfermedad y relacionar estas estrategias con el estado de ánimo (depres...
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The objectives of this research were to evaluate the stress coping strategies that Crohn and Ulcerative Colitis patients use once the illness is diagnosed and to relate these strategies with the mood (depressive - not depressive), with the aim of determining which coping strategies are influencing more in the patient mood. The sample was formed by 40 patients. They completed a demographic questionnaire, the Beck Depression Inventory and the Coping Strategies Questionnaire by Lazarus and Folkman. The data of this study reflect that a high percentage of Crohn and Ulcerative Colitis patients (45%) are depressed, and differences relating the sex and employed situation are statistically significant, being women and unemployed, retired or housewife patients who got a higher score in depression. Likewise, the coping strategy that better predicts the mood depression state is the avoidance.
Cite: Díaz Sibaja, M.Á., Comeche Moreno, M.I., Mas Hesse, B., Díaz García, M. y Vallejo Pareja, M.Á. (2008). Enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal: depresión y estrategias de afrontamiento. Apuntes de Psicología, 26 (1), 91-101.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/84975

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