Download Examining Relationships between Proactive Coping and Experiences of Personal and PDF

TitleExamining Relationships between Proactive Coping and Experiences of Personal and
LanguageEnglish
File Size1.8 MB
Total Pages224
Table of Contents
                            University of Northern Colorado
Scholarship & Creative Works @ Digital UNC
	5-1-2015
Examining Relationships between Proactive Coping and Experiences of Personal and Posttraumatic Growth during Anticipatory Grief
	Kylie BreAnn Rogalla
		Recommended Citation
tmp.1455905885.pdf.E9IAZ
                        
Document Text Contents
Page 1

University of Northern Colorado
Scholarship & Creative Works @ Digital UNC

Dissertations Student Research

5-1-2015

Examining Relationships between Proactive
Coping and Experiences of Personal and
Posttraumatic Growth during Anticipatory Grief
Kylie BreAnn Rogalla

Follow this and additional works at: http://digscholarship.unco.edu/dissertations

This Text is brought to you for free and open access by the Student Research at Scholarship & Creative Works @ Digital UNC. It has been accepted for
inclusion in Dissertations by an authorized administrator of Scholarship & Creative Works @ Digital UNC. For more information, please contact
[email protected]

Recommended Citation
Rogalla, Kylie BreAnn, "Examining Relationships between Proactive Coping and Experiences of Personal and Posttraumatic Growth
during Anticipatory Grief " (2015). Dissertations. 47.
http://digscholarship.unco.edu/dissertations/47

http://digscholarship.unco.edu?utm_source=digscholarship.unco.edu%2Fdissertations%2F47&utm_medium=PDF&utm_campaign=PDFCoverPages
http://digscholarship.unco.edu/dissertations?utm_source=digscholarship.unco.edu%2Fdissertations%2F47&utm_medium=PDF&utm_campaign=PDFCoverPages
http://digscholarship.unco.edu/students?utm_source=digscholarship.unco.edu%2Fdissertations%2F47&utm_medium=PDF&utm_campaign=PDFCoverPages
http://digscholarship.unco.edu/dissertations?utm_source=digscholarship.unco.edu%2Fdissertations%2F47&utm_medium=PDF&utm_campaign=PDFCoverPages
http://digscholarship.unco.edu/dissertations/47?utm_source=digscholarship.unco.edu%2Fdissertations%2F47&utm_medium=PDF&utm_campaign=PDFCoverPages
mailto:[email protected]

Page 2

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO

Greeley, Colorado

The Graduate School





EXAMINING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PROACTIVE

COPING AND EXPERIENCES OF PERSONAL AND

POSTTRAUMATIC GROWTH DURING

ANTICIPATORY GRIEF





A Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment

of the Requirements for the Degree of

Doctor of Philosophy







Kylie BreAnn Rogalla







College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Department of Applied Psychology and Counselor Education

Counselor Education and Supervision











May 2015

Page 112

101







scale (M= 8.09; mode=10). Lastly, participants were asked to provide information on two

condition and (2) the life expectancy of that person as determined by medical personnel.

Many participants were unable or chose not to answer one or both of these time-oriented

questions. Time since notification of the terminal illness was readily supplied by

participants in most cases (83%), but less than half provided life expectancy information

(48.3%). More discussion on this topic takes place in Chapter V.

Below is a descriptive statistic and frequency table (Table 2) of the obtained

demographic items (n = 120). Interestingly, age and life expectancy were left blank often

in this sample. Possible implications of this missing data are discussed in Chapter V.

Page 113

102







Table 2

Demographic Information

Variable Description Recorded Missing
Age M = 52.71 SD = 16.5 87 33


Gender



Female (83.3%)

Male (15.3%)



118



2



Geographical

Region



Midwest (44.2%)

West (25%)

South (18.3%)

Northeast (9.2%)

International (2.5%)



119



1



Ethnicity



Caucasian (89.2%)

Hispanic (4.2%)

Other (2.5%)

Asian (1.7%)

African American (.8%)



118



2



Religious

Affiliation



Christian (71.7%)

Unaffiliated (atheist, agnostic) (20%)

Other (5%)

Jewish (1.7%)

Buddhist (1.7%)



120



0



Relationship to

Terminal Person



Parent (42.5%)

Spouse (17.5%)

Friend (10.8%)

Other (10%)

Grandparent (7.5%)

Child (5%)

Sibling (3.3%)





116





4



Intimacy

(Closeness)


M = 8.09 SD = 1.7
*1-10 scale (10 highest)



120



0



Life Expectancy


M = 9.3 SD = 9.9 (months)



58



62



Time since

Notification


M = 11.6 SD = 20.8(months)



102



18



Support Services







Conversations with family/friends (82.5%)

Conversations with agency staff (37.5%)

Religious support (30%)

Conversations with medical staff (15%)

Online support (14%)

Other (10.8%)

Support groups (10%)

None (5.8%)

*participants checked all that applied



119



1

Page 223

212







Homoscedasticity (Scatterplot of Standardized Residuals)

Page 224

213

Similer Documents