The relationship between coping styles, performance, ...
|Title||The relationship between coping styles, performance, and responses to stressful scenarios in police recruits|
|Author(s)||Vicki R. LeBlanc, Cheryl Regehr, R. B. Jelley, Irene Barath|
|Journal||International Journal of Stress Management|
|Abstract||This study investigated the relationship between coping styles and police recruits' stress responses and performance during a stressful event and the relationship between coping styles and traumatic symptoms. Recruits participated in a simulated stressful policing situation and were scored by expert raters. Distress measures included biological and psychological indicators of stress. Coping styles were associated with subjective and physiological distress but not with performance. Different coping styles were associated with different patterns of traumatic symptoms in the participants. Police recruits appear to rely on their training and skill sets in stressful situations regardless of how they manage their emotional response. Furthermore, the results suggest that different posttraumatic stress disorder manifestations may represent different pathologies, each associated with a different style of coping.|
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