The Ways of Coping Questionnaire (WAYS) is used to measure the coping processes. As the definitive coping measure, the WAYS can assess and identify thoughts and actions that individuals use to cope with the stressful encounters of everyday living. Researchers have used it in many different studies to investigate the components and determinants of coping.
The Ways of Coping Questionnaire:
The WAYS can help counselors work with clients to develop practical coping skills by evaluating their process, strengths and weaknesses; while providing models of alternative coping mechanisms. The WAYS is excellent for research on coping and scales include: Confrontation Coping, Distancing, Self-Controlling, Seeking Social Support, Accepting Responsibility, Escape-Avoidance, Planful Problem Solving, and Positive Reappraisal.
Susan Folkman & Richard S. Lazarus
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