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《Journal of the Fourth Military Medical University》 2006-04
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Relationship between perceived stress, personality traits and coping styles of military personnel stationed in high altitude areas

ZHAO Jing-Bo1, XIE Ya-Ning1, REN Zhong-Wen2, LEI Ming-Qiang3 1Department of Psychology, Southern Medical University, Guangzhou 510515,China, 2Department of Psychiatry, Kunming General Hospital, Chengdu Military Area Command, Kunming 650223, China, 3Bureau of Health Care, Tibet Military Area Command, Lasa 850000, China  
AIM: To explore the relationship between perceived stress, personality traits and coping styles of military personnel stationed in high altitude areas. METHODS: By randomized group sampling method, 490 military personnel in high altitude area were assessed with Simplified Coping Style Questionnaire, Life Event Scale and Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (EPQ). RESULTS: Positive coping styles were influenced by EPQ-E and perceived stress from work and environment, and negative coping styles were influenced by EPQ-N and perceived stress from interrelationship and adaptive events. The results from pathway analysis indicated that perceived stress could affect coping styles directly and indirectly, and its indirect affection through personality traits was more obvious. CONCLUSION: Coping style is affected by the differences of perceived stress and personality and the latter has greater indirect effect on the coping styles.
【Fund】: 军队“十五”指令性课题(01L073)
【CateGory Index】: E0-051
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