The Coping Response Inventory

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The Coping Response Inventory (Mahmood & Sheraz, Urdu)

The Coping Response Inventory is developed by Moos (2002). Coping Response Inventory (CRI) has eight scales include Approach Coping Styles in which logical analysis, positive reappraisal, seeking guidance and support, and problem-solving included, and Avoidance Coping Styles comprised acceptance or resignation, cognitive avoidance, seeking alternative rewards, and emotional discharge. The coefficient alpha values of the instrument for the eight scales ranged from .67 for logical analysis, .74 for positive reappraisal, .61 for seeking guidance and support, .68 for problem-solving, .72 for cognitive avoidance, .64 for acceptance and resignation, .62 for emotional discharge. The eight indices are moderately inter-correlated (r =.29 for men & r =.25 for women) (Moos, 1993). It is a self-report in which recognizes behavioral & cognitive replies that the person uses to manage with the stressful or problematic conditions.

In the current study Urdu version of the coping response inventory translated by Mahmood & Sheraz (2012) used to measure the coping response. The coefficient alpha value of the instrument was (r = .51) significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed). Respondents were asked to use 4-point severity/frequency scales to give rate the degree to which they have experience.


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