The Coping Self-Efficacy Scale (CSES) measures an individual's degree of confidence that s/he can perform coping behaviors when faced with life challenges. The CSES consists of three subscales measuring Problem-focused Coping, Emotion-focused Coping, and Social Support Coping. The CSES is administered as a 26-item form.
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Features of the CSES
Purpose: Measures an individual's degree of confidence that s/he can perfom coping behaviors when faced with life challenges.
Length: 26 items
Average completion time: 10 minutes
Target Population: High School age and older
Administration: For individual or group administration
Uses of the CSES:
Social Support coping
Available with CSES License to Administer or CSES Research Permission:
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