Assessing the link between coping patterns and interpersonal behaviors in depressed women

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Title
Assessing the link between coping patterns and interpersonal behaviors in depressed women
Journal
Archives of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
Author(s)
Schwartzman Deborah, Thompson Katherine, D'Iuso Debora, Dobson Keith S., Kramer Ueli, Drapeau Martin
ISSN
1509-2046
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2012
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Number
2
Pages
23-33
Language
english
Abstract
Aim. Stressful life events are an important contributor to the onset and course of depression. Coping strategies
and interpersonal patterns have been found to mediate the effects of stress [1].
Methods. This study examined the relationship between coping patterns and interpersonal interactions in
early psychotherapy sessions of 25 female patients with major depression. Transcripts were rated for coping
patterns using the Coping Patterns Rating Scale (CPRS; [2]). Interpersonal patterns were assessed
using the Structural Analysis of Social Behavior (SASB; [3]).
Results. Significant correlations were found between coping patterns and markers of interpersonal functioning
in selected contexts.
Discussion. The implications of these findings in understanding an important aspect of vulnerability to
depression and enhancing treatment outcome are discussed.
Keywords
coping patterns , depression , interpersonal patterns , cognitive behavioral therapy , CPRS , coping patterns rating scale , SASB
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