The Coping Skills Assessment identifies how people cope with stress and what their predominant coping strategies are. Before you invest the time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for skills like:
- Problem Solving
This test provides the answers you need to make informed decisions.
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Purpose: The Coping Skills Assessment assesses a person’s coping skills and his/her predominant methods of coping with stress.
- Therapy and Counseling
- Personal development
- Employee Assistance Programs
12 COSA – R2 SCALES:
- Social Support
- Positive Cognitive Restructuring
- Emotional Regulation
- Social Withdrawal
No. of questions: 64
Question type: Self-report
Estimated completion time: 10 minutes
Shorter versions of assessment: N/A
Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards ; EEOC standards (gender, age, ethnicity)
• Sample Size: 8998
• Cronbach’s Alpha: 0.94
Features Benchmarks: Available (general population and 95 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available
- Detailed narrative interpretation
- List of frequently used coping techniques
Coping Skills Assessment Factors and Scales: Overall Score plus 3 factors, divided into 12 scales:
- Problem-Focused Coping: Refers to ways of handling stress that deal with taking action in order to improve the stressor.
- Emotion-Focused Coping: Methods of handling stressful situations that entail learning how to deal with the situation emotionally.
- Empty Coping Strategies/Hang-Ups: Entails “empty” coping strategies that generally will not be helpful in dealing with stressful situations.