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Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)


ISSN  1225-4886 (Print)
Published since 1989
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1995 Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)ALL

Page 166 ~ 180
제목 통증 대응 측정도구(Coping Strategy Questionnire)의 타당도 조사 연구
Title The Empirical Validity of Coping Strategy Questionnaire in Korean Patients with Chronic Pain
저자 허혜경
Author Hur Hea Kung
주요어 만성통증, 대응
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The coping strategy questionnaire(CSQ)(Rosenstiel & Keefe 1983) is a self report instrutment designed to assess six cognitive and two behavioral coping strategies of patients with chronic pain. Studies examining the factor structure of the CSQ have yielded factor that have generally not replicated across samples and are difficult to interpret. Accordingly the CSQ responses for 101 Korean patients with chronic pain was examined for construct validity and concurrent validity. An item factor anslysis of CSQ revealed an eight factor structure of the eight original subscales : Factor 1, Reinterpreting Pain Sensation, Ignoring Pain Sensation ; Factor 2, Diverting attention; Factor 3, Ignoring Pain Behavior; Factor 4, Catestrophizing ; Factor 5, Praying or Hoping related to God; Factor 6, Increasing Pain Behavior; Factor 7, Increasing Activity Level ; Factor 8, Praying or Hoping related to Health Professional. Because Factor 3 appeared to mix up three subscales, it was renamed 'Ignoring Pain Behavior'. The four of eight factor solution obtained in this study is similiar to the five factor subscales obtained by Swartzman et al (1994) and Tuttle, Shutty & DeGood (1987). The eight factors obtained in this study are similar to the theoretical constructs used in developing the CSQ. The concurrent validity was analyized using the correlation between the seven subscales of the CSQ and depression assessed using Zung's Depression Scale. The subscales interpreting pain sensation and ignoring pain sensation (Factor 1), ignoring pain behavior (Factor 3) and increasing pain behavior (Factor 6) were associated negatively with depression(r=-.2993, p<.05;r=-.3783, p<.01; r=-.2859, p<.05), and catestrophizing (Factor 4) was associated positively with depression (r=.5200, p<.01) but only for patients reporting scores of pain intensity higher than five. Some individuals cope with chronic pain effectively and are emotionally well adjusted, leading an active and full life style. Therefore it is an important to understand how individuals cope with chronic pain. The results of this study can be used to assess coping strategies that Korean patients use to deal with chronic pain.
Page Title Author
141~165 An Ethnogaphic Study of Health Concept and Health Behavior in the Urban, Poor Elderly Lee Young Hee
166~180 The Empirical Validity of Coping Strategy Questionnaire in Korean Patients with Chronic Pain Hur Hea Kung
181~211 A Study on Elderly's Powerlessness Kim Kyung Eun, Choi Young Hee
212~227 A Study of the Effect of an Efficacy Expectation Promoting Program on Self-Efficacy and Self-Care Lee Young Whee
228~244 A Study on the Health Status of the Hospitalized Elderly Choi Gong Ok
245~258 The Effect of Preparatory Information on Uncertainty, Anxiety and Depression of Post Operative Patient with Gastric Cancer Seong Eun Hee, Hong Mi Soon
259~269 Study on the Relationship Between Social Role and Mental-emotional Health of Aged People in Korea Ro Seung Ok
270~278 A Conceptual Analysis to Fatigue Yang Kwang Hee
279~298 The Study on the Content Analysis of Caring, Supporting, Nursing Situation Lee Sook Ja, Chang Sung Ok
299~312 The Factors affecting Quality of Life of Hemodialysis Patients Kim Joo Hyun, Kim Mae Ja