Author: Shaista Jamil
Supervisor: Farah Malik, PhD
Year: 2013- 2015
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
The present research aimed to study stress anxiety depression, proactive coping and psychological well-being in patients with angiography. Convenient sampling technique was used to collect data. A sample of 50 patients was selected from government hospitals of Lahore. Depression Stress Anxiety Scale (Lovibond & Lovibond, 1995), Proactive Coping Inventory, (Greenglass, Schwarzer & Taubert, 1999) and Ryff’s psychological Well-Being Scale (Ryff, 1995) were used to assess the stress anxiety, proactive coping and psychological well-being in patients with angiography. Pearson product correlation, hierarchal regression and independent samples t-test were used to see the relationship between stress anxiety, proactive coping and psychological well-being, regression was used to analyze whether age, education, stress anxiety depression and proactive coping predict psychological well-being. The results revealed that there was a positive relationship between proactive coping and psychological well-being. Further results of multiple regression analysis revealed that stress anxiety depression and proactive coping predicted psychological well-being Results of t-test analysis showed that there were differences in stress anxiety and psychological well-being among male and female patients of angiography. The study has implications in addressing the further role of stress anxiety and psychological well-being.
Keywords: Proactive Coping, Psychological Well-Being, Angiography.
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