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    Title: 社會問題解決模式在台灣的適用性及其與壓力、憂鬱的關係
    The Generalizability of Social Problem Solving Model in Taiwanese and It’s Relationship with Stress, Depression.
    Authors: 王韋婷
    Wang,Wei Ting
    Contributors: 許文耀
    Wang,Wei Ting
    Keywords: 社會問題解決
    Social problem-solving
    Major negative events
    everyday problems
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2009-09-17 13:14:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以確立中文版『社會問題解決量表-修正版(簡稱SPSI-R)』之因素結構及探討社會問題解決與憂鬱、壓力之關係為主要目的。
    Confirmatory factor analysis was used to investigate the generalizability of the factor structure of the Social Problem-Solving Inventory- Revised (SPSI-R; D’Zurilla, Nezu, & Mayden-Olivares, 2002) The SPSI-R is based on a theoretical model and was modified by empirical data consisting of five factors – positive problem orientation, negative problem orientation, rational problem solving style, impulsivity/carelessness style, avoidance style.
    According to the theory model and empirical data with Chinese sample, the present study proposed another two alternative model. Thus, three different model were tested. With the sample of 916 Taiwanese undergraduate students, the results showed that the original five factor model which was proposed by D’Zurilla et al. was the best for SPSI-R in the sense of goodness of fit. This finding supports the Generalizability of SPSI-R in Taiwanese.
    Using the five-factor model of SPSI-R to examine the relation between SPSI-R and depression. Negative problem orientation and avoidance style were both significantly related to depression even after partialing out the variance of “Style” and “Orientation” respectively. While exploring the influence of SPSI-R on the relationship of stress and depression, a support was found for the moderator hypothesis which assumes that social problem solving interacts with everyday problems to influence the level of depression. Therefore, the findings in present study supported the distinction of five factors in SPSI-R. The implications of these results for social problem solving theory and assessment are also discussed.
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