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(p. 175) Adolescent Well-Being: Building Young People’s Resources 

(p. 175) Adolescent Well-Being: Building Young People’s Resources
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(p. 175) Adolescent Well-Being: Building Young People’s Resources
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Erica Frydenberg

and Ramon Lewis

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780198508144.003.0009
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date: 29 November 2020

This chapter considers the ways in which a theory of coping can be used as a platform from which to explore adolescent health and well-being. It outlines conceptualizations and models of coping and puts forward an integrated model which takes into account many of the research paradigms that relate to coping. It emphasizes the role that coping may place in enhancing the quality of life of young people.

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