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Korean J Med Educ > Volume 19(3); 2007 > Article
Korean Journal of Medical Education 2007;19(3): 225-233. doi: https://doi.org/10.3946/kjme.2007.19.3.225
스트레스 대처방식이 의과대학생들의 주관적 안녕감에 미치는 영향
고진경, 윤태영, 박재현
경희대학교 의과대학 의학교육학교실
The Effects of Coping Style on Subjective Well-Being Among Medical Students
Jinkyung Ko, Tai Young Yoon, Jaehyun Park
Department of Medical Education, School of Medicine, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, Korea.
Corresponding Author: Jinkyung Ko ,Tel: 02)961-9102, Fax: 02)969-0792, Email: michkay@khu.ac.kr
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE: This study aims to explore which coping strategies medical students use more often, and how coping styles account for medical students' subjective well-being. METHODS: Subjects included 249 medical students from undergraduate and Graduate Entry Programme of a medical school in Seoul, Korea. Coping style was measured using the Ways of Coping Checklist. Subjective well-being was measured with Positive/Negative Affect Scale and Satisfaction with Life Scale. Analysis of Variance(ANOVA) was used to compare four coping strategies, and stepwise multiple regression was used to analyze the accountability of each of the coping strategy for subjective well-being. RESULTS: Medical students used avoidance and problem-focused coping strategy more often than they used emotion-focused coping strategy and seeking social support. Graduate Entry Programme students used avoidance less often and seeking social support more often than undergraduate students. Among subscales of subjective well-being, positive affect can be accounted for by problem-focused coping and seeking social support, and negative affect can be accounted for by problem-focused coping and avoidance. Life satisfaction can be accounted for by problem-focused coping as well. CONCLUSION: The results of this study showed that medical students had high adaptability as well as strong anxiety toward stressful situations in medical school. Moreover, three among the four coping strategies accounted for medical students' subjective well-being. These findings should be considered as a baseline for future research looking into additional variables affecting medical students' well-being.
Keywords: Stress;Coping;Coping style;Subjective well-being;Medical education;Adjustment
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