Health sciences undergraduate students' perceived meaning of life and their coping styles
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Purpose: The aim of this study is to determine health sciences undergraduate students' perceived meaning of life and coping styles and the correlation between them. Design and Methods: This is a descriptive study. The study sample consisted of 1160 students. Data were collected using a personal information form, the personal meaning profile (PMP), and the ways of coping inventory (WCI). Findings: Participants had the highest mean scores on PMP relationship and intimacy subscales while they had the highest and lowest mean scores on WCI self-confident coping style and submissive coping style subscales, respectively. Practice Implications: It is thought that the study will guide us in the process of vocational training of students or guidance and counseling services provided to them. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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