pearlin

pearlin

(ˈpɜːlɪn)
n
a type of lace used to trim clothes
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A medida que se acumulan los estresores, las capacidades para hacer frente o reajustarse pueden ser sobrepesadas, disminuyendo los recursos fisicos y psicologicos, a favor de aumentar la probabilidad de enfermedad, o trastorno fisico o psicologico (Brown & Harris, 1978; Dohrenwend & Dohrenwend, 1974; Lazarus & Folkman, 1984; Pearlin, 1989).
The open reading frame of pearlin was subcloned into the expression vector pET32a(+) and used to transform Escherichia coli BL21 (DE3) strain.
In exploring the influence of parents' financial behavior on their children's behavior, we control for Pearlin Mastery scale taken by the mother in the 1992 NLSY79 survey as a proxy for parents' general skill.
Pearlin argued that because well-being is associated with people's access to resources and their patterned experiences within institutions, stress is an inherently sociological problem.
These findings are in favor of our study and consistent with the previous findings of various researches showing lower psychological wellbeing among spouses of psychiatric patients (Aneshensel, Pearlin, Mullan, Zarit, and Whitlatch, 1995; Fillingim, 2000; Piccinelli and Wilkinson, 2000; Angermeyer, Kilian, Wilms and Wittmund, 2006; Manguno-Mire, Sautter, Lyons, Myers, Perry, Sherman, and Sullivan, 2007).
Las diferentes respuestas personales ante las situaciones estresoras (independientemente de la naturaleza de dichas situaciones) resultan de los esfuerzos individuales por hacer frente a la fuente de estres, modificarla, o bien al regular sus respuestas emocionales ante esta, dotandola de un significado diferente para reducir su grado de amenaza (Lazarus & Folkman, 1984, 1986; Pearlin, 1989).
College students frequently encounter stressors while adapting to their new educational and social environments (Misra & Castillo, 2004; Ross, Niebling, & Heckert, 1999); which, if perceived negatively, may have an adverse effect on academic performance, increase vulnerability to psychological distress, and negatively impact physical health (Campbell & Svenson, 1992; Caplan, 1981; Lazarus & Folkman, 1984; Pancer, Hunsberger, Pratt, & Alisat, 2000; Pearlin, 1999; Struthers, Perry, & Menec, 2000; Thoits, 1995).
Self-esteem refers to the evaluation and attitudes that individuals have about themselves, their appearance, their aspirations, and their ability to cope with problems (Hobfoll & Walfisch, 1984; Pearlin & Schooler, 1978).
Pearlin (1991) habla de la sobrecarga en relacion con el conjunto de situaciones estresantes que resultan de cuidar a alguien, mientras que Zarit (1996) la define como el grado en que los cuidadores perciben que su salud, vida social y personal y situacion economica cambian por el hecho de cuidar a alguien, siendo esta ultima definicion la mas aceptada actualmente.
We used the Pearlin and Schooler Global Mastery Scale (1978) as a proxy for positive self-efficacy beliefs.