Norman Endler, Ph.D, F.R.S.C. & James D.A.Parker, Ph.D
The CISS measures three major coping styles: Task-Oriented, Emotion-Oriented and Avoidance Coping.
It also identifies two types of avoidance patterns: Distraction and Social Diversion. The CISS is available in QuikScore format. The client's responses automatically transfer through to a hidden scoring page where you are guided through easy calculations.
Adult Version - Suitable for clients 18 years and older, the 48-item CISS-Adult has gender-specific norms for college students, correctional populations, psychiatric patients, and various occupational groups.
Adolescent Version - Suitable for clients between the ages 13 and 18 years. The 48-item CISS-Adolescent has gender-specific norms specific to adolescents. Mean and standard deviations are grouped as early adolescent and late adolescent.
CISS: Situation Specific Version - The CISS:SSC is a 21-item measure for adults. Responses are given with a designated stressful situtation in mind, such as social evaluation, change in social situation, relationship or interpersonal conflict and general stress.
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