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A Comparative Study of Communication Type and Stress Coping Style between Hwabyung Patients Group and Non-Hwabyung Patients Group
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  • Journal title : Journal of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
  • Volume 26, Issue 4,  2015, pp.365-382
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
  • DOI : 10.7231/jon.2015.26.4.365
 Title & Authors
A Comparative Study of Communication Type and Stress Coping Style between Hwabyung Patients Group and Non-Hwabyung Patients Group
Choi, Yoon-Hee; Jin, Mu-Kyoung; Kim, Bo-Kyung;
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 Abstract
Objectives: Interpersonal stress is a major cause and aggravating factor of Hwabyung. The purpose of this study was to compare communication type and stress coping style between the Hwabyung patients group and non-Hwabyung patients group. Methods: The total number of study participants was 101. Based on the Hwabyung symptom scale, the study participants were divided into Hwabyung patients group (30 patients) and non-Hwabyung patients group (43 patients; control group), and the others were excluded from the study . All included patients were administered the Virginia Satir’s communication type questionnaire and stress coping scale based on Folkman & Lazarus’s theory. The independent t-test was used to determine the statistical significance between the features of communication types and stress coping styles in each group. In addition, Spearman correlation analysis was used to identify the relationship between communication types and stress coping styles. Results and Conclusions: 1. Communication types differed significantly between the Hwabyung patients group and non-Hwabyung patients group. 2. Hwabyung patients scored significantly higher in each dysfunctional communication type than functional communication type. Scores of placating stance and super-reasonable stance, which were subtypes of dysfunctional communication type, were high in the Hwabyung patients group. The non-Hwabyung patients group scored the highest in Congruent stance, classified as functional communication type. 3. Stress coping style was not significantly different between the two groups.
 Keywords
Hwabyung;Satir;Communication type;Stress coping;
 Language
Korean
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