Avoidance-oriented coping strategy ((Endler & Parker, 1988) refers to one of the three (3) major (stress) coping strategies that reduces Stress by retreating into a different activity , which however leads only to temporary relief.
Avoidance-oriented coping strategy involves denying or minimising the seriousness of the situation and concious suppression of stressful thoughts and their replacement by self-protective thoughts.
Avoidance-oriented coping strategy is also called Avoidance-oriented strategy or Avoidance-oriented coping.
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