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Title: Impact of Hope, Resilience, And Cognitive Flexibility on Stress and Immunity
Authors: Gupta, Ashima
Supervisor: Ganguly, Sohinee
Keywords: Immunity,Hope, Stress,;Resilience;Cognitive flexibility;Mental flexibility;Perceived Stress
Issue Date: 21-Nov-2022
Abstract: This study focused on the relationship between Hope, Resilience, Cognitive Flexibility, Stress and Immunity by using a sample of individuals aged between 18 to 30 years. The sample consists of 200 individuals. The adult hope scale was used which was developed by Snyder in 1997. To measure resilience, Brief Resilience Scale developed by Smith et al in 2008 was used. Also, Cognitive flexibility scale developed by Martin and Rubin (1995) which estimates individual's attention to correspondence choices, readiness to adjust to the circumstance, and self-viability in being adaptable was used. To measure stress, Cohen’s (1988) perceived stress scale was used. Also, the immune status questionnaire developed by Wilod Versprille et al. in 2019 was used. The results indicated that there exists a negative relationship between hope and stress; resilience and stress; and cognitive flexibility and stress. Also, a positive relationship was found with resilience and immunity and cognitive flexibility and immunity.
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