The Research Status of Learned Resourcefulness
Abstract: Learned resourcefulness is an important personal resource of cognitive-behavioral coping skills. Extensive and compelling evidence reveals that persons with higher levels of learned resourcefulness are better able to overcome life’s stress and facilitate health functioning. This article reviewed the research status of learned resourcefulness, aiming to show the research hotspots of learned resourcefulness, then enhance thorough understanding of medical worker and pay their attention, analyze the research gap and shortage at present, and predict the future research orientation.
文章引用: 和晓凤 , 高玲玲 , 杨晓 , 邓永芳 (2013) 习得性智谋的研究现状。 护理学， 2， 15-19. doi: 10.12677/NS.2013.22004
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