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Borisova I.V., Zyuzya A.A., Verkhorubova O.V. Coping behavior of Russian and German parents of preschoolers

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p620-624
 
Coping behavior of Russian and German parents of preschoolers
Irina Vadimovna Borisova, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Anna Alekseevna Zyuzya, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Oksana Viktorovna Verkhorubova, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Bryansk State University named after Academician I.G. Petrovsky

Abstract
The article presents the results of a study of the coping behavior of Russian and German parents of preschool children. Statistical significant differences were found in the behavior of Russian and German parents of preschool children in difficult stressful situations. It was found that German parents more often than Russian parents use positive behavioral strategies. There were no significant differences in the manifestation of negative and neutral coping behavior strategies between Russian and German parents.
Keywords: coping behavior, Russian parents, German parents.

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