Table. 4.

Correlations between Coping Style and Variables (N=21)

Variables COVID-19 stress QEEG stress quotient


Fear of infection Difficulties of social distancing Anger toward others Total PTS (L) PTS (R) PDS (L) PDS (R)








r (p) r (p) r (p) r (p) r (p) r (p) r (p) r (p)
Active coping style
Problem solving .00 (.993) -.42 (.059) .50 (.022) .01 (.969) -.08 (.731) -.22 (.349) .04 (.864) -.01 (.967)
Seeking social support .02 (.938) -.12 (.615) .17 (.455) .07 (.780) .47 (.031) .24 (.305) .10 (.661) -.06 (.802)
Passive coping style
Emotional easiness .61 (.004) .72 (<.001) .04 (.850) .62 (.002) .20 (.387) .31 (.702) -.15 (.508) -.19 (.413)
Escape-avoidance .49 (.024) .43 (.053) .31 (.175) .55 (.009) -.12 (.599) -.01 (.952) -.25 (.282) -.14 (.553)
Wishful thinking .27 (.230) .04 (.861) .05 (.845) .21 (.363) .35 (.116) .27 (.243) .15 (.527) .05 (.819)

PTS (L)=physical tension & stress (left); PTS (R)=physical tension & stress (right); PDS (L)=psychological distraction & stress (left);

PDS (R)=psychological distraction & stress (right).

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