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Background to the Röder Coping Data
Data analysed in: Kroonenberg, P. M. (2008). Applied multiway data analysis. Hoboken NJ: Wiley.
The original data set consisted of 392 primary school children between
8 and 12 year-old. A subset of 14 "extreme" children were selected for several
of the analyses. The children were asked to react on 8 emotions and coping strategies
scales for each of 6 situations. The data are arranged as "three-way rating scale data"
The complete data set as well as the data set containing the data of a group of asthmatic children
can be requested from The Three-Mode Company. We also have a limited number of copies available of the
Rö (2000) thesis for researchers working in the area.
- Kroonenberg, P. M., & Röder, I. (2008). Situational dependence of emotions and coping
strategies in children with asthma. A three-mode component analysis (pp. 191- 198). In K.
Shigemasu, A. Okada, T. Imaizumi, & T. Hoshino (Eds.), New trends in psychometrics. Tokyo:
Universal Academic Press.
- Röder, I. (2000).
Stress in children with asthma: Coping and social support in the school context.
Unpublished doctoral thesis, Leiden University,
Leiden, The Netherlands.
- Röder, I., Boekaerts, M., & Kroonenberg, P. M. (2002). The stress and coping questionnaire for
children (School version and Asthma version): Construction, factor structure, and psychometric
properties. Psychological Reports, 91, 29-36.
- Röder, I., Kroonenberg, P. M., & Boekaerts, M. (2003). Psychosocial functioning and
stress-processing of children with asthma in the school context: differences and similarities with
children without asthma. Journal of Asthma, 40, 777-787.
Rows (1st mode): Situations
| 1.||Succee ||Fail to fulfill assingments in class |
| 2.||NoPart ||Not allowed to play with other children |
| 3.||TeacNo ||Forbidden to do something by the teacher |
| 4.||Bullie ||Victim of bullying |
| 5.||NotWrk ||Too much school work |
| 6.||MothNo ||Forbidden to do something by the mother |
Columns (2nd mode): Scales
| 1.||Annoy ||Unpleasant |
| 2.||Sad ||Sad |
| 3.||Afraid||Afraid |
| 4.||Angry ||Angry |
| 5.||Approa||Approach coping |
| 6.||Avoid ||Avoidant coping |
| 7.||Suppor||Social support seeking |
| 8.||Agresi||Emotional reaction (esp. aggression) |
Slices (3rd mode): Children
Fourteen selected children out of the total sample of 392 children.
A three-way data array X = (x(i,j,k)) has the following form
|-----| | |..
| | | |..
| | |____|i=I=6 k=K=14
| |____| k=2
The actual data file has the following form:
| |.. k= 1
| |.. k= 2
| |.. k=14
Thus the first mode (i) is nested in the third mode (k) and
there are 6 (situations) times 14 (children) rows and 8 (scales)
The data can be centred and normalised in two different ways as is common for three-way rating scale data.
For details see Kroonenberg (2008). Applied multiway data analysis. Hoboken NJ: Wiley (Chapters 6 and 14).
These data have kindly been made available for bonafide researchers by Dr. Irma Röder (previously Leiden University).
Please be sure to quote her papers mentioned
above and this website when using these data in a publication.
[Download the Röder Coping Data]
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Last Updated: 11-7-2009