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Identification and association of relationships between selected personal and environmental factors and formal components of temperament and strategies of coping with stress in asthmatic patients

Personal and environmental factors might have an impact on strategies of coping with stress and temperamental traits according to the Regulative Theory of Temperament in asthmatic patients. They can modify the clinical picture, the course of a disease and effectiveness of treatment. Personal variabl... Full description

Journal Title: Physiology & Behavior 01 October 2015, Vol.149, pp.269-278
Main Author: Panek, Michał
Other Authors: Pietras, Tadeusz , Witusik, Andrzej , Wieteska, Łukasz , Małachowska, Beata , Mokros, Łukasz , Fendler, Wojciech , Szemraj, Janusz , Kuna, Piotr
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title: Identification and association of relationships between selected personal and environmental factors and formal components of temperament and strategies of coping with stress in asthmatic patients
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  • Pietras, Tadeusz
  • Witusik, Andrzej
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  • Małachowska, Beata
  • Mokros, Łukasz
  • Fendler, Wojciech
  • Szemraj, Janusz
  • Kuna, Piotr
subjects:
  • Personality Traits (Temperament)
  • Strategies of Coping With Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Dyspnea
  • Nr3c1 Gene
  • Tgfbeta1
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Psychology
ispartof: Physiology & Behavior, 01 October 2015, Vol.149, pp.269-278
description: Personal and environmental factors might have an impact on strategies of coping with stress and temperamental traits according to the Regulative Theory of Temperament in asthmatic patients. They can modify the clinical picture, the course of a disease and effectiveness of treatment. Personal variables are key factors in determining formal characteristic of behavior and effective management method in asthmatic patients. The aim of the study was to identify selected personal and environmental factors, as well as factors inducing attacks and asthma exacerbations or maintaining them in a complex of personal traits of patients. Two hundred and eighty one participants were included in the study. Of this number 122 subjects were healthy volunteers and 159 were asthmatic patients. In all the subjects the authors applied the Formal Characteristic of Behaviour – FCZ-KT – Temperament Inventory, Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations (CISS), Beck Depression Inventory, State-Trait Anxiety Inventory and Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) Scale. Genotyping of polymorphic forms of NR3C1 gene was conducted with PCR-RFLP and PCR-HRM methods. Expression of TGFβ1 gene was measured with the use of qRT-PCR. The authors confirmed a significant influence of personal and environmental factors, such as: age, height, body weight, sex, asthma exacerbations, drugs administered by patients, allergy and psychopathological variables on strategies of coping with stress by asthmatic patients (Task-Oriented Coping, Emotion-Oriented Coping, Avoidance-Oriented Coping, distraction seeking, social diversion). Temperamental traits (Briskness, Perseverance, Sensory Sensitivity, Emotional Reactivity, Endurance, Activity) depend on age, sex, body weight, genetic predispositions and they are modified by asthma exacerbations, allergy, drugs administered by patients, depression and anxiety (state and trait). The authors confirmed a correlation between Tth111I polymorphic form of NR3C1 gene and perseverance (p = 0.0450). It was noted that an increase in the TGFβ1 expression level led to a decrease in the patients' emotional reactivity (p = 0.0212). Strategies of coping with stress and temperamental traits according to the Regulative Theory of Temperament in asthmatic patients are determined by personal and environmental factors.
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