Author(s): Fulya YÜKSEL-?AH?N, Merve GÜNDÜZ
The study is a descriptive study designed to investigate whether psychological counselor candidates’ coping styles with stress differentiate at a significant level or not in terms of their multi-measure agentic personality traits, subjective well-being and risk factors. A total of 476 psychological counselor candidates, 356 female and 120 male, participated in the research. The measurement tools used to obtain research data are “The Scale of Coping Styles with Stress”, “The Multi- Measure Agentic Personality Scale”, “Subjective WellBeing Scale” and “List for Identifying Risk Factors”. The collected data were analyzed by MANOVA Wilks’Lambda (λ) Test, ANOVA Welch Test, t-test and the Mann-Whitney U test. The results of the study revealed that psychological counselor candidates’ scores on coping styles with stress differ significantly according to their multi-measure agentic personality traits, subjective well-being and risk factors.