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Table 1 Characterization of the five difficult coping situations

From: Construction and validity evidence of a scale for coping with difficult social academic interpersonal situations

Situations Description
Presentation at a seminar Analysis of the difficulty in facing a classroom presentation during the presentation of work.
Not allowing a colleague who does not work to join the group Moment when a colleague, already known for not helping in the performance of the work, asks to be integrated into the group. Difficulties in denying this inclusion.
Expressing opinion on the teaching method Intervention in situations where the student does not agree with the way the teacher develops the content of the discipline.
Receiving academic criticism from colleagues The way different judgments from colleagues regarding the academic conduct are dealt with.
New in class Coping with “breaking the ice” in a new group.