1. I wait for the cyberbullying to stop
2. I ask for help on a forum
3. I focus on solving the cyberbullying problem immediately
4. I vent my emotions to myself
5. I think that other people are experiencing things that are much worse
6. I tell the cyberbullies when their behavior is bothering me
7. I think the cyberbullying event will make me a “stronger” person
8. I retaliate by cyberbullying
9. I try not to think about the cyberbullying
10.I think that the cyberbullying is not hurting me personally
11.I try to find a new way to stop the cyberbullying
12.I express my feelings
13.I think that I cannot change anything about the cyberbullying event
14.I laugh about the cyberbully/event
15.I delete the message from my profile or e-mail
16.I constantly think how terrible the cyberbullying is
17.I let the cyberbullying happen without reacting
18.I try to find the cause of the cyberbullying
19.I act as if the cyberbullying did not happen
20.I throw or break stuff
21.I contact the people behind the website
22.I think that there are worse things in life
23.I think that the cyberbullying will stop
24.I talk about the cyberbullying event with friends‚ family or someone I trust
25.I weep with grief
26.I save print screens‚ messages and text messages as evidence
27.I think about fun things that are not related to cyberbullying
28.I ignore the cyberbullies
29.I ask someone (parent‚ teacher‚ friend‚ peer) for help
30.I cannot think about anything else than being cyberbullied
31.I tell the cyberbullies to stop
32.I joke about the cyberbullying event
33.I think that it is just a game with the computer or telephone
34.I think about which steps I need to take to stop the cyberbullying
35.I show my irritation to the cyberbully
mental coping (a= .7‚ r= .65)‚ passive coping (a= .73‚ r= .47)‚ social coping (a= .73‚ r= .74) and confrontational coping (a= .68‚ r= .6).
“never”‚ “sometimes”‚ “regularly”‚ “often”‚ or “almost always”
mental coping (items 3‚ 5‚ 9‚ 11‚ 18)‚ passive coping (items 1‚ 17‚ 19‚ 23‚ 27‚ 28)‚ social coping (items 24‚ 26‚ 29) and confrontational coping (items 6‚ 31‚ 35).
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Jacobs‚ Niels C.L.‚ Völlink‚ Trijntje‚ Dehue‚ Francine and Lechner‚ Lilian. (2015). The Development of a Self-Report Questionnaire on Coping with Cyberbullying: The Cyberbullying Coping Questionnaire. Societies‚ 5‚ 460-491‚ doi:10.3390/soc5020460.