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The Resource Handbook of stress : theoretical and clinical aspects, edited by Leo Goldberger and Shlomo Breznitz

Handbook of stress : theoretical and clinical aspects, edited by Leo Goldberger and Shlomo Breznitz

Label
Handbook of stress : theoretical and clinical aspects
Title
Handbook of stress
Title remainder
theoretical and clinical aspects
Statement of responsibility
edited by Leo Goldberger and Shlomo Breznitz
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Goldberger, Leo
  • Breznitz, Shlomo
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Stress (Psychology)
  • Stress (Physiology)
  • Psychophysiologic Disorders
  • Stress, Psychological
Label
Handbook of stress : theoretical and clinical aspects, edited by Leo Goldberger and Shlomo Breznitz
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Stress and personality
  • Norman S. Endler and Jean Edwards
  • Conflict and stress
  • Seymour Epstein
  • Decision making under stress
  • Irving L. Janis
  • Stress and thought processes
  • George Mandler
  • Cognition and stress : an information processing model
  • Vernon Hamilton
  • Part I. Introduction
  • Part III. Basic biological processes
  • Genetic diversity and differing reactions to stress
  • Susan L. Farber
  • Stress and the development of somatic disorders
  • Leonard S. Zegans
  • Animal studies of stressful interactions : a behavioral-physiological overview
  • Jaylan S. Turkkan, Joseph V. Brady, Alan H. Harris
  • Functional brain asymmetry in the regulation of emotion : implications for bodily manifestations of stress
  • Harold A. Sackeim and Sara L. Weber
  • Part IV. Research paradigms and measurement
  • Stress research at a crossroads
  • Paradigms in stress research : laboratory versus field and traits versus processes
  • Lothar Laux and Gerhard Vossel
  • Conceptualizing and measuring coping resources and processes
  • Rudolph H. Moos and Andrew G. Billings
  • Situational determinants of stress : an interactional perspective
  • David Magnusson
  • The assessment of coping, defense, and stress
  • Norma Haan
  • Self-report measures of stress
  • Leonard R. Derogatis
  • Leo Goldberger and Shlomo Breznitz
  • Verbal indicators of stress
  • Donald P. Spence
  • Nonverbal correlates of anxiety and stress
  • Aron Wolfe Siegman
  • The assessmenat of stress using life events scales
  • David V. Perkins
  • The psychiatric epidemiology research interview life events scale
  • Barbara Snell Dohrenwend [and others]
  • History and present status of the stress concept
  • Hans Selye
  • Part II. Basic psychological processes
  • Stress, coping, and somatic adaptation
  • Kenneth A. Holroyd and Richard S. Lazarus
  • Occupational stress
  • Robert R. Holt
  • Variability of stress effects among men experiencing job loss
  • Stanislav V. Kas and Sidney Cobb
  • Section B. Psychosocial and developmental sources
  • Shyness and the stresses of the human connection
  • Philip G. Zimbardo
  • Marital stressors, coping styles, and symptoms of depression
  • Frederic W. Ilfeld, Jr.
  • The stress of caring : women as providers of social support
  • Part V. Common stressors
  • Deborah Belle
  • Social disability and stress
  • Elizabeth Taylor Vance
  • Adolescence and stress
  • Ann C. Petersen and Ralph Spiga
  • Challenge and defeat : stability and change in adulthood
  • Marjorie Fiske
  • Part VI. Common psychiatric and somatic conditions
  • Stress, type A behavior, and coronary disease
  • Ray H. Rosenman and Margaret A. Chesney
  • Section A. Environmental and social sources
  • Stress and psychiatric disorders
  • Judith Godwin Rabkin
  • Stress and alcohol
  • Herbert Peyser
  • Stress and headaches
  • Joseph D. Sargent
  • Part VII. Extreme stressors
  • Stress and disaster
  • Mary Evans Melick, James N. Logue, Calvin J. Frederick
  • Stresses of war : the example of Viet Nam
  • The social contexts of stress
  • Arthur S. Blank, Jr.
  • Consequences of modern terrorism
  • J. Bastiaans
  • War related stress in Israeli children and youth
  • Norman A. Milgram
  • Migration and stress
  • Judith T. Shuval
  • Part VIII. Treatments and supports
  • The nature of effective coping and the treatment of stress related problems : a cognitive-behavioral perspective
  • Roy Cameron and Don Meichenbaum
  • Leonard I. Pearlin
  • Stress response syndromes and their treatment
  • Mardi J. Horowitz
  • Evaluation and management of stress in general medicine : the psychosomatic approach
  • Hoyle Leigh
  • A coping-rest model of relaxation and stress management
  • Johann Stoyva and Cathy Anderson
  • The effects of social supports on responses to stress
  • Morton A. Lieberman
  • Stress as a consequence of the urban physical environment
  • Robert D. Kaminoff and Harold M. Proshansky
  • Sensory deprivation and overload
  • Leo Goldberger
Control code
8494886
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxi, 804 pages
Isbn
9780029120309
Lccn
82008448
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Handbook of stress : theoretical and clinical aspects, edited by Leo Goldberger and Shlomo Breznitz
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Stress and personality
  • Norman S. Endler and Jean Edwards
  • Conflict and stress
  • Seymour Epstein
  • Decision making under stress
  • Irving L. Janis
  • Stress and thought processes
  • George Mandler
  • Cognition and stress : an information processing model
  • Vernon Hamilton
  • Part I. Introduction
  • Part III. Basic biological processes
  • Genetic diversity and differing reactions to stress
  • Susan L. Farber
  • Stress and the development of somatic disorders
  • Leonard S. Zegans
  • Animal studies of stressful interactions : a behavioral-physiological overview
  • Jaylan S. Turkkan, Joseph V. Brady, Alan H. Harris
  • Functional brain asymmetry in the regulation of emotion : implications for bodily manifestations of stress
  • Harold A. Sackeim and Sara L. Weber
  • Part IV. Research paradigms and measurement
  • Stress research at a crossroads
  • Paradigms in stress research : laboratory versus field and traits versus processes
  • Lothar Laux and Gerhard Vossel
  • Conceptualizing and measuring coping resources and processes
  • Rudolph H. Moos and Andrew G. Billings
  • Situational determinants of stress : an interactional perspective
  • David Magnusson
  • The assessment of coping, defense, and stress
  • Norma Haan
  • Self-report measures of stress
  • Leonard R. Derogatis
  • Leo Goldberger and Shlomo Breznitz
  • Verbal indicators of stress
  • Donald P. Spence
  • Nonverbal correlates of anxiety and stress
  • Aron Wolfe Siegman
  • The assessmenat of stress using life events scales
  • David V. Perkins
  • The psychiatric epidemiology research interview life events scale
  • Barbara Snell Dohrenwend [and others]
  • History and present status of the stress concept
  • Hans Selye
  • Part II. Basic psychological processes
  • Stress, coping, and somatic adaptation
  • Kenneth A. Holroyd and Richard S. Lazarus
  • Occupational stress
  • Robert R. Holt
  • Variability of stress effects among men experiencing job loss
  • Stanislav V. Kas and Sidney Cobb
  • Section B. Psychosocial and developmental sources
  • Shyness and the stresses of the human connection
  • Philip G. Zimbardo
  • Marital stressors, coping styles, and symptoms of depression
  • Frederic W. Ilfeld, Jr.
  • The stress of caring : women as providers of social support
  • Part V. Common stressors
  • Deborah Belle
  • Social disability and stress
  • Elizabeth Taylor Vance
  • Adolescence and stress
  • Ann C. Petersen and Ralph Spiga
  • Challenge and defeat : stability and change in adulthood
  • Marjorie Fiske
  • Part VI. Common psychiatric and somatic conditions
  • Stress, type A behavior, and coronary disease
  • Ray H. Rosenman and Margaret A. Chesney
  • Section A. Environmental and social sources
  • Stress and psychiatric disorders
  • Judith Godwin Rabkin
  • Stress and alcohol
  • Herbert Peyser
  • Stress and headaches
  • Joseph D. Sargent
  • Part VII. Extreme stressors
  • Stress and disaster
  • Mary Evans Melick, James N. Logue, Calvin J. Frederick
  • Stresses of war : the example of Viet Nam
  • The social contexts of stress
  • Arthur S. Blank, Jr.
  • Consequences of modern terrorism
  • J. Bastiaans
  • War related stress in Israeli children and youth
  • Norman A. Milgram
  • Migration and stress
  • Judith T. Shuval
  • Part VIII. Treatments and supports
  • The nature of effective coping and the treatment of stress related problems : a cognitive-behavioral perspective
  • Roy Cameron and Don Meichenbaum
  • Leonard I. Pearlin
  • Stress response syndromes and their treatment
  • Mardi J. Horowitz
  • Evaluation and management of stress in general medicine : the psychosomatic approach
  • Hoyle Leigh
  • A coping-rest model of relaxation and stress management
  • Johann Stoyva and Cathy Anderson
  • The effects of social supports on responses to stress
  • Morton A. Lieberman
  • Stress as a consequence of the urban physical environment
  • Robert D. Kaminoff and Harold M. Proshansky
  • Sensory deprivation and overload
  • Leo Goldberger
Control code
8494886
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxi, 804 pages
Isbn
9780029120309
Lccn
82008448
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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