The Ecology of Stress

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Taylor & Francis, 1988 - Self-Help - 360 pages
 

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Contents

A New Stress Model
25
Blueprint for Understanding
59
Personal and Social Resources Fit to Environmental
70
Summary
105
Social Support and Stress Resistance
118
The Process of Social Support
132
Summary and Conclusions
158
Contemporary Research on Personal Resources and Stress
173
Effects of War on Combatants
238
of the Models of Ecological Congruence and Conservation
251
Adjustment to Complications of Pregnancy
261
Reactions to Childrens Illnesses
268
Implications for Health Psychology Behavioral Medicine
274
Development of an Ecological Loss Theory
283
Implications for Intervention
300
Summary and Conclusions
319

Stress and Coping
187
Summary and Conclusions
210
Civilians Adjustment to War
225

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