High on Stress

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ISBN: 1572241101
Release Date: 1998
Number of pages: 260
Author: Simone Ravicz
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated

Download and read online High on Stress in PDF and EPUB Suggests that women should live their lives fully and enjoy them, and offers exercises on how to transform stressful lives into lives that take advantage of the right kind of stress

Thrive on Stress

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ISBN: 1857035542
Release Date: 2000-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: Jan Sutton
Publisher: How To Books Ltd

Download and read online Thrive on Stress in PDF and EPUB Not all stress is bad. Readers can discover how to conquer negative stress and use positive pressure to boost self-esteem and confidence. Supported by numerous illustrations, activities and comprehensive case studies, this fascinating book could quite literally transform their lives.

Handbook of Multicultural Perspectives on Stress and Coping

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ISBN: 9780387262383
Release Date: 2007-02-15
Number of pages: 636
Author: Paul T. P. Wong
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Handbook of Multicultural Perspectives on Stress and Coping in PDF and EPUB The only book currently available that focuses and multicultural, cross-cultural and international perspectives of stress and coping A very comprehensive resource book on the subject matter Contains many groundbreaking ideas and findings in stress and coping research Contributors are international scholars, both well-established authors as well as younger scholars with new ideas Appeals to managers, missionaries, and other professions which require working closely with people from other cultures

Psychological Perspectives on Stress and Health

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ISBN: 8170227852
Release Date: 1999-01-01
Number of pages: 352
Author: Girishwar Misra
Publisher: Concept Publishing Company

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Perspectives on Stress and Stress Related Topics

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ISBN: 9783642690570
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Number of pages: 218
Author: Fernando Lolas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Perspectives on Stress and Stress Related Topics in PDF and EPUB Why a new book on stress when so many are already available? There is widespread awareness of the impact of scientific research in this field, both theoretical and practical. Scores of articles and books have been published. What is especially exciting about the range of theories and ideas presented in this book is that they derive from a variety of different intellectual traditions and scientific disciplines. The book is not an attempt to replace more extensive or basic treatments of this subject. Rather, it seeks to present the authors viewpoints together with data and methodological applications based on their personal experience in a straightforward manner. A number of the articles were commissioned some time ago, when Horst Mayer decided to publish the papers presented at a symposium which he organized in Heidelberg under the auspices of the German College of Psychosomatic Medicine. Others emerged from later contacts with authors in different parts of the world. The result is a rather heterogeneous collection of "perspectives" on stress which, it is hoped, will stimulate readers to arrive at their own conclusions through its very diversity. When it was decided that Femando Lolas would join this endeavor at the end of 1984, it became clear that the material had lost none of its appeal.

Research on Stress and Human Health

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ISBN: NAP:13234
Release Date: 1981
Number of pages: 299
Publisher: National Academies

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Quality of Urban Life

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ISBN: 9783110884968
Release Date: 1986-01-01
Number of pages: 272
Author: Dieter Frick
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

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The Handbook of Stress Science

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ISBN: 0826117716
Release Date: 2010-09-29
Number of pages: 704
Author: Andrew Baum, PhD
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

Download and read online The Handbook of Stress Science in PDF and EPUB "[F]or those who are entering the field or who want to broaden their perspective, Ibelieve that this Handbook is indispensible. More than just a contribution to the field, theHandbook may well become a classic."--PsycCRITIQUES "The editors fully achieved their goal of producing a state-of-the-science stress reference for use by investigators, educators, and practitioners with clinical and health interests."--Psycho-Oncology "This is an important book about the scientific study of stress and human adaptation. It brings together both empirical data and theoretical developments that address the fundamental question of how psychosocial variables get inside the body to influence neurobiological processes that culminate in physical disease." From the Foreword by David C. Glass, PhD Emeritus Professor of Psychology Stony Brook University Edited by two leading health psychologists, The Handbook of Stress Science presents a detailed overview of key topics in stress and health psychology. With discussions on how stress influences physical health-including its effects on the nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, and immune systems-the text is a valuable source for health psychologists, as well as researchers in behavioral medicine, neuroscience, genetics, clinical and social psychology, sociology, and public health. This state-of-the-art resource reviews conceptual developments, empirical findings, clinical applications, and investigative strategies and tools from the past few decades of stress research. It represents all major approaches to defining stress and describes the themes and developments that characterize the field of health-related stress research. The five sections of this handbook cover: Current knowledge regarding the major biological structures and systems that are involved in the stress response Social-contextual contributions to stress and to processes of adaptation to stress, including the workplace, socioeconomic status, and social support The concept of cognitive appraisal as it relates to stress and emotion psychological factors influencing stress such as, personality, gender, and adult development The evidence linking stress to health-related behaviors and mental and physical health outcomes Research methods, tools, and strategies, including the principles and techniques of both laboratory experimentation and naturalistic stress research

Applied Social PsychologyA Global Perspective

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ISBN: 8126905670
Release Date: 2006-01-01
Number of pages: 448
Author: V.K. Kool
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist

Download and read online Applied Social PsychologyA Global Perspective in PDF and EPUB Applied Psychology: A Global Perspective Is An Exceptional Book In Many Ways. First, It Is A Pioneering Work In Covering The Global Issues As Compared To Other Books On The Subject That Are Narrowly Focussed On Either The Western Or The Non-Western Issues. Second, It Covers Many Vital Topics Such As Technology And Religion That Are Not Covered In The Other Available Books On Applied Social Psychology. And Last But Not The Least Important, The Book Deals With Real Applied Issues Involving Interventions, A Problem In Many Non-Western Publications That Fail To Distinguish Between Basic, Applicable, Applicability And Applied Issues Of Social Psychology And Mislabel Many Among Them As Applied . I Commend The Authors For Their Deligence In Presenting The Facts Collected From Researches In Many Countries. Omar Sayeed, Dean Of Research,Nitie, MumbaiIn The Past Two Decades, Several Books Have Been Written On Applied Social Psychology, The Focus Primarily Being On Research And Its Interpretation In The Western Countries, With A Clear Distinction Being Made Between Basic Research In Social Psychology And The Applicable, Applicability And Applied Nature Of The Findings. This Latter Issue Has, However, Not Always Been Appreciated By Many Scholars In Non-Western Parts Of The World. As A Result, Scholars Of Social Psychology In Non-Western Regions Of The World Have Frequently Erred In Their Judgment Of What Constitutes The Applied Nature Of Social Psychology. Secondly, Applied Social Psychology Depends A Great Deal On Intervention Programs That Not Only Invite Work Beyond The Basic, Applicable And Applicability Aspects But Also Are Costly To Implement And Time Consuming. Due To Both These Reasons, Most Of The Books From The Non-Western Countries Fall Short Of The True Applied Aspects Of Social Psychology. In This Respect, Applied Social Psychology: A Global Perspective Is A Pioneering Book Dealing With Applied Social Psychology From Both The Western And The Non-Western Perspectives. The Book Also Points Out The Limits Of Non-Western Social Psychological Findings Claimed As Applied Though Lacking The Support Of Intervention Programs. At The Same Time, The Problems, Issues And Challenges In Intervening At The Cross-Cultural Level Have Been Succinctly Dealt With.In Writing This Book, The Authors Have Gone Beyond The Topics Found In Traditional Text Books Of Applied Social Psychology, For Example, Applied Social Psychology Of The Environment, Health, Law, Education, Consumer Behavior Etc, And Have Also Focused On Two Extremely Important Areas Of Our Life, That Have Otherwise Remained Neglected In Most Books On Applied Social Psychology. These Are The Realms Of Technology And Religion. Another Important Addition Is A Chapter On Aggression And Non-Violence. Overall, This Book Presents A Wide Range Of Topics That Describe How Social Psychology Can Be Applied To Daily Life And Its Problems. It Is Expected That This Book Will Not Only Serve As An Ideal Textbook For Undergraduate And Postgraduate Students But Will Also Prove Informative And Useful For Researchers And Professionals From Various Walks Of Life.

The Development of Persistent Criminality

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ISBN: 9780195310313
Release Date: 2009-02-03
Number of pages: 544
Author: Joanne Savage
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online The Development of Persistent Criminality in PDF and EPUB This volume bridges the gap between the criminological literature, which has recently focused on the existence of various criminal trajectories, and the developmental psychology literature, which has focused on risk factors for conduct problems and delinquency.

Personal Stress Management Surviving to Thriving

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ISBN: 9781337516457
Release Date: 2016-12-05
Number of pages: 322
Author: Dianne Hales
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Personal Stress Management Surviving to Thriving in PDF and EPUB Conquer the pressures of college life with PERSONAL STRESS MANAGEMENT: FROM SURVIVING TO THRIVING. This book provides you with helpful insights and personal strategies for managing the demands ahead and throughout your college career. Written by health and psychology experts, this book offers self-assessments, helpful tips, and even a customizable toolkit for dealing with academics, time management, relationships, and more. You’ll also learn how to change your perspective and respond to stress in creative ways, with confidence and resilience, empowering you to be smarter, stronger, and more successful for the rest of your life. Engaging you with skills you can use right away, PERSONAL STRESS MANAGEMENT: FROM SURVIVING TO THRIVING incorporates the latest insights from neuroscience, exercise physiology, nutrition, and medicine, while encouraging healthy habits like regular exercise and good nutrition to prevent burnout. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Personality Traits

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ISBN: 9780521887786
Release Date: 2009-10-29
Number of pages: 568
Author: Gerald Matthews
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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The Acoustics of Crime

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ISBN: 9781489906731
Release Date: 2013-06-29
Number of pages: 370
Author: Harry Hollien
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online The Acoustics of Crime in PDF and EPUB There are many reasons for writing a book; this one was conceived and devel oped mainly for two. First, a new area has emerged from within the forensic sciences-that of forensic phonetics. As with all new specialties, it is necessary to define it, identify its boundaries, justify its importance and compile a list of the elements it encompasses. This book attempts to outline these several rela tionships. Second, over the past decade I have become fascinated with forensics in general and the rapidly expanded subarea of forensic phonetics in particular. Admittedly, the latter field is one that is not as yet sufficiently appreciated-and much more needs to be known about its nature and extent. Yet, I have found it to be a most enjoyable area of study and my attempts to describe its domains were quite informative. It was especially interesting to struggle with the interfaces between forensic phonetics and related fields, and discover how they overlap. Only a few comments will be made about the book's contents here in the preface. For one thing, they are described in some detail in the first chapter.

Facets of Emotion

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ISBN: 9781317785606
Release Date: 2013-12-02
Number of pages: 280
Author: K. R. Scherer
Publisher: Psychology Press

Download and read online Facets of Emotion in PDF and EPUB The author proposes that the conditions, events, and experiences that contribute to serious mental health problems for a percentage of women, will at some point be experienced by all. "Mental Health Issues" presents two basic themes: that social contexts and frameworks are experienced and expressed, and then subconsciously internalized as part of the self; and that specific diagnostic conditions, such as depression, alcoholism, or eating disorders, can emerge from dynamics that are experienced by most women.