Dynamics of Stress and Its Control
The chapters presented in this volume have offered some fifteen current perspectives on the nature of stress. They give evidence of the significant maturing that has occurred in stress study—and particularly stress theory—since the mid-1960s, when we reviewed the field in a somewhat similar manner (Appley & Trumbull, 1967). Despite some remaining points of contention, we believe that an increasing consensus has been developing among investigators about the factors that contribute to the dynamics of the stress process.
KeywordsSocial Support Coping Strategy Physiological System Daily Hassle Stress Process
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