The Ecology of Stress

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Stevan E. Hobfoll
Taylor & Francis, 1988 - Self-Help - 360 pages
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Contents

Social and Psychological Perspectives
1
Stress Definitions and Models
16
Summary
22
A Model within the Model
42
Role in Stress
48
Summary
54
Models of Stress Resistance
61
Searching for a Context
111
Implications for Understanding Stress Resistance
246
Further Applications
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

Personal Attributes and Stress Resistance
161
Stress Resistance during Wan Applications of the Models
217
Civilians Adjustment to War
225
Effects of War on Combatants
238

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