Stress: Myth, Theory and Research

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Psychology - 310 pages
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Appropriate as a core text for teaching stress at advanced undergraduate and MSc level within courses on health, and occupational or applied psychology. This book provides a broad, accessible introduction to the major issues relating to stress. It bridges the gap between popularised, or very basic, treatments of the subject on the one hand, and highly specialised academic research on the other, to give a good critical overview of the subject for undergraduate and Masters-level students.

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About the author (2001)

Fiona Jones is Principal Lecturer in the Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire. She is chartered Health Psychologist and conducts research and consultancy as well as publishing extensively on the topic of stress.

Jim Bright is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of New South Wales. He is a Chartered Psychologist, and Chair of the Australian Psychological Society Sydney College of Organisational Psychologists. He has published extensively in the area of Applied Psychology.

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