Personality and Stress: Individual Differences in the Stress Process

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Cary L. Cooper, Roy L. Payne
Wiley, Nov 11, 1991 - Self-Help - 302 pages
Explores the relationship between certain personality characteristics and stress. Examines the role of personality and individual differences in the stress process, highlighting the link between various personalities and demographics in health, behavior and other stress-related outcomes. Explores Type A behavior, neuroticism, locus of control, hardiness and other individual difference factors such as sex, age, gender and social class.

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