Psychological Stress - SAGE Library in Mental Health (Hardback)
  • Psychological Stress - SAGE Library in Mental Health (Hardback)

Psychological Stress - SAGE Library in Mental Health (Hardback)

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Hardback 1056 Pages / Published: 01/09/2015
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Stress has been called the 'great modern disease' and it causes many negative effects for societies, organizations, and individuals. Stress may also be responsible for psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety, and burnout. Indeed, stress and its consequences have been described in the literature since the 19th-century with William James and Carl Lange's work.

This three-volume major work contains articles which trace the development of ideas around stress from the early twentieth century to the modern day, spanning the fields of psychology, applied mental health, coaching, and cognitive behavioural psychotherapy.

Volume One: The History and Development of Theories
Volume Two: The Measurement of Stress
Volume Three: The Management of Stress

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9781473908000
Number of pages: 1056
Weight: 2044 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 79 mm

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