Designed for undergraduate courses in Stress Management; also suitable for Psychology of Adjustment classes.
Offering an insightful and proactive exploration of stress management, this book delves into the psychological aspect of the field to help students understand the origins and applications of stress management interventions. Covering the historical, theoretical, experimental, and physiological foundations of the concept of stress, it shows how these foundation materials provide the framework for the development and application of a wide range of stress management procedures, and, when paired with its companion Stress Management Workbook, will help students learn when and how to use particular interventions to deal with specific stress-related problems.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 658 g
Dimensions: 212 x 275 x 15 mm