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  • Издательство: The Guilford Press
  • Год: 2007
  • ISBN: 978-1-57230-840-4, 1-57230-840-0
  • Кол-во страниц: 450
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CHAPTER 1 Introduction and Purpose of the Book
Mind–Body Transactions 2 Person–Environment Transactions 7 Organization of the Book 9
CHAPTER 2 Why Is Stress Important?
Intrinsic Interest 13
Relevance of Stress to Psychosocial Models of Adaptation 15 Relevance of Stress to Biomedical Models of Adaptation 17 Summary 22
CHAPTER 3 Definitions of Stress
Components of the Stress Process 25 Stress as a State of the Organism 27 Stress as an External Event 28 Stress as a Transaction between the Person and the Environment 31 The Role of Emotions and Cognition in Reactions to Stress 34 Summary 36 xiii
CHAPTER 4 The Physiology of Stress
Neuroendocrine Responses to Stress 37 Immune Responses to Stress 46 Cellular Resistance to Stress 52 Summary 53
CHAPTER 5 Design and Measurement Issues in Stress Research
General Observations 55
Design Issues in Stress Research 57
Problems in Causal Directionality 59
Different Approaches to Stress Measurement 62
Which Measure to Use? 79
Clinical Interviews 80
Laboratory Stressors 81
Summary 82
CHAPTER 6 Why Is Coping Important?
Intrinsic Interest 86
Mythopoetic Roots 86
Changes in Social Roles 88
Relevance of Coping to Psychosocial Models of Adaptation 91 Relevance to Biomedical Models of Adaptation 93 Differentiating between Adaptation,
Coping, and Emotional Responses 95 Summary 97
CHAPTER 7 Theoretical Approaches to Coping
Person-Based Definitions of Coping 100
Situational Determinants of Coping 113
Cognitive Approaches 115
More Recent Approaches to Coping and Adaptation 117
Summary 125
CHAPTER 8 Measurement of Coping Strategies
Coping Styles versus Coping Processes 129 Retrospective versus Experience-Sampling
Approaches 134 Factor Structure Instability 136 General versus Specific Coping Strategies 139
Rating Scales 141
Summary 144
Appendix 8.1. Bibliography of Coping Scales 145
CHAPTER 9 Statistical Issues in Coping Research
Mechanisms of Coping Effects 161 Statistical Analyses for Testing
Mediating and Moderating Effects 166 Longitudinal Analysis of Stress and Coping Data 175 Summary 180
CHAPTER 10 Coping and Mental Health
Confounds between Assessment and Outcome 182
Situational Modifiers of Coping Effects 183
Patterns of Coping 186
Coping Effort 187
Causal Directionality and Coping Interventions 189
Individual Differences in Coping Effectiveness 191
What Is the Appropriate Outcome of Coping
Strategies? 192 Summary 193
CHAPTER 11 Coping and Physical Health
Adaptation to Illness 197 Coping and Illness Outcomes 202 Summary 207
CHAPTER 12 Coping with Traumatic Stress
Defining Trauma 211 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 212 Coping with Trauma 220 Summary 238
CHAPTER 13 Sociocultural Aspects of Coping
Social Aspects of Coping 239 Culture and Stress 245 Culture and Coping 257 Institutions as Coping Mechanisms 266 Summary 270
CHAPTER 14 Developmental Studies of Coping
Coping in Infancy and Childhood 272 Developmental Changes in Stress and Coping in Adulthood 292 Summary 304
CHAPTER 15 Stress-Related Growth and Transformational Coping
Arguments for the Developmental Implications of Stress 308 Stress as an Impetus for Psychosocial Development 315 Stress as an Impetus for Physiological Development 332 Models of Positive and Negative Stress Outcomes 336 Summary 340
CHAPTER 16 Self-Regulation, Self-Development, and Wisdom
Transactionism and Coping 342
Free Will versus Deterministic Models of Adaptation 345
Mindful Coping and Wisdom 354
Summary 357
References Index

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