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Stress, appraisal, and coping

Author: Lazarus, Richard S. ; Folkman, SusanPublisher: Springer, 1984.Language: EnglishDescription: 445 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0826141919Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Stress, Appraisal, and Coping Contents Foreword Preface xi 1 The Stress Concept in the Life Sciences A Bit of History Modern Developments The Concept of Stress Summary 1 2 6 11 21 2 Cognitive Appraisal Processes Why Is a Concept of Appraisal Necessary? The Place of Cognitive Appraisal in Stress Theory Basic Forms of Cognitive Appraisal Research on Cognitive Appraisal Cognitive Appraisal and Phenomenology The Concept of Vulnerability The Issue of Depth Summary 22 22 25 31 38 46 50 51 52 3 Person Factors Influencing Appraisal Commitments Beliefs Summary 55 56 63 80 4 Situation Factors Influencing Appraisal Novelty Predictability 82 83 85 Event Uncertainty Temporal Factors Ambiguity The Timing of Stressful Events in Relation to the Life Cycle A Comment on the Selection and Treatment of Variables Summary 87 92 103 108 114 115 5 The Concept of Coping Traditional Approaches Coping Traits and Styles Limitations and Defects of Traditional Approaches Summary 117 117 120 128 139 6 The Coping Process: An Alternative to Traditional Formulations Definition of Coping Coping as a Process Stages in the Coping Process The Multiple Functions of Coping Coping Resources Constraints Against Utilizing Coping Resources Control as Appraisal; Control as Coping Coping Over the Life Course Prospects for the Study of Coping Styles Summary 141 141 142 143 148 157 165 170 171 174 178 7 Appraisal, Coping, and Adaptational Outcomes Social Functioning Morale Somatic Health Concluding Comments Summary 181 183 194 205 221 223 8 The Individual and Society Three Perspectives Stress, Coping, and Adaptation in the Individual Social Change Summary 226 226 234 251 258 261 262 265 271 273 278 284 9 Cognitive Theories of Emotion Early Cognitive Formulations The Fundamental Tasks of a Cognitive Theory of Emotion Attribution Theory The Relationship Between Cognition and Emotion Emotion and the Problem of Reductionism Summary 10 Methodological Issues Levels of Analysis Traditional Research and Thought Transaction and Process The Design of Transactional, Process-oriented Research The Measurement of Key Concepts Summary 286 286 291 293 299 306 325 11 Treatment and Stress Management Approaches to Treatment How Treatment Works Therapy from the Perspective of Our Stress and Coping Theory Stress Management Versus One-on-One Therapy Summary References Index 334 334 343 353 361 374 376 437

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