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Stress, Coping and Depression (Stress and Coping Series) - Kindle edition by Sheri L. Johnson, Adele M. Hayes, Tiffany M. Field, Neil Schneiderman, Philip. siotamalecgotf.ga: Stress, Coping and Depression (Stress and Coping Series) (): Sheri L. Johnson, Adele M. Hayes, Tiffany M. Field, Neil.
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In this timely collection, leading researchers offer a variety of new perspectives on depression. They review the social, biological, and psychological processes that put adults and their children at risk and discuss innovative treatments grounded in empirical studies. Research findings are integrated across domains to construct more effective models of etiology and intervention.
The contributors' thought-provoking ideas will provide inspiration for the ongoing efforts addressing the problems associated with this devastating disorder. Table of Contents Contents: Preface. Part I: Child Development.
Sources of perceived stress, coping style and coping efficacy were investigated among psychiatric patients being discharged to the community. The study's purpose was to i qualitatively characterize sources of perceived stress; ii identify preferred coping styles, and iii test the effectiveness of coping styles. Thematic coding of participants' narratives revealed that dominant stressors were family relationships, mental health symptoms, and employment issues.