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Psychological predictions of adaptation to the stress of institutionalization in the aged

Barbara F. Turner

Psychological predictions of adaptation to the stress of institutionalization in the aged

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Written in English


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Statementby Barbara Formaniak Turner.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 26014
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationix, 161 l.
Number of Pages161
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Open LibraryOL1368588M
LC Control Number92895885

Title:Adaptation to Traumatic Stress: Resilient Traits, Resources, and Trajectories of Outcomes VOLUME: 11 ISSUE: 3 Author(s):Elisa E. Bolton, Amelia P. Tankersley, Ethan M. Eisen and Brett T. Litz Affiliation:VA Boston Healthcare System, Massachusetts Veterans Epidemiology Research and Information Center, South Huntington Avenue, MAV, Jamaica Plain, MA , .   Prolonged stress plays a role in the development of a number of diseases, including diabetes, obesity and hypertension and repetitive stress has an impact on mood, anxiety disorders, chronic pain. Research Paper on Social-Psychological Approach to Work Stress Nowadays work plays a significant role in human lives and influences people’s well-being. However, employment became a considerable challenge for a great number of people. It resulted in tremendous source of stress.


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Adaptive Processes in Late Life No matter how broadly the concept of mental health is defined, it cer tainly does not offer the only perspective for assessing how well people are doing.

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An outgrowth of the Eleventh Biennial West Virginia University Conference on Life-Span Development, this volume emphasizes two major themes: the importance of taking a life-span approach to the study of stress and coping, and the development of new and more complete conceptual models of stress and coping processes.

Miller, GE, Chen, E & Parker, KJ' Psychological Stress in Childhood and Susceptibility to the Chronic Diseases of Aging: Moving Toward a Model of Behavioral and Biological Mechanisms ', Psychological Bulletin, vol.no.

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OBJECTIVE: Most research on the effects of severe psychological stress has focused on stress-relatedthe author develops psychobiological models of resilience to extreme stress. METHOD: An integrative model of resilience and vulnerability that encompasses the neurochemical response patterns to acute stress and the neural mechanisms mediating Cited by: Title:Neurobiological Mechanisms of Stress Resilience and Implications for the Aged Population VOLUME: 16 ISSUE: 3 Author(s):Charlene Faye*, Josephine C.

Mcgowan*, Christine A. Denny and Denis J. David Affiliation:CESP/UMR-SUniv. Paris-Sud, Fac Pharmacie, Inserm, Universite Paris-Saclay, Chatenay-Malabry, Doctoral Program in Neurobiology and Cited by: 8.

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The vehicles of psychological stress have been conceptualized as adjustment to change, 11 daily hassles, 12 and role strains. 13 Lazarus and Folkman () 14 define stress as ‘a particular relationship between the person and the environment that is appraised by the person as taxing or exceeding his or her resources and endangering his or her well being.’.Stress is one of the most commonly reported precipitants of drug use and is considered the number one cause of relapse to drug abuse.

For the past several decades, there have been a number of significant advances in research focusing on the neurobiological and psychosocial aspects of stress and addiction; along with this growth came the recognition of the importance 4/5(1).effect of life stress on psychological and physical functioning, whilst others have found a significant direct effect (Clements & Turpin, ; Sarason, Johnson & Siegel, ).

There are certainly many accounts of deleterious effects of high levels of life stress on health, such as increased incidence of heart disease and cancer (e.g.