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Psychological Stress

Three Volume Set
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August 2015 | 1 056 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Stress has been called the 'great modern disease' and it causes many negative effects for societies, organizations, and individuals. Stress may also be responsible for psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety, and burnout. Indeed, stress and its consequences have been described in the literature since the 19th-century with William James and Carl Lange’s work.  

This three-volume major work contains articles which trace the development of ideas around stress from the early twentieth century to the modern day,  spanning the fields of psychology, applied mental health, coaching, and cognitive behavioural psychotherapy.

Volume One: The History and Development of Theories
Volume Two: The Measurement of Stress
Volume Three: The Management of Stress

 
VOLUME ONE: THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF THEORIES: STRESS
A Syndrome Produced by Diverse Nocuous Agents Hans Selye
Does Fight or Flight Need Updating? H. Bracha et al.
Freeze, Flight, Fright, Faint: Adaptationist Perspectives on the Acute Stress Response Spectrum H. Stefan Bracha
Protective and Damaging Effects of Stress Mediators Bruce McEwen
Memory Formation under Stress: Quantity and Quality Lars Schwabe, Oliver Wolf and Melly Oitzi
Searching for the Structure of Coping: A Review and Critique of Category Systems for Classifying Ways of Coping Ellen Skinner, Kathleen Edge, Jeffrey Altman and Hayley Sherwood
Job Burnout: New Directions in Research and Intervention Christina Maslach
Does the stress in Childhood and Adolescence Matter? A Psychological Perspective Bernard Lau
Why Should Men and Women Marry and Have Children? Parenthood, Marital Status and Self-perceived Stress among Canadians Ali Muhammad and Alain Gagnon
The Role of Gender in Workplace Stress: A Critical Literature Review Kristina Gyllensten and Stephen Palmer
Understanding the Relationship between Work Stress and U.S. Research institutions Failure to Retain Underrepresented Minority (URM) Faculty Ruth Enid Zambrana
The Wear and Tear of Daily Stressors on Mental Health Jacqueline Mogle, Martin Sliwinski and David Almeida
Cognitive Activation Theory of Stress: An Integrative Theoretical Approach to Work Stress James Meurs and Pamela Perrewé
Association of Psychosocial Risk Factors with Risk of Acute Myocardinal Infarction in 11119 Cases and 13648 Controls from 52 Countries (The Interheart Study): Case-Control Study Annika Rosengren, Steven Hawken, Stephanie Õunpuu, Karen Sliwa, Mohammad Zubaid, Wael Almahmeed, Kathleen Blackett, Chitr Sitthi-amorn, Hiroshi Sato and Salim Yusuf
Job Stress in National Health Service managers: A Qualitative Exploration of the Stressor-Strain Health Relationship. The ‘fit’ and ‘unfit’ manager Dinah Jenkins and Stephen Palmer
The Relative Impact of Workplace Bullying as a Social Stressors At Work Lars Johan Hauge, Anders Skogstrand and Ståle Einarsen
Working Life and Mental Health - A Challenge To Psychiatry? Lennart Levi
 
VOLUME TWO: THE MEASUREMENT OF STRESS
Long-term Stability of Depression, Anxiety and Stress Syndromes Peter Lovibond
The Short-form version of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS-21): Construct validity and normative Data in a Large Non-Clinical Sample Julie Henry and John Crawford
The Development of a Six-Item Short-Form of the State Scale of the Spielberger State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) Theresa Marteau and Hilary Bekker
Psychometric Properties and Standardised Data for Questionnaires Measuring Negative Affect, Dispositional Style and Daily Hassles. A Nation-Wide Sample Berit Scott and Lennart Melin
Psychometric Properties and Standardised Data for Questionnaires Measuring Negative Affect, Dispositional Style and Daily Hassles. A Nation-Wide Sample Leonard Derogatis and Patricia Cleary
The Validity of Two Versions of the Ghq in the Who Study Of Mental Illness in General Health Care D.P. Goldberg, R. Gater, N. Sartorius, T.B. Ustun, M. Piccinelli, O. Gureje and C. Rutter
Validity of the GHQ and SCL anxiety and Depression Scales: A Comparative Study Maarten Koeter
Stress Mapping: A Visual Technique to Aid Counselling or Training Stephen Palmer
‘Management standards’ and work-related stress in the UK: Policy Background and Science Colin Mackay, Rosanna Cousins, Peter Kelly, Steve Lee and Ron McCaig
‘Management Standards’ and Work-Related Stress in the UK: Practical Development Rosanna Cousins, Colin Mackay, Simon Clarke, Chris Kelly, Peter Kelly and Ron McCaig
Modelling Occupational Stress and Employee Health and Wellbeing in a Chinese Higher Education Institution Xiaoli Sang, Stephen Teo, Cary Cooper and Philip Bohle
Occupational Stress in Romanian Intensive Care Nurses: A Multicentric Study MirelaBidilica, VioricaNedelcu, Raluca Sfetcu, Daniela Ionescu and Dan Corneci
Psychosocial Risks and Work-related Stress in Developing Countries: The Need for a Multilevel Intervention Framework Evelyn Kortum and Stavroula Leka
An Example of a Stress Policy HSE
The Measurement of Effort–Reward Imbalance At Work: European Comparisons Johannes Siegrist, Dagmar Starke, Tarani Chandola, Isabelle Godin, Michael Marmot, Isabelle Niedhammer and Richard Peter
Ten Years On: A Review of Recent Research on the Job Demand–Control (-Support) Model and Psychological Well-Being Jan Häusser , Andreas Mojzisch , Miriam Niesel and Stefan Schulz-Hardt
Systematic Review: Work-related stress and the HSE Management Standards K. Brookes, C. Limbert, C. Deacy, A. O’Reilly, S. Scott and K. Thirlaway
New, Normative, English-Sample Data for the Short Form Perceived Stress Scale (PSS-4) Sheryl Warttig, Mark Forshaw, Jane South and Alan White
 
VOLUME THREE: THE MANAGEMENT OF STRESS (INDIVIDUAL, GROUP, ORGANISATIONAL AND COMMUNITY)
Comprehensive Knowledge for Stress Management Practitioners ISMA UK
Stress Management for Employees: An Evidence Based Approach Stephen Palmer and Kristina Gyllensten
Guidelines for Counselling in the Workplace BACP
Working with a Client Suffering from Workplace Stress in a Primary Care Setting: A Cognitive Behavioural Case Study KristinaGyllensten and Stephen Palmer
PRACTICE: A Model Suitable for Coaching, Counselling, Psychotherapy and Stress Management Stephen Palmer
Coping Imagery Stephen Palmer
Inference Chaining: A Rational Coaching Technique Stephen Palmer
Rational Coaching: A Cognitive Behavioural Approach Stephen Palmer
Rational Coaching with Perfectionistic Leaders to Overcome Avoidance of Leadership Responsibilities Victoria Ellam-Dyson and Stephen Palmer
SPACE: A Psychological Model for Use within Cognitive and Behavioural Coaching, Therapy and Stress Management Nick Edgerton and Stephen Palmer
Reducing Stress in the Workplace Stephen Palmer
Effects of Low-Dose Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR-ld) on Working Adults Maryanna Klatt, Janet Buckworth and William Malarkey
Gardening Promotes Neuroendocrine and Affective Restoration from Stress Agnes Van Den Berg and Mariëtte Custers
Job Strain as a Risk Factor for Leisure-Time Physical Inactivity: An Individual Participant Meta-analysis of up to 170 000 Men and Women Eleonor Fransson et al
Process Evaluation for Organizational Stress and Well-Being Interventions: Implications for Theory Methods and Practice Caroline Biron and Maria Karanika-Murray
Evaluating organizational-level work stress interventions: Beyond traditional methods Tom Cox, Maria Karanika, Amanda Griffiths and Jonathan Houdmont
The Benefits of Interventions for Work-Related Stress Jac van der Klink, Roland Blonk, Aart Schene and Frank van Dijk
Autopsy of a Failure: Evaluating Process and Contextual Issues in an Organizational-Level Work Stress Intervention Caroline Biron, Caroline Gatrell and Cary Cooper
Stress Reduction Through Psychoeducation: A Meta-Analytic Review Tom Van Daele, Dirk Hermans, Chantal Van Audenhove and Omer Van den Bergh
Perceived Organizational Support as a Moderator in the Relationship Between Organizational stressors and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors Ajay Jain, Sabir Giga and Cary Cooper
Perceptions of stress and Stress Interventions in Finance Organizations: Overcoming Resistance Towards Counselling Kristina Gyllensten, Stephen Palmer and Jacqui Farrants
A Multimodal Assessment and Rational Emotive Behavioural Approach to Stress Counselling: A Case Study Dinah Jenkins and Stephen Palmer

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