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Mastery of Stress

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674332911

Publication Date: 01/01/1957

329 pages

13 line illustrations, 45 tables


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  • Introduction by Stanley Cobb, M.D
  • 1. What This Book Is About
  • 2. Pertinent Situations
  • 3. Design
  • 4. The Stress-Inducing Situations
  • 5. Descriptions of the Samples and Measures
  • 6. Introduction to the Results of the Stress Experiments
  • 7. The First Stress Experiment: The Problems Situation
  • 8. The Second and Third Stress-Inducing Situations
  • 9. Other Observations on Stress Reactions
  • 10. The Ability to Master or Failure to Master Stress
  • 11. The Stress Experiments during the Second Year
  • 12. The Acute Emergency Reactions and the Ability to Handle Stress as Time Passed
  • 13. Formulation of the Stress Reactions
  • 14. Introduction to the Personality and Social Data
  • 15. The Perception of Parents by the Students
  • 16. The Internal Concept of Self
  • 17. Fantasy in the Thematic Apperception Test, and Reactions during Laboratory Stress
  • 18. The Social Conflict and Interpersonal Indices
  • 19. The Assessment of Reality
  • 20. The Phrase Association Interview
  • 21. Perception of Parents and Social Attitudes
  • 22. Other Personality Studies
  • 23. Summary and Formulation
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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