The original and creative analyses presented in this work represent a new understanding of the exciting field of personality and disease. Contributors offer current research findings and their experienced opinions on the relationship that exists between personality and disease in a clear, comprehensive fashion. Among the topics covered are models of linkages between personality and disease, stress and illness, individual differences and health--gender, coping and stress. Personality and social factors or and how they affect the outcome of cancer, are also discussed. The exploration and examination of the issues presented here are extremely valuable and will have a major impact on future research and practice.282-325). New York: Guilford. Lazarus, R. S., aamp; Folkman, S. (1987). Transactional theory and research on emotions and coping. In L. Laux aamp; G. ... Manual for daily hassles and uplifts. ... Peterson, C, Seligman, M. E. P., aamp; Vaillant, G. E. (1988).
|Title||:||Personality and Disease|
|Author||:||Howard S. Friedman|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1990-08-01|