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Infants innately relieve stress by crying, turning their heads or maintaining eye contact.
Too frequently with avoidance, says Lindsay Phillips, assistant professor of psychology at Albright College in Reading, Pa. and author of the forthcoming paper, "Prison to Society: A Mixed Methods Analysis of Coping with Reentry," to be published by the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.
Recovering addicts who avoid coping with stress succumb easily to substance use cravings, making them more likely to relapse during recovery.
The way people choose to cope with personal experiences of racism influences the distress caused by the encounter, according to a new study of Filipino-American men and women.
New approach uncovers survivorsâ€™ expertise and coping skills, MU professor finds
Exposure to critical incidents, workplace discrimination, lack of cooperation among coworkers, and job dissatisfaction correlated significantly with perceived work stress among urban police officers, according to a study by researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
By Firth, Nola Frydenberg, Erica; Greaves, Daryl Abstract. This study explored the effect of a coping program and a teacher feedback intervention on perceived control and adaptive coping for 98 adolescent students who had specific learning disabilities.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8b59e8/clinicians_guide) has announced the addition of the "Clinician's Guide to Treating Stress After War: Education and Coping Interventions for Veterans" report to their offering.
By Steinhardt, Mary Dolbier, Christyn Abstract.
By Richmond, Arin; Skitmore, Martin ABSTRACT Information technology (IT) project managers face a multitude of stressors in their workplaces. This has implications not only for the individual practitioners but also for their employers and society.
- To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
- An illusion; a trick; a cheat.