Stress and Anxiety - Application to Economic Hardship, Occupational Demands, and Developmental Challenges
Kathleen Moore, Krzysztof Kaniasty, Petra Buchwald (Eds.)
150 pages, year of publication: 2012
price: 34.00 €
The present volume features 11 papers that collectively addressed some of the most current interests within the area of anxiety, stress and coping research. The first set of papers deals with the psychological and social consequences of economic hardship and financial burden associated with globally experienced economic upheavals. Part two features studies dedicated to the exploration of risk factors and psychological resources concerning occupational stress and burnout. The final part of the volume includes diverse studies that investigated several facets of the stress process in a variety of populations including school children, adults, and users of online social networks.