From Stress to Wellbeing Volume 1: The Theory and Research by C. Cooper

By C. Cooper

A complete assortment through Professor Cary Cooper and his colleagues within the box of place of work tension and wellness, which pulls on study in a few components together with stress-strain relationships, assets of place of work rigidity and demanding occupations. quantity 1 of two.

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Starting with the environment, Miller uses the terms “stress” and “threat” to refer to those external conditions that disturb the individual’s normal functioning. The former signifies those external factors that are currently affecting the person, while the latter represents those conditions that the individual feels are likely to affect him/her in the future. This temporal distinction is not often made in the relevant literature. , escapist drinking, smoking, reduced 28 Thomas G. Cummings and Cary L.

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