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Stressful life events: their nature and effects

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by Conference on Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects (1973 City University of New York)

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stress (Psychology) -- Congresses,
  • Life change events -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by Barbara Snell Dohrenwend [and] Bruce P. Dohrenwend.
    ContributionsDohrenwend, Barbara Snell, ed., Dohrenwend, Bruce Philip, 1927- ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF575.S75 C64 1973
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 340 p.
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5046101M
    ISBN 100471217530
    LC Control Number74006369

    better understanding of the role of stressful life events. The Response-Based Perspective When people say, “I feel a lot of stress,” they refer to their response to some adverse situation. The focus is on the way their organism reacts. Selye () has distinguished between a File Size: KB. Abstract. We will start with a question: Do you believe that life stress can cause illness? If this question were included in a poll of either the general public or of concerned professionals, we would expect a nearly unanimous affirmative response; “nearly unanimous” only because if we asked a cross-section of the population whether they believed that the sun would rise tomorrow, probably Cited by:

    A model for life events and their consequences. In Dohrenwend B. wend B. P. (Eds.), Stressful life events: Their nature and effects. New York: John Wiley, , – Google Scholar; Cobb S. Social support as a moderator of life stress. Psychosomatic Medicine, Cited by: A set of attitudes marked by a sense of control over events, commitment to life and work, and motivation and courage to confront stressful events is known as hardiness According to Selye, some people may develop illnesses such as organ damage, depression, anxiety, or a weakened immune system during the ______ stage of the general adaptation.

    been associated with stressful events. You’ll also learn about various aspects of our biologi-cal defense systems, and some of the psychological consequences of not keeping stressful events in check. In essence, the book’s core goal is to give you a comprehensive and inte-grated understanding of stress processes and their relation to Size: KB.   Some are easygoing by nature and adjust easily to events and new situations. Others are thrown off balance by changes in their lives. All children improve in their ability to handle stress if they previously have succeeded in managing challenges and if they feel they have the ability and the emotional support of family and friends.


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Book Notes | 1 March Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects: ‹ PREV ARTICLEconcerned with possible relations between life events, cultural and social changes, social class, and cultural locale and the subsequent development of psychiatric disorders and physical disease.

Much attention is given to the difficult. Clinical research on relations between stressful life events and particular types of physical and psychiatric disorder: Life events before and after the onset of a premature myocardial infarction \/ T\u00F6res Theorell ; Personal catastrophe and depression: a consideration of the subject with respect to medically ill adolescents, and a requiem.

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Stressful life events: their nature and effects by Conference on Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects ( City University of New York),Wiley edition, in EnglishPages: Conference on Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects ( City University of New York); Dohrenwend, Barbara Snell.

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Author: Conference on Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects, ( City University of New York); Format: Book; xi, p. illus. 23 cm. Perception of life crisis events; a comparative study of rural and urban samples, in Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects. (eds. Dohrenwend, Barbara, Dohrenwend, B.

P.), Wiley and Sons, New York. Google ScholarCited by: Stressful life events: their nature and effects: [papers] / Edited by Barbara Snell Dohrenwend [and] Bruce P. Dohrenwend Conference on Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects City University of. Studied personality as a conditioner of the effects of stressful life events on illness onset.

Two groups of middle- and upper-level 40–49 yr old executives had comparably high degrees of stressful life events in the previous 3 yrs, as measured by the Schedule of Recent Events. One group of 86 Ss suffered high stress without falling ill, whereas the other group of 75 Ss reported becoming Cited by: As events differ in their nature and impact, so do individuals differ in their immediate responses to an event.

In regard to these aspects, the present study shows that, the mean total score as. The Holmes And Rahe Stress Scale is often used by doctors to find this answer: Can the most stressful life events predict future illness. Two researchers in thought so. Combing through the medical records of over 5, patients with an eye to seeing if there was a connection between illness and the most stressful life events, Thomas Holmes.

*-Refers to the different strategies that used to manage stressful events and the accompanying distress associated with them. -Problem-focused coping: refers to attempts to alter the stressor itself -Emotion-focused coping: refers to ways in which we accommodate ourselves to the stressor (how we alter our emotional response to it).

A functional polymorphism in the promoter region of the serotonin transporter (5-HT T) gene was found to moderate the influence of stressful life events on depression. A few studies have explicitly examined buffering effects of green space on various outcome variables.

For example, research in rural communities in New York showed that nature in the residential environment may serve as a buffer for the impact of stressful life events on rural children's psychological well-being (Wells & Evans, ).The impact of stressful life events on psychological Cited by: Dohrenwend’s major work focused on stressors in life and their influence on the development and emergence of psychiatric illness.

She and her husband, Bruce P. Dohrenwend, worked closely together on this topic, and authored or edited four books, among them, Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects () and Stressful Life Events and Authority control: ISNI:.

LIFE STRESS, ANXIETY, AND DEPRESSION. It is well known that first depressive episodes often develop following the occurrence of a major negative life event (Paykel ).Furthermore, there is evidence that stressful life events are causal for the onset of depression (see HammenKendler et al.

).A study of 13, patients in Denmark, with first psychiatric admissions diagnosed with Cited by: Antonovsky, A. Conceptual and methodological problems in the study of resistance resources and stressful life events.

In B.P. Dohrenwend & B.S. Dohrenwend (Eds.), Stressful life events: Their nature and effects. New York: Wiley, Pp. – Google ScholarCited by:. Stressful life events are typically major events that require significant adjustment by the individual, whereas chronic or daily stressors are minor events that accumulate overtime having proximal effects on health (Almeida et al., ).

The mechanisms or pathways by which these stressors have a prolonged impact on health are stressor exposure Cited by: life events. Very similar are the results in studying influence of the factor “sex” on the assessment of the life events from men with schizophrenia (Table 2): Table 2.

Influence of the factor „sex” on the assessment of the life events as significant, stressful and the judgment of their severity (group „Men”).Detailed clinical interviews were conducted with 58 agoraphobics to assess the precipitants of the disorder. Results supported the notion that stressful life events usually precede the development of agoraphobia.

While interpersonal conflict was the most frequently cited stressor, other stressful life events also were often reported as Cited by: