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Stress in health and disease

Author: Bengt B Arnetz; Rolf Ekman
Publisher: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Address the most urgent issues, combining a solid basic research approach with applied individual and stress issues, including interventions. Throughout, the focus is on our latest knowledge about various causes of stress and its neuro-cognitive and biological implications. Authors from Europe as well as the US describe how stress affects the brain of young people as well as adults. They cover the topic from all  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Methods (Music)
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bengt B Arnetz; Rolf Ekman
ISBN: 3527312218 9783527312214
OCLC Number: 71237652
Description: xxiii, 410 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Modern fatigue : a historical perspective / Karin Johannisson --
Evolutionary aspects of stress / Björn Folkow --
Stress : it is all in the brain / Hege Randi Eriksen and Holger Ursin --
Collective traumatic stress : crisis and catastrophes / Lars Weisœth --
Stress : why managers should care / Bengt B. Arnetz --
The empowered organization and personnel health / Töres Theorell --
Can health be subject to management control? : suggestions and experiences / Ulf Johanson and Andreas Backlund --
The neonatal and pubertal ontogeny of the stress response : implications for adult physiology and behavior / Russell D. Romeo and Bruce S. McEwen --
Neurobiological and behavioral consequences of exposure to childhood traumatic stress / Martin H. Teicher [and others] --
The brain in stress : influence of environment and lifestyle on stress-related disorders / Rolf Ekman and Bengt B. Arnetz --
The healthy cortisol response / Tommy Olsson and Robert Sapolsky --
Antistress, well-being, empathy and social support / Kerstin Uvnäs Moberg and Maria Petersson --
Stress, sleep and restitution / Torbjörn Åkerstedt --
Brain mechanisms in stress and negative affect / Mats Fredrikson and Tomas Furmark --
Is it dangerous to be afraid? / Markus Heilig --
Fatigue and recovery / Bengt B. Arnetz and Rolf Ekman --
The role of stress in the etiology of medically unexplained syndromes / James Rubin and Simon Wessely --
Oxidative inflammatory stress in obesity and diabetes / Paresh Dandona [and others] --
The metabolic syndrome / Christian Berne and Per Björntorp --
Chronic pain : the diathesis-stress model / Yuan Bo Peng, Perry N. Fuchs, and Robert J. Gatchel --
Emotional stress, positive emotions, and psychophysiological coherence / Rollin McCraty and Dana Tomasino --
Stress systems in aging : cognitions and dementia / Nicole C. Schommer and Isabella Heuser --
Stress and addiction / Bo Söderpalm and Anna Söderpalm.
Responsibility: edited by Bengt B. Arnetz and Rolf Ekman.

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