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This book reflects the evolution and testing of various models of stress, coping, and health and their particular relevance for the profession and discipline of nursing. Selected for inclusion in this text was content considered to be the most thoroughly developed and studied within the nursing perspective. There is a balance between theoretical development, research, measurement, and implications for practice and to critique the content within those contexts.
The book contains black-and-white illustrations.
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION Stress, Coping and Health - Brenda L Lyon A Conceptual Overview PART TWO: RESPONSE ORIENTED STRESS Theories of Stress and Relationship to Health - Virginia Hill Rice Stress, Immunity and Health Outcomes - Linda Witek-Janusek and Herbert L Mathews Physiological Measurements of the Stress Response - Jill M White and Carol Mattson Porth PART THREE: STIMULUS ORIENTED STRESS Major Life Stressors and Health Outcomes - Joan Stehl Werner and Marlene Hanson Frost Micro-Stressors and Health Outcomes - Carol L Macnee and Susan Mc Cabe Stress, Psychosomatic Illness and Health - Frances B Wimbush and Margot L Nelson PART FOUR: INTERACTIONAL AND TRANSACTIONAL MODELS Salutogenesis - Martha E Horsbough
'Origins of Health' and Sense of Coherence Evolution of a Model of Stress, Coping and Discrete Emotions - Richard S Lazarus Coping with Stress - Jane H Backer et al Programs of Nursing Research Stress, Coping and Health in Children - Nancy Ryan-Wenger, Christine A Wynd and Vicki W Sharrer Stress, Coping and Family Health - Rosanna De Marco et al PART FIVE: STRESS, COPING AND HEALTH: MEDIATING FACTORS Attitudes, Beliefs, Values and Culture as Mediators of Stress - Jill A Cohen and Lorraine M Welch Social Support - Patricia Underwood The Promise and the Reality Type A Behavior and Cardiovascular Health - Sue A Thomas and Erika Friedman The Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) Coping Model - Nancy R Reynolds and Angelo A Alonzo A Midrange Theory Hardiness - Marilyn Ford-Gilboe and Judith A Cohen A Model of Commitment, Challenge and Control Hope and Hopelessness - Edith D Hunt Raleigh Locus of Control, Perceived Control, and Learned Helplessness - Jo Ann B Ruiz-Bueno Self-Regulation - Nancy R Reynolds and Angelo A Alonzo The Common Sense Model of Illness Representation Stress, Self-Efficacy and Health - Debra Siela and Ann W Wieseke Stress, Uncertainty and Health - Cecilia R Barron PART SIX: FUTURE DIRECTIONS Stress, Coping, Health and Nursing - Brenda L Lyon and Virginia Hill Rice The Future