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Stress and health biological and psychological interactions

Lovallo, W.R.

9781412904780 - Stress and health biological and psychological interactions

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Stress and Health...Second Edition is an excellent graduate-level textbook that explores the 'black boxes' that may account for the associations observed between psychological stress and disease.... In sum, this book is highly recommended to instructors of graduate level or advanced undergraduate courses with a focus on the psychophysiology of stress.... This will be a useful addition to your library. - Thomas Kamarck, University of Pittsburgh, PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY (42) 2005 This is one of the best books written to address effects of stress on health. It is well written and it is easy to understand. Experts as well as those new to the field will find this book informative and enjoyable. In his approach to the topic of stress and health, Dr. Lovallo presents well-integrated, coherent coverage of the latest scientific finding from psychology, neuroscience, and medicine. This is indeed a rich and interesting reading to scientists and clinicians all over the world. -Mustafa al'Absi, University of Minnesota School of Medicine This book does a splendid job of filling a gap in the literature on stress and health - that gap being the need for an articulate introductory compendium that integrates what is known about the physiology of stress with that of thoughts and emotions. . . . Considering that the new National Institutes of Health Roadmap for Medical Research initiative emphasizes the need for interdisciplinary research that is inclusive of behavior for the success of future clinical research, the material in this new edition will be useful for students and scientists wishing to better understand mechanisms of how our mind and psychosocial factors affect states of health and disease. -Paul J. Mills, University of California, San Diego How can the state of our mind affect the state of our body? Our daily lives pose a constantly changing set of challenges that evoke our emotions and sometimes cause us distress. These experiences can alter the state of our bodies

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Auteur Lovallo, W.R.
ISBN/EAN 9781412904780
Druk 2
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Artikelomschrijving

Stress and Health...Second Edition is an excellent graduate-level textbook that explores the 'black boxes' that may account for the associations observed between psychological stress and disease.... In sum, this book is highly recommended to instructors of graduate level or advanced undergraduate courses with a focus on the psychophysiology of stress.... This will be a useful addition to your library. - Thomas Kamarck, University of Pittsburgh, PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY (42) 2005 This is one of the best books written to address effects of stress on health. It is well written and it is easy to understand. Experts as well as those new to the field will find this book informative and enjoyable. In his approach to the topic of stress and health, Dr. Lovallo presents well-integrated, coherent coverage of the latest scientific finding from psychology, neuroscience, and medicine. This is indeed a rich and interesting reading to scientists and clinicians all over the world. -Mustafa al'Absi, University of Minnesota School of Medicine This book does a splendid job of filling a gap in the literature on stress and health - that gap being the need for an articulate introductory compendium that integrates what is known about the physiology of stress with that of thoughts and emotions. . . . Considering that the new National Institutes of Health Roadmap for Medical Research initiative emphasizes the need for interdisciplinary research that is inclusive of behavior for the success of future clinical research, the material in this new edition will be useful for students and scientists wishing to better understand mechanisms of how our mind and psychosocial factors affect states of health and disease. -Paul J. Mills, University of California, San Diego How can the state of our mind affect the state of our body? Our daily lives pose a constantly changing set of challenges that evoke our emotions and sometimes cause us distress. These experiences can alter the state of our bodies

Specificaties

Auteur Lovallo, W.R.
ISBN/EAN 9781412904780
Druk 2