This comprehensive volume provides an up-to-date review of both research and clinical data about how people cope. It covers issues like individual differences in coping, personality variables in adjustment, and acute chronic stressors (such as personal crisis, victimization, developmental transitions, occupational pressures, illness, natural disasters, etc.) The book also offers clinicians practical strategies for helping clients learn to cope better.
MOSHE ZEIDNER, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the University of Haifa School of Education, Israel. He also has faculty appointments at Stanford University and California State University at San Jose, and a visiting fellowship at Oxford University. His other books include Psychological Testing: An Inside View and International Handbook of Personality and Intelligence. NORMAN S. ENDLER, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at York University, Ontario. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the American Psychological Association, and the Canadian Psychological Association. His other books include the two-volume Personality and the Behavior Disorders (coedited with J. M. Hunt), Holiday of Darkness, and Depression: New Directions in Theory, Research, and Practice.
Release date NZ
January 9th, 1996
Edited by Moshe Zeidner
Edited by Norman S. Endler