Handbook of the psychology of coping

by Bernando Molinelli | 27 September 2012
Hardback
Coping has been defined as constantly changing cognitive and behavioural efforts to manage specific external and/or internal demands that exceed the resources of the person. In this book, the authors present new research on the psychology of coping. Topics discussed include coping with climate change; coping with bereavement and other existential stressors; parental coping, emotional resources and children's adjustment; economic coping and heads of households' perception of health; coping in a relational context; how to cope with work-family conflicts in an international career context; and sequence of coping behaviours in adolescents.
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Coping has been defined as constantly changing cognitive and behavioural efforts to manage specific external and/or internal demands that exceed the resources of the person. In this book, the authors present new research on the psychology of coping. Topics discussed include coping with climate change; coping with bereavement and other existential stressors; parental coping, emotional resources and children's adjustment; economic coping and heads of households' perception of health; coping in a relational context; how to cope with work-family conflicts in an international career context; and sequence of coping behaviours in adolescents.
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