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Stress; in health and disease.


Stress; in health and disease.

Ed. by Bengt B. Arnetz and Rolf Ekman.



410 pages




Researchers investigating various aspects of stress in a wide range of scientific disciplines that rarely interact in today's environment were invited to share their current views. Their contributions were have been heavily edited to provide a broad overview of stress in health and disease at individual, societal, and organizational levels. Among the topics are evolutionary aspects, collective traumatic stress, implications for adult physiology and behavior of the neonatal and pubertal ontogeny of the stress response, fatigue and recovery, and chronic pain.

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Date:Mar 1, 2007
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