Hostility, Coping, and Health
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
The field of health psychology has expanded rapidly over recent years as the relationship between psychosocial factors and physical health has been explored by researchers. In particular, the role played by hostility and the processes of coping with stress and illness has received much attention.
Hostility, Coping, and Health examines the latest developments in hostility and coping research and represents a productive dialogue between researchers interested in the emotional and motivational aspects of stress and those who are interested in coping strategies. This book presents original and in-depth chapters on emotional patterns, coping across time, and assessment methods.
This softcover edition is a re-release of the 1991 hardcover edition.