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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Tracey A Revenson; Karen Kayser; Guy Bodenmann
|Description:||xvi, 209 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction / Tracey A. Revenson, Karen Kayser, Guy Bodenmann --
Marriages in context : interactions between chronic and acute stress among newlyweds / Benjamin R. Karney, Lisa B. Story, Thomas N. Bradbury --
Dyadic coping and its significance for marital functioning / Guy Bodenmann --
A contextual examination of stress and coping processes in stepfamilies / Melady Preece, Anita DeLongis --
The relationship enhancement model of social support / Carolyn E. Cutrona, Daniel W. Russell, Kelli A. Gardner --
How partners talk in times of stress : a process analysis approach / Nancy Pistrang, Chris Barker --
My illness or our illness? : attending to the relationship when one partner is ill / Linda K. Acitelli, Hoda J. Badr --
Couples coping with chronic illness : what's gender got to do with it? / Tracey A. Revenson, Ana F. Abraido-Lanza, S. Deborah Majerovitz, Caren Jordan --
A model dyadic-coping intervention / Kathrin Widmer, Annette Cina, Linda Charvoz, Shachi Shantinath, Guy Bodenmann --
Enhancing dyadic coping during a time of crisis : a theory-based intervention with breast cancer patients and their partners / Karen Kayser.
|Series Title:||Decade of behavior.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Tracey A. Revenson, Karen Kayser, and Guy Bodenmann.|
"Couples Coping With Stress: Emerging Perspectives on Dyadic Coping presents an in-depth look at recent theoretical perspectives and original research on how couples cope with stress, including acute and chronic stress, stresses within and outside of the family, and stress caused by physical and mental illnesses." "Leading researchers and clinicians from North America and Western Europe present their theoretical frameworks and the formative research that tests them. Dyadic coping - the interplay between the stress signals of one partner and the coping reaction of the other - is introduced as an additional resource that adds to each partner's coping ability and becomes a new direction for marital therapy."--BOOK JACKET.
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- Marital psychotherapy.
- Stress (Psychology)
- Adjustment (Psychology)
- Stress, Psychological -- psychology.
- Adaptation, Psychological.
- Interpersonal Relations.
- Spouses -- psychology.
- Thérapie conjugale.
- Ajustement (Psychologie)