Stress handling styles and emotional control as a function of temperament among type A individuals Gupta Mohan

Stress handling styles and emotional control as a function of temperament among type A individuals

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Stress handling styles and emotional control as a function of temperament among type A individuals
Author
Gupta Mohan
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9781807454203
INTRODUCTIONStress: Stress in the twenty first Millennium? Not some thing new, not any thing unknown, stress has been experienced since time immemorial, but its toll is higher than ever before, with increasing complexity in our life style, the level of stress has been rising at a phenomenal rate.- When we analyse visit to doctors 75 to 90 percent are for stress related problems (Pareek, 1999). The claims for stress are twice as high as these paid for non stress physical problems injury or disease. The factors that contribute to stress not only differ between cultures, but also with in a culture itself; from a sophisticated industrial society to foragers; and from upper class to lower class with in the same society. Life would be simple indeed if our needs were automatically gratified. As we know many obstacles, both personal and environmental prevent this ideal situation. Such obstacles place adjustive demands on individual and can lead to stress. The term stress has typically been used to refer both to adjustive demands placed on an organism and to organism's internal biological and psychological responses to such demands. Adjustive demands are the stressors, the effect they create within an organism is stress and the efforts to deal with stress are the coping strategies. Separating these constructs is a somewhat arbitrary action as Neufeld, (1990) has pointed out, stress is a byproduct of poor or inadequate coping.Do we know the history of stress as we know about its geography? Like natural directions (East, West, South and North), stress too has four such directions. Stress is not something to- avoid; in fact, it is impossible to do so. Complete freedom from stress is death (Selye, 1983). Selye distinguishes between two basic types of, Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Gupta MohanPublisher: Ahmed Faraz HussainPublished: 06/24/2022ISBN: 9781807454203Pages: 116Weight: 0.36lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.24d

INTRODUCTION


Stress:


Stress in the twenty first Millennium? Not some thing new, not any thing unknown, stress has

been experienced since time immemorial, but its toll is higher than ever before, with increasing

complexity in our life style, the level of stress has been rising at a phenomenal rate.- When we

analyse visit to doctors 75 to 90 percent are for stress related problems (Pareek, 1999). The

claims for stress are twice as high as these paid for non stress physical problems injury or

disease. The factors that contribute to stress not only differ between cultures, but also

with in a culture itself; from a sophisticated industrial society to foragers; and from upper

class to lower class with in the same society. Life would be simple indeed if our needs

were automatically gratified. As we know many obstacles, both personal and environmental prevent

this ideal situation. Such obstacles place adjustive demands on individual and can lead to stress.

The term stress has typically been used to refer both to adjustive demands placed on an organism

and to organism's internal biological and psychological responses to such demands. Adjustive

demands are the stressors, the effect they create within an organism is stress and the

efforts to deal with stress are the coping strategies. Separating these constructs is a

somewhat arbitrary action as Neufeld, (1990) has pointed out, stress is a byproduct of poor

or inadequate coping.


Do we know the history of stress as we know about its geography? Like natural

directions (East, West, South and North), stress too has four such directions. Stress is not

something to- avoid; in fact, it is impossible to do so. Complete freedom from stress is death

(Selye, 1983). Selye distinguishes between two basic types of,



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Gupta Mohan
Publisher: Ahmed Faraz Hussain
Published: 06/24/2022
ISBN: 9781807454203
Pages: 116
Weight: 0.36lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.24d

INTRODUCTION


Stress:


Stress in the twenty first Millennium? Not some thing new, not any thing unknown, stress has

been experienced since time immemorial, but its toll is higher than ever before, with increasing

complexity in our life style, the level of stress has been rising at a phenomenal rate.- When we

analyse visit to doctors 75 to 90 percent are for stress related problems (Pareek, 1999). The

claims for stress are twice as high as these paid for non stress physical problems injury or

disease. The factors that contribute to stress not only differ between cultures, but also

with in a culture itself; from a sophisticated industrial society to foragers; and from upper

class to lower class with in the same society. Life would be simple indeed if our needs

were automatically gratified. As we know many obstacles, both personal and environmental prevent

this ideal situation. Such obstacles place adjustive demands on individual and can lead to stress.

The term stress has typically been used to refer both to adjustive demands placed on an organism

and to organism's internal biological and psychological responses to such demands. Adjustive

demands are the stressors, the effect they create within an organism is stress and the

efforts to deal with stress are the coping strategies. Separating these constructs is a

somewhat arbitrary action as Neufeld, (1990) has pointed out, stress is a byproduct of poor

or inadequate coping.


Do we know the history of stress as we know about its geography? Like natural

directions (East, West, South and North), stress too has four such directions. Stress is not

something to- avoid; in fact, it is impossible to do so. Complete freedom from stress is death

(Selye, 1983). Selye distinguishes between two basic types of,



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Gupta Mohan
Publisher: Ahmed Faraz Hussain
Published: 06/24/2022
ISBN: 9781807454203
Pages: 116
Weight: 0.36lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.24d