|Stress: Definitions and Pathways to Disease|
|Scientific and popular definitions|
|How can stress be measured?|
|A history of models for stress and health|
|Understanding stress responsivity|
|"Take-Home Messages" that are pertinent to stress management|
|Elements of the Stress Process and Implications for Stress Management|
|A model of the stress process, its major components and moderating variables|
|Stressors and stressor properties of relevance for stress management|
|Coping skills: Cognitions and behaviors|
|Physiological stress response: Recovery or exhaustion|
|Implications of basic stress research for intervention protocols|
|Descriptions, Rationales, and Outcomes of Stress Management Interventions|
|Rationales and outcomes|
|Review of the effects of specific techniques, rationales, and outcomes|
|Stress management effects for specific populations|
|Stress management effects on specific endpoints|
|Summary of the effects of stress management|
|Now What? A Summary, Reflections, and Recommendations|
|Defining stress management and questioning rationales|
|What about the needed, shared definition for stress management?|
|Reflections on communication|
|Effective ingredients and delivery modes for stress management|
|About the Author|
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