Managing Stress: From Theory to Application

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Tracey J. Devonport (Editor)
School of Sport, Performing Arts and Leisure, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, UK

Series: Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: PSY008000

It is commonly acknowledged that stress and coping has an impact upon the productivity, health and well-being of individuals. As such, many domains of psychology are seeking to better understand the stress and coping dynamic to inform the construction of interventions intended to facilitate coping. This book is designed to profile the use of theory in guiding the structure, content and assessment of coping interventions across a range of applied domains. The domains addressed within the text include sport psychology, clinical psychology, organisational psychology, developmental psychology, police psychology and health psychology. This book brings together related issues regarding the application of theory to practice into a single source. (Imprint: Nova)

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Dedication pp.v-viii

Preface pp.ix-xii

Chapter 1: A Brief Review of Commonly Used Theories and the Importance of Applying Theory in Practice
(Tracey Devonport)pp.1-12

Chapter 2: The Utility of Stress and Coping Theory When Working with Athletes
(Tracey Devonport)pp.13-46

Chapter 3: The Utility of Stress and Coping Theory When Working with Officials
(Tracey Devonport)pp.47-76

Chapter 4: Coping With Stress as a Sports Coach: Putting Theory into Practice
(Richard Thelwell)pp.77-100

Chapter 5: Stress and Work Psychology
(Tony Cassidy)pp.101-126

Chapter 6: Stress and Policing: A Retrospective Reflection and Contemporary Updating
(Jennifer Brown)pp.127-160

Chapter 7: Stress, Coping, Resilience and Health
(Tony Cassidy) pp.161-200

Chapter 8: The Utility of Coping: What We Have Learned and How We Can Develop Skills During Adolescence
(Erica Frydenberg)pp.201-228

Chapter 9: Clinical Psychology: A Psychoeducational Cognitive Behavioural Approach To Helping People Cope
(Claire Hayes)pp.229-258

Chapter 10: The Utility of Biopsychosocial Models of Clinical Formulation Within Stress and Coping Theory and Applied Practice
(Lynne Johnston, Andrew Hutchison and Barry Ingham)pp.259-290

Contributors pp.291-292

Index pp.293-307

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