The Causes And Consequencees of Job Stress

Rahe, Richard H.
May 2013
Health & Stress;May2013, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p5
An interview with Tores Theorell, professor at the Psychosocial Medicine at the Karolinska Institute, is presented. He states that he became a physician as his father and elder brothers were in this profession and though he started with biochemistry he realized that it was not for him. He mentions that he developed interest in stress and psychosomatic medicine after reading the book "Stress and Disease," by Stewart Wolf. He highlights that Wolf invited him to become a post-doctoral fellow.


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