Citations with the tag: STRESS (Psychology)
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- Perceived stress reduction in urban public gardens.
Bennett, Ellen Sullivan; Swasey, James E. // American Nurseryman; 07/01/96, Vol. 184 Issue 1, p76
Examines the correlation between natural environments and stress reduction. Perceived stress levels of visitors to two public gardens; Factors that contribute to urban stress.
Reid-Dove, A.; Edelman, R. // Black Enterprise; Jul88, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p59
Tells what to do when you're feeling tense from the daily grind--exercise, leave business at the office, start a hobby, get a massage. INSET: Working it out..
- Stress in the workplace.
Evans, T. // Black Enterprise; Sep90, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p77
Offers advice on how to measure and manage stress. Impact of stress; How it affects the body; Workplace stress faced by blacks; How employers help workers deal with stress; Practical suggestions for coping with stress.
- Face stress: Use it, lose it, live with it.
Stanwood, L. // Current Health 2; Oct88, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p3
Discusses stress. Defines stress; Where does stress come from; Reaction to stress; Recognizing stress; Exercise; Handling stress. INSET: Hi gh stressors.;Good stress/bad stress; Major sources of stress.
- Reacting to stress--the wrong way.
Johnson, R.T.; Boring, M.D. // Current Health 2; Oct88, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p16
Discusses inappropriate reactions to stress, and the right ways to deal with stress. Reckless driving; Drugs; Relationships.
- Handling stress.
Johnson, R.T.; Boring, M.D. // Current Health 2; Oct92, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p7
Offers advice on handling stress. Discusses stress management techniques such as biofeedback, meditation, visualization, modification of lifestyle, exercise, laughter and a positive attitude. How stress impacts the body, particularly the immune system; Psychoneuroimmunology; Benefits of...
- What stresses you?
Johnson, R.T.; Boring, M.D. // Current Health 2; Oct92, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p9
Discusses the things that stress out young people. Recent Gallup Survey results; Recent `Seventeen' magazine survey; Dr. Bettie B. Young's book `Stress in Children'; Life Stress Inventory of the top stressors of young people, developed by Drs. Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe; Teens' concern...
- Write all about it!
Johnson, R.T.; Boring, M.D. // Current Health 1; May91, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p17
Reports that writing about stress can help relieve it according to a study at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Tex.
- `Tis the season to fall apart.
Smith, M.d'A. // Cosmopolitan; Dec89, Vol. 207 Issue 6, p104
Examines the anxiety and hysteria leading up to the Christmas season. Physical symptoms; Survival fantasies.
- Ten on-the-job stressors--& how to beat them.
Dumas, L.S. // Cosmopolitan; Mar1990, Vol. 208 Issue 3, p210
Explains job-related stress and provides solutions. Responsibility without commensurate authority; Last-minute madness; Lack of proper guidance or training; Perfectionism; Vague job description; Others.
- The relationship between a counselor's ethical orientation...
May, Kathleen M.; Sowa, Claudia J. // Counseling & Values; Jan1992, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p150
Discusses the relationship between a counselor's ethical orientation and the stress experienced in these dilemmas. Definition of stress; Information on studies conducted in an attempt to identify the sources of stress; Number of counselors selected for the study; How the information collected...
- The angry heart.
Villarosa, L. // Essence (Essence); Apr90, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p26
Discusses the ways in which hostile responses or internal rages can harm health, and suggests ways to react to stressful situations calmly and positively. Research on anger and aggression; Central nervous system response.
- The impact of critical incident stress: Is your office prepared to respond?
Maggio, Mark; Terenzi, Elaine // Federal Probation; Dec93, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p10
Focuses on the concept of critical incident stress. Stress education; Suggestions for effective and healthy productive work force; Examples.
- Managing stress.
Carni, Ellen I. // Forum (10566937); May96, Issue 168, p23
Presents tips on how to cope with stress. Includes change of mental framework; Mental visualization of surmounting a pressured situation; Time to set most difficult work; Breaks; Exercise; `Letting off steam'; Balancing one's life.
- Taking the rush out of rush hour.
Ginsberg, S.H. // Good Housekeeping; Sep90, Vol. 211 Issue 3, p102
Provides stress-reducing tips on how to keep weekday mornings and evening moving smoothly with children. The night before; In the morning; Getting there.
- Gene for damsels in distress?
Voelker, Rebecca // Good Housekeeping; Mar93, Vol. 216 Issue 3, p117
Reports on findings of a study done by researchers at the Virginia Commonwealth University, Washington University in St. Louis, and the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor on the genetic tendency toward anxiety and depression. What the findings suggest; Why men were not included in the study.
- Work daze.
Diamant, A. // Harper's Bazaar; Oct90, Issue 3346, p166
Comments on the feeling of being overwhelmed, experienced by many working women. Balancing numerous commitments; Quick trips for the overwhelmed.
- What stresses men most.
Csatari, Jeffrey; Antheil, Katherine // Men's Health (10544836); Nov96, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p42
Lists the top five causes of male stress.
- To beat stress, don't relax: Get tough.
Miller, L. // Psychology Today; Dec89, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p62
Discusses research by psychologist Richard Dienstbier of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln into toughness, a distinct reaction pattern to stress--mental, emotional, and physiological--that characterizes animals and humans who cope effectively. How mental toughness can help the body's...
- Stress unites workers of the world.
Miller, L. // Psychology Today; May/Jun93, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p15
Cites statistics from around the world regarding job stress levels. Stress among Japanese teachers; Dissatisfaction among Swiss business executives; Anxiety and depression among workers in the United Kingdom; Industries with the highest rate of job stress.
Miller, L. // Psychology Today; May/Jun93, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p14
Presents a quote from Cary L. Cooper, professor of organizational psychology, University of Manchester (England) Institute of Science and Technology, concerning how we manage the two-career family.
- How I learned to beat stress.
Marano, Hara Estroff // Psychology Today; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p4
Editorial. Looks at how to beat stress. Comments.
Carpi, John // Psychology Today; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p34
Looks at stress, how to cope and conquer it. Response to stress; Comments; Researchers' findings. INSETS: A smorgasbord of stress-stoppers.;So you think this is the `Age of Stress', by Eric P. Widmaier..
- S is for stress.
Brody, Liz // Shape; Apr92, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p76
Discusses the growing amount of stress women are under, and why. Gives advice on how to ease stress through exercise, even with just a few minutes to spare. Sources of stress; Recent research; Sharing responsibilities; Troubleshooting stress. INS ETS: Take your stress temperature; Checkmate...
- Helping children deal with stress.
Brody, Liz // Single Parent; Mar/Apr87, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p36
Daily hassles and frustrations are just as important and attributable to high stress levels in children as are the `big' life events. The most common causes of stress in children include peer pressure, moving, family problems, parental conflict parental expectations, and abuse of all kinds....
- Fighting stress with genseng.
Kamen, B. // Total Health; Feb92, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p51
Discusses how researchers concluded that when stress occurs, ginseng encourages a faster hormonal response and a more rapid return to normal. It works by accelerating the restorative process; Other studies; Not `curative,' but rather `adjustive';More.
- Stress' effect on immune system.
Kamen, B. // USA Today Magazine; Jun89, Vol. 117 Issue 2529, p4
Provides research results indicating that relatively minor stress can affect the immune system. Tests conducted.
- Stress first aid for the working women.
Broderick, Angela // Women in Business; Nov/Dec92, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p18
Examines how stress can be a damaging, sometimes life-threatening problem for women. Handling unavoidable stress; Wellness and self-care; Planning and organizing; Support networks.
- Quiz: Rate your desk stress.
Broderick, Angela // Women in Business; Mar/Apr93, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p4
Offers a quiz to rate desk stress. Number of items on desk; Use of an `in' box; Messiness; Daily cleaning; More.
- Top stressors for women.
Blatter, Stacy // Women in Business; Jul/Aug93, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p6
Lists the top nine stressors for women from the book `101 Simple Ways to Be Good to Yourself' by Donna Watson. Included on Watson's list are time management, balance, bosses, finances, difficult people, lack of support and negative attitudes.
- Who needs stress?
Blatter, Stacy // Women in Business; May/Jun97, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p8
Discusses the importance of stress in a person. Effect of stress on motivating people; Key of channeling stress to achieve a good output in personal work and activities.
- Overcoming job loss.
Blatter, Stacy // USA Today Magazine; Jul92, Vol. 121 Issue 2566, p5
Gives advice to individuals stressed by the economic forecast, threat of job loss, or have been laid off from John Wakeman, program director of the Stress Treatment Center at Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans, Louisiana. Focus on avoiding stress; How to respond to a layoff; Importance of adapting...
- Stress caused by disruption of body clocks.
Blatter, Stacy // Nutrition Health Review: The Consumer's Medical Journal; 1992, Issue 61, p4
Discusses that an indicator of stress that is related to personal experiences of life changes has served as a reliable measurement of disruption caused by negative life events. The Holmes Stress Chart lists death of a spouse, for example, as number one stressor. Divorce, change in residence,...
- Energy up stress-level down.
Blatter, Stacy // Redbook; Dec89, Vol. 174 Issue 2, p126
Discusses the stress that is often associated with the holidays. Physiological effects of stress; How to handle stress; Attitude changes; Daily upsets, and how to combat them.
- Rate your stress life.
Blatter, Stacy // Redbook; Jun90, Vol. 175 Issue 2, p83
Presents the results of a Redbook magazine survey on stress in women, including what creates the most stress, why, and what to do about it. INSET: Ten tips for reducing stress..
- Emotional dissonance in organizations: Antecedents, consequences, and moderators.
Abraham, Rebecca // Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs; May98, Vol. 124 Issue 2, p229
Examines emotional dissonance, or person-role conflict originating from the conflict between expressed and experienced emotions. Details on the evolution of the United State economy; Effects of emotional dissonance on organizational criteria; When emotional dissonance occurs; Details on the study.
- Letter of healing in times like these.
Hemingway, Elizabeth // New York Amsterdam News; 3/23/96, Vol. 87 Issue 12, p11
Discusses the tension and pain that is hidden in people. Majority of the places where tension occurs; What most people are worried about; Ways of alleviating the tension and pain; Comments from experts.
- Stress is hard on hardened arteries.
Abrahamian, L.M. // Vegetarian Times; Mar92, Issue 175, p28
Discusses a study by Harvard Medical School cardiologists led by Alan C. Yeung, M.D. which showed that stress causes blood vessels chocked with plaque to narrow even more. Coronary artery disease; Angiography; Epinephrine constricts blood vessels and increases heart rate.
- Grief relief.
Parachin, V.M. // Single Parent; Jan/Feb90, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p18
Gives advice on how to reduce the stress of being alone. Positive imaging; Balancing time; Regular exercise; Writing out thoughts and feelings; Sharing concerns; Accepting feelings; Maintaining balanced nutrition.
- Mental stress tests?
Parachin, V.M. // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; July97, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p38
Reports on a test conducted to know if mental stress can raise the heart rate and blood pressure as much as a good workout. Five mental stress tasks; Monitoring of EKGs and nuclear images.
- Supervisors under stress.
Markey, Michele // Getting Results...For the Hands-on Manager: Plant Edition; Jul96, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p7
Offers guidelines for handling stress. Identifying where one has control; Pacing oneself; Learning to relax; Finding time for exercise.
- Stress, neuromotor noise, and human performance: A theoretical perspective.
Van Gemmert, Arend W.A.; Van Galen, Gerard P. // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception & Performan; Oct97, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p1299
Presents information on the proposal of a theory on stress and human performance in which physical and cognitive stressors enhance the level of neuromotor noise in the information-processing system. Propagation of the neuromotor noise; Details on a second assumption; Examination of four...
- Esophageal pain: Another price of success.
McKeown, P. // Nation's Business; Nov89, Vol. 77 Issue 11, p89
Discusses the causes and symptoms of esophageal pain. Links to day-to-day stress; Tips on easing esophageal pain.
- How successors cope with stress.
Ward, John L.; Aronoff, Craig E. // Nation's Business; Jul92, Vol. 80 Issue 7, p52
Examines some of the common dilemmas faced by successors in a family business. Uncertainty of where they stand; Determining whether they are a peer with other employees or a privileged owner; Balancing between being a subordinate and a boss; More.
- Causes of stress.
Ward, John L.; Aronoff, Craig E. // Inc.; Jan87, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p74
You think it's your customers, your suppliers, your banker causing that knot in your stomach. More likely, it's the way you're running your company. A profile of an insurance man who ignored the terrible stress while he built his company, until it nearly killed him. Several suggestions for...
- Stress on the job.
Miller, A.; Springen, K. // Newsweek; 4/25/88, Vol. 111 Issue 17, p40
The 1980s have been the Work Decade, and now it's taking its toll in stress. Today's business world has generated corrosive ways to wear down bodies and spirits, and as tension mounts, energies flag and blood pressure rises. Not only is the frequency of stress increasing, so is its duration. ...
- Self-help strategies for zapping the effects of chronic stress.
Harder, Patty A. // Better Nutrition; Feb98, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p36
Presents a list of strategies that will assist in eliminating the effects of chronic stress. Reference to the use of calming herbs; Names of B-complex vitamins which can be used; Further information on the strategies to be used.
- Childhood stress can buffer adult depression.
Stone, C. // Human Ecology; Winter92, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p27
Reports that mild childhood traumas appear to help women cope with adult depression, if their childhood stresses were handled well and instilled a sense of resourcefulness and resiliency. Study by Kay B. Forest, Phyllis Moen, and Donna Dempster-McClain; Human development; Details of the study;...
- Stress puts the big squeeze on your heart.
Canter, M.; Garr, D. // Men's Health (10544836); Jul/Aug92, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p19
Reports that stress causes partly plugged blood vessels to narrow even more, raising the risk of a heart attack. Harvard Medical School study of patients with coronary artery disease; Clogged arteries found to narrow another 24 percent when patient experienced stress; Healthy patients under...
- Nonessentials that sap energy.
Pollock, Ted // Electric Light & Power; Jun93, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p50
Discusses factors that drain managers of their energies. Worries over the distant future; Regret over the past; Doubt over the present; Suspicion of others.