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Stress and the Coping Process

Edwin A. Locke

Presented at: CC 1992

Date: Jun 27, 1992

This course will discuss the nature of stress and the coping process. First, the key elements of stressful situations will be identified, namely: threat (especially to self-esteem), need for action, uncertainty, conflict, anxiety, and symptoms. Then coping techniques will be discussed, especially coping through rational thought and action. Concrete examples and cases will be used. (A 1990 course revised)



Handout: none


  • e-Store (En) - 270 mins - an expanded version of this talk given at a later conference