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Editors: Bernando Molinelli and Valentino Grimaldo
Book Description:
Coping has been defined as constantly changing cognitive and behavioral efforts to manage specific external and/or internal demands that exceed the resources of the person. In this book, the authors present new research on the psychology of coping. Topics discussed include coping with climate change; coping with bereavement and other existential stressors; parental coping, emotional resources and children's adjustment; economic coping and heads of households' perception of health; coping in a relational context; how to cope with work-family conflicts in an international career context; and sequence of coping behaviours in adolescents. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:

Coping with Climate Change: Bringing Psychological Adaptation in from the Cold, pp. 1-34
(Joseph P. Reser, Graham Bradley, Michelle Ellul, Griffith University and University of Queensland)

The Search for Meaning: A Framework for how Individuals Cope with Bereavement and other Existential Stressors, pp. 35-58
(Benjamin Lord, Sandra Gramling, and Stephen M. Auerbach, Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Psychology)

Parental Coping, Emotional Resources and Children's Adjustment: Theory, Empirical Evidence, and Interventional Implications, pp. 59-84
(Michal Al-Yagon and Malka Margalit, School of Education, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, and others)

Economic Coping and Heads of Households’ Perception of Health, pp. 85-110
(Kenya Covington, Luciana Laganà, Theresa Renee White and Lisa Bratton, California State University Northridge)

Coping in a Relational Context: The Case of Dyadic Coping, pp. 111-132
(Iafrate Raffaella and Donato Silvia, Catholic University of Milan, Italy)

Flow as a Way of Coping – A Qualitative Study of the Metacognitions of Flow, pp. 133-150
(Edith E. Wilson, Giovanni B. Moneta, School of Psychology, London Metropolitan University, UK)

How to Cope with Work-Family Conflicts in an International Career Context?, pp. 151-168
(Liisa Mäkelä, Kati Saarenpää, Vesa Suutari, Olivier Wurtz, University of Vaasa, Department of Management, and others)

Adolescence: Sequence of Coping Behaviours, pp. 169-188
(Donna-Maria B. Maynard, the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, the School of Education, Barbados)

How Differential Coping Styles in Rodents may Explain Differences in Disease Susceptibility in Humans, pp. 189-206
(Gretha J. Boersma, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins, University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA)

Factors that Influence Coping Self-Efficacy after Trauma, pp. 207-224
(Christina L. Meads, Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin, Western Illinois University)

The Early Years Coping Project: Building a Shared Language of Coping, pp. 225-242
(Erica Frydenberg, Jan Deans, University of Melbourne, Australia)

Coping, Social Support and Psychosomatic Status of Health Professionals – A Hungarian Experience, pp. 243-260
(Mariann Kovács, Eszter Kovács, Mária Kopp, Department of Applied Pedagogy and Psychology, University of Szeged, Hungary, and others)

The Role of Enacted and Perceived Dyadic Coping for Young Couples’ Satisfaction, pp. 261-278
(Donato Silvia and Parise Miriam, Catholic University of Milan, Italy)

Anxiety and Severity of Illicit Substance use in Adolescence: Evaluating the Mediating Role of Perceived Coping Styles, pp. 279-292
(Grégoire Zimmermann, Pablo Cascone, Laboratory of Developmental, Counseling, and Intervention Psychology (LabDCI), Institute of Psychology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland and others)

Coping and Emotional Responses to Surgery by Injured Professional Rugby Union Players, pp. 293-306
(F. Carson, R.C.J. Polman, Melbourne Football Club and others)

Coping in Parents of Children with Congenital Heart Disease, pp. 307-320
(Karolijn Dulfer, Willem A. Helbing, and Elisabeth M.W.J. Utens, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry/Psychology, Erasmus MC – Sophia Children’s Hospital, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and others)

Index, pp. 321-336

      Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
      Psychology Research Progress
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - R)
   ISBN: 978-1-62081-464-2
   Status: AV
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