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by Hans Selye

ePub Stress Without Distress download
Author:
Hans Selye
ISBN13:
978-0397010264
ISBN:
0397010265
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Publisher:
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 1st edition (June 1, 1974)
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Subcategory:
New Age & Spirituality
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1565 kb
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1952 kb
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4.7
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Selye H. (1976) Stress without Distress. In: Serban G. (eds) Psychopathology of Human Adaptation. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive.

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Selye points out the positive benefits of stress without distress on human beings We all have stress, that's part of life.

Selye points out the positive benefits of stress without distress on human beings. There are examples in nature as well. We all have stress, that's part of life.

Selye wrote The Stress of Life (1956), From Dream to Discovery: On Being a Scientist (1964) and Stress without Distress (1974). He worked as a professor and director of the Institute of Experimental Medicine and Surgery at the Université de Montréal

Selye wrote The Stress of Life (1956), From Dream to Discovery: On Being a Scientist (1964) and Stress without Distress (1974). He worked as a professor and director of the Institute of Experimental Medicine and Surgery at the Université de Montréal.

Stress without distress. by. Selye, Hans, 1907-. Bibliography: p. 143-165. The stress of life - What is stress? - - What stress is not - The evolution of the stress concept - Motivation - Reflections on egotism - The optimal stress level - Work and leisure - What is the aim of life? - - Aims and means - The craving for approval and the dread of censure - To earn your neighbor's love - Resume.

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Stress without Distress book. Dr Selye has spent his life studying the affects of stress. Read and learn how to manage your stress.

Moderate stress will enable us to perform well, kepp us alert, engaged and challenged. Too much stress will create high anxiety and poor performance. YOU are the Captain of your health care ship and your destiny around your wellbeing is under your control

Moderate stress will enable us to perform well, kepp us alert, engaged and challenged. YOU are the Captain of your health care ship and your destiny around your wellbeing is under your control. Make stress your friend and use it to support your wellbeing. When it all gets too muc. TOP.

Stress, in Selye’s lexicon, could be anything from prolonged food deprivation to the injection of a foreign substance into .

Stress, in Selye’s lexicon, could be anything from prolonged food deprivation to the injection of a foreign substance into the body, to a good muscular workout; by stress, he did not mean only nervous stress, but the nonspecific response of the body to any demand. In 1934, at the age of 28, he was an assistant at McGill University’s Biochemistry Department in Montreal. He was a promising young endocrinologist carrying out quite orthodox biochemical experimentation involving the injection of rats with ovarian extract.

In Stress without distress (Selye 1974) and the subsequent . New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co. Selye H. 1962. Hans Selye and development of the stress concept: special reference to gastroduodenal ulcerogenisis. Ann NY Acad Sci 851:19–27.

Eventually, later in his life he moved even further to psychological and gical. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago.

Hans Selye (Selye János in Hungarian), was born in Komarno, Slovakia (at that time Komárom, Hungary) in 1907. Selye attended school at a Benedictine monastery, and since his family had produced four generations of physicians, entered the German Medical School in Prague at the age of 17, where he graduated first in his class, and later earned a doctorate in organic chemistry. Selye’s multi-faceted work and concepts have been utilized in medicine and in almost all biological disciplines from endocrinology to animal breeding and social-psychology. Selye spent a significant time of his life in Hungary, in Czechoslovakia, in the USA and in Canada.

The author explains his personal philosophy for achieving fulfillment and harmony in life based on his years in biological research
  • A great book and a true classic.

  • Great book

  • This is a must read for anyone who thinks stress in and of itself is bad for you. According to Selyle it is not. Selye points out the positive benefits of stress without distress on human beings. There are examples in nature as well. See my new book, "I am the World's Oldest-Known Living Tree" and how the Bristlecone Pine tree uses a stressful environment for a long life of 4000 to 5000 years old.

  • We all have stress, that's part of life. This book helps keep it in perspective and learn to accept and embrace stress!

  • An excellent explanation of how stress affects our bodies and can cause physical manifestations. Although this is an older book and now out of print it is still relevant and an excellent source of information.

  • good

  • A still relevant mental health book.

  • There is good stress and bad stress. Very interesting from the man that coined the wordstress. It is a very Scientifi book.