Stress, Psychosomatics, and Stress Coping from a Clinical-Psychological Point of View

  • M. Maderthaner


“Stress” may nowadays be considered an everyday expression and, indeed, a fashionable one used particularly with regard to people’s working lives, but also increasingly with regard to their private and family spheres. This term provides a means of expressing psychophysiologic suffering in a socially acceptable way, suggesting an exclusively external (environmental) causation. Yet, we must aks exactly what “stress” really is. How does ist come about, and how can it be prevented or overcome?


Stress Coping Cognitive Coping Coping Attempt Psychosomatic Disorder Systematic Desensitization 
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