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Welcome to the Wellness through Stress Management Research Guide

This course explores the nature and scope of stress in today's society, with emphasis on the impact of stress on human health.  Coping strategies for environmental, social and internally induced stressors are discussed.   

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Comprehensive Stress Management, 13th ed. - Jerrold S. Greenberg
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ISBN: 9780073529721
Publication Date: 2012

 

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