|About the Book|
For many years, the study of stress was generally synonymous with the study of Selyes model. Selye succeeded in integrating the physiological and psychological processes affected by stress with relevant clinical problems. However, the hindrance of specialization has now taken its toll on this model, making interdisciplinary communication a challenge. This book attempts to break down the barriers which individuals come up against when trying to consolidate findings from the areas of psychology, physiology and clinical science.