Coping with Uncertainty: Behavioral and Developmental Perspectives

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FIG. 6.12. Plasma cortisol as a function of emotion understanding. ( Marvinney et al., 1986). (Graph produced using curve smoothing techniques. Analysis performed on raw data. Darkened area represents range for baseline cortisol.)

addressing the question of how children cope with challenging, demanding or difficult circumstances.


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