The Handbook of Stress: Neuropsychological Effects on the Brain

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Acknowledgments

I give my heartfelt gratitude to David Mostofsky for initiating the process and inviting me to become the editor of this volume in the Wiley-Blackwell Handbooks of Behavioral Neuroscience series. This endeavor was the furthest from my mind when I was approached to embark on the project, but has evolved into one of the most gratifying intellectual experiences in my career. The process was not without its ups and downs, ironically reflecting a microchasm of the yin yang perspective. But as the project reaches its completion, I now reflect fondly upon the experience and am immensely proud of the final book. It is important to recognize that the book is a group effort, with every author deserving of my warmest appreciation and deepest respect. Each author showed a profound and dedicated work ethic toward the final goal, and each produced an outstanding chapter. I also want to recognize the help of my husband, Stuart Greenstein and my son, Ely Conrad Greenstein, for helping to conceptualize the cover art and allowing me time on weekends and late nights to work on the book, which has been long and reached nearly 2 years from its inception. Finally, this book could not have come to fruition without the enormous help from the Wiley-Blackwell publishing staff and freelance writers, which includes Christine Cardone, Constance Adler, Nicole Benevenia, Matthew Bennett, Nik Prowse, and Joanna Pyke.

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