Fifty Years of the Research and Theory of R.S. Lazarus: An Analysis of Historical and Perennial Issues

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Fifty Years of the Research and Theory of R. S. Lazarus
An Analysis of Historical and Perennial Issues

Richard S. Lazarus

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1998 Mahwah, New Jersey London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • PROLOGUE xiii
  • I - Starting Out with A Bang: My Dissertation 1
  • II - Why Psychologists Argue: Perennial Epistemological Issues 9
  • HUNGER AND PERCEPTION 14
  • References 28
  • IS THERE A MECHANISM OF PERCEPTUAL DEFENSE? 29
  • References 33
  • PERSONALITY DYNAMICS AND AUDITORY PERCEPTUAL RECOGNITION 34
  • Acknowledgments 44
  • References 45
  • PERCEPTUAL DEFENSE AND PROJECTIVE TESTS 45
  • References 56
  • EFFECTS OF FAILURE STRESS UPON SKILLED PERFORMANCE 56
  • References 63
  • COGNITIVE AND COPING PROCESSES IN EMOTION 70
  • References 82
  • AUTONOMIC DISCRIMINATION WITHOUT AWARENESS: A STUDY OF SUBCEPTION 87
  • III - The Transition from Laboratory to Field Research 107
  • A LABORATORY APPROACH TO THE DYNAMICS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS 111
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 128
  • References 128
  • A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF STRESS-REACTION PATTERNS IN JAPAN 129
  • Acknowledgments 145
  • References 146
  • ACTIVE COPING PROCESSES, COPING DISPOSITIONS, AND RECOVERY FROM SURGERY 162
  • Acknowledgments 178
  • References 178
  • THE STRESS AND COPING PARADIGM 182
  • References 217
  • IV - Practical Applications of Stress and Coping 223
  • THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF DENIAL 227
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 248
  • References 248
  • THE TRIVIALIZATION OF DISTRESS 251
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 268
  • References 268
  • PUZZLES IN THE STUDY OF DAILY HASSLES 272
  • References 287
  • COGNITION AND EMOTION FROM THE RET VIEWPOINT 290
  • References 307
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS IN THE WORKPLACE 312
  • References 320
  • THE PSYCHOLOGY OF STRESS AND COPING 324
  • References 336
  • V - Expanding Stress and Coping to the Emotions 347
  • FROM PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS TO THE EMOTIONS: A History of Changing Outlooks 349
  • LITERATURE CITED 364
  • COPING THEORY AND RESEARCH: Past, Present, and Future 366
  • References 388
  • EPILOGUE 391
  • References 405
  • AUTHOR INDEX 413
  • SUBJECT INDEX 423
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