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Naslov:Traumatic stress : From theory to practice / John R. Freedy, Stevan E. Hobfoll
Impresum:New York, NY, US : Plenum Press , cop. 1995
Materijalni opis:xvii, 402 str. ; 24 cm
Nakladnička cjelina:Plenum series on stress and coping
Ključne riječi:traumatski stres
Sažetak:(from the preface) Even a passing interest in daily news events confirms that violent crime, disasters, serious accidents, war, and other forms of traumatic events occur frequently and with great impact upon individuals, families, and communities. On a more scientific note, extant research studies have confirmed several crucial facts regarding the nature of traumatic events. These facts include: (1) that traumatic events occur frequently, impacting large numbers of people; (2) that exposure to traumatic events substantially increases the risk of several serious mental health problems; and (3) that it is possible to limit the impact of traumatic events through the application of prevention, assessment, and treatment strategies. This volume translates extant scientific knowledge concerning traumatic events and mental health into state-of-the-art prevention, assessment, and treatment activities for mental health professionals among whom intervention is their daily bread. This volume is intended to further inform mental health practitioners regarding: (1) the high prevalence of traumatic events; (2) the types of psychosocial problems associated with traumatic events; and (3) prevention, assessment, and treatment (psychosocial and biological) strategies available to alleviate trauma-engendered suffering. [The authors] have designed the book to be a clinical handbook for mental health professionals. . . . In particular, the following practitioners may find the information in this volume of considerable utility: psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, or mental health counselors from related fields. It can be of use both to licensed practitioners as well as students in these various mental health fields.
Sadržaj:Part I. Overview of the traumatic stress field. - Traumatic stress: An overview of the field, John R. Freedy and John C. Donkervoet / 3-28. - Conservation of resources and traumatic stress, Stevan E. Hobfoll, Carla A. Dunahoo and Jeannine Monnier / 29-47. - Applying community psychology to the prevention of trauma and traumatic life events, Fran H. Norris and Martie P. Thompson / 49-71. - General principles of biological intervention following trauma, Harold Kudler and Jonathan R. T. Davidson / 73-98. - Part II. Defining the nature of traumatic events. - Military trauma, Frank W. Weathers, Brett T. Litz and Terence M. Keane / 103-128. - Violent crime and mental health, Rochelle F. Hanson, Dean G. Kilpatrick, Sherry A. Falsetti and Heidi S. Resnick / 129-161. - The mental health impact of natural and technological disasters, Bonnie L. Green and Susan D. Solomon / 163-180. - The psychological impact of accidental injury: A conceptual model for clinicians and researchers. - Joseph R. Scotti, Beverley K. Beach, Lynn M. E. Northrop, Cheryl A. Rode and John P. Forsyth / 181-212. - Refugee status, torture, and adjustment, Peter Vesti and Marianne Kastrup / 213-235. - Part III. Assessment and treatment issues. - Helping victims of military trauma, Zahava Solomon and Arieh Y. Shalev / 241-261. - Helping the victims of violent crime, Sherry A. Falsetti and Heidi S. Resnick / 263-285. - Helping the victims of disasters, Alexander C. McFarlane / 287-314. - Accidental injury: Approaches to assessment and treatment, Connie L. Best and David P. Ribbe / 315-337. - Treatment of torture survivors: Psychosocial and somatic aspects, Peter Vesti and Marianne Kastrup / 339-363. - Traumatic stress: A blueprint for the future, John R. Freedy and Stevan E. Hobfoll
APA CC:3215
Ostali autori / urednici:Freedy, John R. ; Hobfoll, Stevan E.
Signatura:3215 95 TRA
Inventarni broj:104/2006
Vrsta građe:knjiga
Knjižnica:Knjižnica Odsjeka za psihologiju, http://www.knjiznice.ffzg.hr/psihologija

Naslov:Extreme stress and communities / edited by Stevan E. Hobfoll, Marten W. de Vries
Impresum:Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Publishers , cop. 1995
Materijalni opis:XXII, 535 str. ; 24 cm
Nakladnička cjelina:NATO ASI series. Series D, Behavioural and social sciences ; vol. 80
Napomena:Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division. - Proceeding of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Stress and Communities, Chateau de Bonas, France, June 14-18, 1994
Sažetak:This volume grew out of our interest in promoting the concept of community, within the study and practice of response to large-scale traumatic events. Partially because of a media that today connects the world and partially because of changes in world politics, technology, and natural circumstances (e.g., global warming), there has been an increase in both the awareness and occurrence of extreme stress events that communities undergo. . . . However, mental health professionals and social scientists have continued to focus on the individual, and not the community. Without losing sight of the individual, our primary goal was to expand the understanding of researchers and interventionists regarding the role of communities in these events. This volume begins by presenting basic areas of importance to stress researchers, establishing these as building blocks for our task of understanding extreme stress. We then examine personal, social, and instrumental resources that have been found to aid adaptation to major stressful circumstances. With this basis formed, we turn to strategies for research and intervention at the community level. We address key community concepts, immediate, mid-term, and long-term responses to war and disasters, and modes of intervention. Our intervention emphasis is on intervention in the broadest sense, including prevention, education, pre and post disaster strategies, and treatment.
Sadržaj:Contributors to this volume. - Participants in the NATO Advanced Research Workshop Acknowledgements. - Preface [by] Stevan E. Hobfoll and Marten W. deVries. - Section I: Introduction: Focusing on the community in the case of extreme stress [by] Stevan E. Hobfoll, Marten W. deVries and Rebecca P. Cameron. - The community context of disaster and traumatic stress: An ecological perspective from community psychology, Edison J. Trickett / 11-25. - Section II: Basic stress concepts and where they lead in the study of community stress [by] Stevan E. Hobfoll, Rebecca P. Cameron and Marten W. deVries. - Disasters, stress and cognition, Donald Meichenbaum / 33-61. - Temperament risk factor: The contribution of temperament to the consequences of the state of stress, Jan Strelau / 63-81. - Coping with the loss of a family member: Implications for community-level research and intervention, Camille B. Wortman, Katherine B. Carnelley, Darrin R. Lehman, Christopher G. Davis and Julie Juola Exline / 83-103. - Individual and community stress: Integration of approaches at different levels, Matthias Jerusalem, Krzysztof Kaniasty, Darrin R. Lehman, Christian Ritter and Gordon J. Turnbull / 105-129. - Section III: Resources to offset stress: Applications to the community context [by] Stevan E. Hobfoll, Rebecca P. Cameron and Marten W. deVries. - Community stress and resources: Actions and reactions, Stevan E. Hobfoll, Sylvester Briggs and Jennifer Wells / 137-158. - Optimistic self-beliefs as a resource factor in coping with stress, Ralf Schwarzer and Matthias Jerusalem / 159-177. - Stress and social support, Irwin G. Sarason, Barbara R. Sarason and Gregory R. Pierce / 179-197. - Section IV: Bridges to community stress [by] Stevan E. Hobfoll, Rebecca P. Cameron and Marten W. deVries. - Prevention of the consequences of man-made or natural disaster at the (inter)national, the community, the family, and the individual level, Joop T. V. M. de Jong / 207-227. - The pathogenic effects of war stress: The Israeli experience, Zahava Solomon / 229-246. - Stress and disaster, Alexander C. McFarlane / 247-265. - Methodological issues in designing research on community-wide disasters with special reference to Chernobyl, Evelyn J. Bromet / 267-282. - Research methods and directions: Establishing the community context, Fran H. Norris, John R. Freedy, Anita DeLongis, Lucio Sibilia and Wolfgang Schönpflug / 283-299. - Section V: Long-term effects of community stress [by] Stevan E. Hobfoll, Rebecca P. Cameron and Marten W. deVries. - Long-term consequences of disasters, Bonnie L. Green / 307-324. - Endurance and living: Long-term effects of the Holocaust, Jacob Lomranz / 325-352. - Reverberation Theory: Stress and racism in hierarchically structured communities, James S. Jackson and Marita R. Inglehart / 353-373. - Culture, community and catastrophe: Issues in understanding communities under difficult conditions, Marten W. deVries / 375-393. - Section VI: Prevention and intervention [by] Stevan E. Hobfoll, Rebecca P. Cameron and Marten W. deVries. - Preventive psychosocial intervention after disaster, Lars Weis?th / 401-419. - The treatment of post traumatic stress disorder, Bessell A. van der Kolk, Onno van der Hart and Jennifer Burbridge / 421-443. - Strategies of disaster intervention for children and adolescents, Robert S. Pynoos, Armen Goenjian and Alan M. Steinberg / 445-471. - Catalyzing community support, Noach Milgram, Barbara R. Sarason, Ute Schönpflug, Anita Jackson and Christine Schwarzer / 473-488. - Prevention and treatment of community stress: How to be a mental health expert at the time of disaster, Charles Figley, Robert Giel, Stefania Borgo, Sylvester Briggs and Mika Haritos-Fatouros / 489-497. - Intervention strategies for emergency response groups: A new conceptual framework, Roderick J. Orner / 499-521. - Conclusions: Addressing communities under extreme stress [by] Stevan E. Hobfoll, Marten W. deVries and Rebecca P. Cameron. - Index
APA CC:3373
Ostali autori / urednici:Hobfoll, Stevan E. ; De Vries, Marten W.
Signatura:3373 95 EXT
Inventarni broj:102/2006
Vrsta građe:knjiga
Knjižnica:Knjižnica Odsjeka za psihologiju, http://www.knjiznice.ffzg.hr/psihologija

Autor(i):Hobfoll, Stevan E.
Naslov:The ecology of stress / Stevan E. Hobfoll
Impresum:New York : Hemisphere Publishing Corp , 1988.
Materijalni opis:xvii, 360 str. ; 24 cm
Nakladnička cjelina:The series in health psychology and behavioral medicine
Sažetak:(from the jacket) In this volume, Dr. Stevan Hobfoll presents a model of stress resistance, emphasizing the place of the person in his/her environment. Focusing on applications, the text sets up an ecological model based on supportive emotional ties and the knowledge and ability to mobilize such support. Coverage includes an investigation of "ecological congruence," personal and social resources, demands placed on the individual, perceptions of stressors, time as part of the stress process, and life events.
Sadržaj:The stress concept: Social and psychological perspectives. - Stress and the human experience. - Psychosocial stress: Founding concepts. - Stress definitions and models. - The conservation of resources: A new stress model. - Emotions and subconscious processes: Role in stress. - The model of ecological congruence: Blueprint for understanding stress resistance. - Personal and social resources fit to environmental demand. - Social support and stress: Searching for a context. - Environmental bias in understanding strain. - Social support and stress resistance. - Personal relationships: The process of social support. - Personal attributes and stress resistance. - Search for stress moderators. - Early perspectives on personality and well-being. - Contemporary research on personal resources and stress resistance. - Stress and coping. - Stress resistance during war: Applications of the models of ecological congruence and conservation of resources. - Civilians' adjustment to war. - Effects of war on combatants. - Implications for understanding stress resistance. - Stress resistance in times of illness: Further applications of the models of ecological congruence and conservation of resources. - Coping with threat to life. - Adjustment to complications of pregnancy. - Reactions to children's illnesses. - Implications for health psychology, behavioral medicine, and prevention. - Development of an ecological loss theory of personality and intervention efforts. - Theory of personality based on avoidance of loss. - Implications for intervention
APA CC:3365
Signatura:3365 88 HOB
Vrsta građe:knjiga
Knjižnica:Knjižnica Odsjeka za psihologiju, http://www.knjiznice.ffzg.hr/psihologija

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