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Book Reviews

Everyday Biological Stress Mechanisms

John J. Straumanis, MD

Published: March 15, 2003

Article Abstract

Everyday Biological Stress Mechanisms

This volume is based on the international symposium "Scientifically Based Biological Assessment of Long-Term Stress in Daily Life," which was held April 12-15, 2000, in Stockholm, Sweden. It consists of an introduction and 10 chapters by numerous authors from the United States, Canada, Europe, and Japan. Theoretical, epidemiologic, physiologic, and clinical aspects of long-term stress are discussed, and the discussions vary from highly technical to a level comprehensible to most scientific readers.


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Volume: 64

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