|Author:||Rudolf H. Moos|
|Title:||The Human Context: Environmental Determinants of Behavior|
|Format:||mbr docx mobi lrf|
|ePUB size:||1324 kb|
|FB2 size:||1804 kb|
|DJVU size:||1156 kb|
|Publisher:||Krieger Pub Co (June 1, 1985)|
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The Human Context: Environmental Determinants of Behavior. Environment and utopia: Asynthesis. To highlight recent progress in this area, I offer a guiding conceptual framework and discuss 8 propositions about environment and coping.
The Human Context: Environmental Determinants of Behavior by. Rudolf H. Moos.
In the Public Domain. Personal and Environmental Determinants of Activity Involvement Among Elderly Residents. of Congregate Facilities. Sonne Lemke and Rudolf H. Activity levelb Watched television Read a newspaper or book Visited with other residents Took a walk Sewed or knitted Played cards, checkers, chess, or other game Engaged in photography, wood working. ceramics, or other hobby. Integration in the community0 To visit friends or relatives To go shopping To eat in a restaurant To attend religious services To attend the movies To go to a senior citizens center To go to a ballgame or other sports event. Habitats, Environments, and Human Behavior. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Bergman, Simon and IleneO. Lemke, Sonne and Rudolf H. Coping with an Relocation: Behavioral Change as a Function of Residents' Per-sonal Resources.
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Drug and alcohol dependence. Personal and contextual determinants of coping strategies. Charles J Holahan, Rudolf H. Journal of personality and social psychology. This study examined personal and contextual predictors of active and avoidance coping strategies in a community sample of over 400 adults and in a sample of over 400 persons entering psychiatri. More).
Stanfard University and Veterans Administration Medical Center Pala Alto, California. In collaboration with. Preface This book examines new developments in the area of human competence and coping behavior. It sets forth a conceptual framework that considers the interplay between environmental contexts and personal resources and their impact on how individuals cope with life transitions and crises. The selections cover the tasks confronted in varied life crises and describe the coping strategies employed in managing them. The Human Meaning of Total Disaster: The Buffalo Creek Experience 307 Robert Jay Lifton and Eric Olson 23. Disaster: The Helper's Perspective 323 Beverly Raphael, Bruce Singh, and Lesley Bradbury. X. coping with unusual crises: violence and terrorism 331 24.
107 Rudolf H. Moos and Charles J. Holahan. 11. Coping with Diabetes: Psychological Determinants of Diabetes Outcomes. 215 Julie Wagner and Howard Tennen. The purpose of this book is to study human coping following the onset of, and the ongoing stressor of, a chronic illness or disability (CID). Theories and empirical studies about coping will be examined about individuals who have faced the challenge of CID and who have coped with CID in different ways. Stress Related to Chronic Illness and Disability.