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Stress Evaluation and Intervention
A brief review of the related literature concerning stress evaluation and intervention.
# 153457 | 1,484 words | 6 sources | APA | 2013 | US
Published on Jun 04, 2013 in Psychology (General) , Literature (General)


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Description:

This paper attempts to understand the perspectives, dimensions, concepts and measures surrounding the concepts stress evaluation and intervention. The paper is divided into three sections, focusing on how stress evaluation and intervention are framed in psychological research. The first section discusses the psychological stress model as one of the prevalently used models in stress research. The second section discusses the conceptualization and measurement of stress evaluation in the current literature; the third section, meanwhile, talks about stress intervention programs that have been developed through findings from these studies.

Outline:
Psychological Stress Model
Stress Evaluation - Dimensions and Measures
Stress Intervention - Dimensions and Measures

From the Paper:

"The Psychological Stress Model (PSM) presented in Lemyre's (2009) study was adapted as a classic model for stress research, following the flow of "first generation" stress models, which is in the form of Stimuli-Response or S-R linkage. This model looks at different critical components that causes and influences stress affect: stressor(s), coping strategies, social environment, appraisal, stress, and disorder. This linear stress model ultimately shows the linkage between stressors and stress, and determines how stress can actually lead to psychological disorders when it escalates and without intervention (p. 455). Through the PSM, Lemyre posited that in an individual, 'more stressful life events lead to higher probability of developing an illness the following year' (p. 456). This hypothesis is then supported through the PSM, wherein each component is part of a critical path that ultimately determines the eventual development (or prevention) of stress into a psychological disorder. "

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Bianchi, E. (2004). "Stress and coping among cardiovascular nurses: a survey in Brazil." Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 25.
  • Caserta, M., D. Lund, R. Utz and \B. de Vries. (2009). "Stress-related growth among the recently bereaved." Aging & Mental Health, Vol. 13, No. 3.
  • Cox, T. (2007). "Evaluating organizational-level work stress interventions: beyond traditional methods." Work & Stress, Vol. 21, No. 4.
  • Lemyre, L. (2009). "Psychological stress measure (PSM-9): integration of an evidence-based approach to assessment, monitoring, and evaluation of stress in physical therapy practice." Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, Vol. 25.
  • Moeini, B. (2008). "Perceived stress, self-efficacy, and its relations to psychological well-being status in Iranian male high school students." Social Behavior and Personality, Vol. 36(2).

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