Stress management in health care organizations.

Bolles, Kathy


Stress generation in depression: Three studies on its resilience, possible mechanism, and symptom specificity
Joiner, TE; Wingate, LR; Gençöz, Tülin; Gençöz, Faruk (Guilford Publications, 2005-03-01)
Three longitudinal studies examined several issues related to stress generation in depressive symptoms among undergraduates, with emphasis on mechanisms of stress generation. Study 1 replicated the stress generation effect reported in past research. Study 2 replicated Study 1's findings and, furthermore, supported the symptom specificity of stress generation to depressive versus anxious symptoms, and, perhaps most important, found that increases in hopelessness fully accounted for the stress generation find...
Conflict behaviors and their relationship to popularity
Tezer, Esin (2001-12-01)
This study examined conflict behaviors (self, other) among 127 Turkish college students. Differences in five conflict behaviors (forcing, avoiding, accommodating, compromising, and collaborating) were then explored in relation to popularity and unpopularity. Results indicated that the students engaged in more avoiding and compromising behaviors, while perceiving more forcing behavior in others. Further, the unpopular group was found to engage in more compromising behavior, and perceived more forcing behavio...
Conflict-handling behavior toward spouses and supervisors
Tezer, Esin (Informa UK Limited, 1996-05-01)
The differences in conflict-handling behaviors toward spouses and supervisors in Turkey were examined. Participants were 71 married individuals (33 women, 38 men) who were subordinates working as full-time employees in different organizations and who agreed to answer a two-page questionnaire prepared by the author, based on conflict-handling behavior identified by Thomas (1976). The participants were not married to each other, nor were they working under the same supervisor. The results offered no support f...
Stress Detection in Human-Computer Interaction: Fusion of Pupil Dilation and Facial Temperature Features
GÖKÇAY, DİDEM; Gökçay, Didem (2016-01-01)
In order to differentiate the affective state of a computer user as it changes from relaxation to stress, features derived from pupil dilation and periorbital temperature can be utilized. Absolute signal values and measurements computed from these can be fused to increase the accuracy of affective classification. In this study, entropy in a sliding window was used to accommodate the time differences in the physiological rise and fall profiles of pupil and thermal data. Two methods, decision tree and Adaboos...
Conflict distress, conflict attributions and perceived conflict behaviors as predictors of relationship satisfaction
Eğeci, İlke Sine; Fışıloğlu, Hürol; Department of Psychology (2005)
The aim of the study was to investigate the relationship among conflict distress, conflict attributions (self/partner blame), perceived conflict behaviors (similarity/difference) and relationship satisfaction. Relationship Conflict Inventory (RCI), Dyadic Adjustment Scale (DAS), Conflict Behaviors Questionnaire and Demographic Information Form was administered to 58 dating couples. In order to investigate the predictive power of conflict distress level, conflict attributions (self/partner blame), perceived ...
Citation Formats
K. Bolles, “Stress management in health care organizations.,” Middle East Technical University, 1984.