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Published: 07 October 1999

368 Pages | 7 line figures

234x156mm

ISBN: 9780195119343


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Coping

The Psychology of What Works

C. R. Snyder

  • Unlike previous works on coping, this book builds on the strengths of people—a method called "positive psychology"—rather than traditional methods which emphasize weakness and pathology.
  • Contributors are experts and upcoming scholars in the field of coping research
  • One of the few works to integrate the extensive and diverse literatures on coping
  • Foreward by Robert Frank, one of the most eminent figures in the study of coping
  • Selling point: Unlike previous works on coping, this book builds on the strengths of people—a method called "positive psychology"—rather than traditional methods which emphasize weakness and pathology.
  • Selling point: Contributors are experts and upcoming scholars in the field of coping research
  • Selling point: One of the few works to integrate the extensive and diverse literatures on coping
  • Selling point: Foreword by Robert Frank, one of the most eminent figures in the study of coping
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