Acute or chronic stress as determinants of behavior, character, and neurosis.
American handbook of psychiatry: volume 3, adult clinical psychiatry. Arieti S, Brody EB, eds. New York: Basic Books, 1974 Jan; 3:39-60
Psychic stress is determined to result in a range of changes in behavior, character, and neurosis. The end results are determined by factors in the various stages of the clinical process, through pre-stress, impact, disorganization and regression.
NIOSH-Grant; Psychological-disorders; Mental-disorders; Psychological-stress
Psychiatry, Environ Health Cincinnati General Hospital Dept of Psychiatry Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
American handbook of psychiatry: volume 3, adult clinical psychiatry
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio