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STRESS MANAGEMENT BOOKS @ ROD LIBRARY
The selected books listed below are available at Rod Library in print and/or electronic formats. There are many more books available at Rod Library stress related topics. Search UNISTAR or go to the section on Finding Books.
Selected websites on the topic of stress management from universities and colleges around the U.S.
STRESS MANAGEMENT MOVIES @ ROD LIBRARY
Frosh : Nine Months in a Freshman Residence Hall
Call Number: Video LA229 .F76 1993 VHS
A documentary filmed at Stanford University during the 1990/91 school year. Two filmmakers moved into a freshman residence hall and followed a new group of students from move-in day to spring finals. We watch as 10 students from varied backgrounds grapple with a multitude of psycho-social developmental concerns including cultural, ethnic and class differences, the issues of substance abuse and sexual relationships, academic and career choices, stress management, autonomy and community building
Selected videos, DVDs, and films on stress management topics are listed below. Search for more by doing a Specialized Search in UNISTAR. Select the format under the Specialized Format column and type in keywords in the search box.
Call Number: Video BF575.S75 M362 1978 VHS
Presents important research based information on work-related stress. Covers such topics as the flight or fight response, Hans Selye's pioneering research, the concept of "eustress", stress control techniques and Freidman and Rosenman's Type A and Type B personalities
Promoting Healthy Behavior
Call Number: Video RA427.8 .P76 2001 VHS
Introduces the basic concepts of health and wellness, emphasizing that well-being is a multidimensional concept that exerts an ongoing influence throughout one's life
Call Number: Video RA785 .S47 2006 DVD
The pace of life has greatly increased, and the escalation of chronic stress is costing people their health, relationships, and careers. In this program, an immunologist, a psychiatrist, and a mental skills coach lay bare the symptoms of chronic stress, the negative impact on the body of continual exposure to adrenalin and cortisol, and biological and psychological factors that influence vulnerability to overstressing
Standing Tall: Stories of Resilience
Call Number: Video BF698.35.R47 S73 2010 DVD
Resilience is a skill that all of us need. In this program we visit two young adults and learn the different strategies for overcoming stress and challenges in young people's lives
Stress Prevention & Management: A Guide to Easy Living
Call Number: Video BF575.S75 S77345 2007 DVD
Get strategies and techniques that can help prevent stress from accumulating to potentially harmful levels. Discuss how to manage any stress that does occur by reshaping attitudes in order to prevent higher stress levels
Stressed to the Limit
Call Number: Video R726.7 .S77 2006 DVD
If a stressful day can make us sick, how does stress get under the skin? This lesson seeks answers, exploring various topics of health psychology, including the fight-or-flight response, lymphocytes, cytokines, heart disease, and the psychosocial lure of cigarette smoking. Cancer survivor, Cindy Lauren and her support group, are a window for discussion of important issues such as control, social support, resilience, and the search for meaning