Jordan Hill, Oxford, Great Britain, Butterworth-Heinemann: 1997
Edition: First Edition.
xiv, + 335pp., intext figures, tables and 'slides'. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Two discreet library stamps on several leaves, light stains on pastedowns, otherwise leaves clean. Illustrated gloss boards lightly bumped on foredge corners. With an impressive list of multi-disciplinary contributors, the book begins with a comprehensive introduction to the causes, recognition and effects of stress, before discussing prevention, coping and health considerations. It is reinforced with a sample stress policy, questionnaires, advice on holding stress seminars, and more. Contents include: Preli... View More...