Psychological processes in adversarial growth

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Linley, P. Alex;
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    mesheuropmc: humanities | education | health care economics and organizations

This thesis set out to investigate some of the variables associated with, and the\ud processes and mechanisms of, positive change following trauma and adversity, or\ud adversarial growth, in diverse populations.\ud A systematic and comprehensive review of the literature... View more
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