Stress, Shock, and Adaptation in the Twentieth Century

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Robert G.W. Kirk.; Mark Jackson; Edmund Ramsden; David Cantor;
  • Publisher: University of Rochester Press
  • Subject: history of science & medicine | MBX

Stress is one of the most widely utilized medical concepts in modern society. Originally used to describe physiological responses to trauma, it is now applied in a variety of other fields and contexts, such as in the construction and expression of personal identity, soc... View more
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