Psychoneuroendocrinology of stress and emotions: issues for future research.

Abstract:

:It is stated that much psychoneuroendocrinological research is carried out that lacks a theoretical framework and therefore adds little to our current knowledge. Therefore, five research issues have been presented which need further exploration: (1) the temporal relation between subjective and biological stress responses; (2) the question of the psychobiological specificity; (3) the relationship between endocrine responses to acute and to chronic stressors; (4) the relationship between endocrine activity and susceptibility to disease, and (5) the mediating and moderating effects of personal factors (coping, personality, and task performance) on psychobiological responses. It is argued that the study of these issues will increase our understanding of the stress phenomenon.

journal_name

Psychother Psychosom

authors

Vingerhoets AJ,Assies J

doi

10.1159/000288411

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1991-01-01 00:00:00

pages

69-75

issue

2-4

eissn

0033-3190

issn

1423-0348

journal_volume

55

pub_type

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