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    • The Association of Chronic Social Stress with Psychological Distress in Thailand 

      Charoendee, Srisuda (Research Centre for Health Promotion, The University of Bergen, 2005)
      This study investigated chronic social stress emanating from troublesome interpersonal relationships, and its association with psychological distress (e.g., depressive symptoms). Five-hundred and twenty-six women and men ...
    • Betydningen av balanse mellom underkomponenter for stressbeskyttende effekter av hardiness 

      Gjerstad, Christer Lunde; Dalheim, Hege Bjercke; Bull-Tornøe, Ingrid L (The University of Bergen, 2013-04-13)
      The present exploratory study investigated whether an alternative operationalization of hardiness would be of significance to the effect of hardiness on the relationship between stress and health complaints. The ...
      Master thesis
    • Chronic Social Stress and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescents 

      Aanes, Mette M. (Research Centre for Health Promotion, The University of Bergen, 2005)
      The participants in this cross-sectional study were Romanian students in secondary and high schools in Bucharest. The data were collected with the assistance of the Youth to Youth Foundation of Romania. The study was ...
    • Chronic social stress and psychological distress in Russia 

      Konstantinova, Svetlana V. (Research Centre for Health Promotion, The University of Bergen, 2005)
      The data for this study were collected in a cross-sectional population-based survey in 2003. A second wave of data was collected from the same participants several months later, but only the cross-sectional data are included ...
    • The effect of working with difficult clients on recovery need, through the mediating effect of emotional load 

      Normann, Christer Halsøy; Walseth, Åshild Marie Tveit (The University of Bergen, 2016-02-15)
      Service occupations have been highlighted as a vulnerable profession with respect to stress. Recovery need is a natural consequence of normal work efforts, but can be detrimental to wellbeing if the work efforts goes beyond ...
      Master thesis
    • Gylne Øyeblikk 

      Lien, Hilde Chr.H.; Kvale, Marianne (The University of Bergen, 2010-11-24)
      This is a theoretical thesis witch has explored golden moments from a phenomenological, humanistic and body oriented approach. Clinical examples from clinic experience with a stress reducing group program with ...
      Master thesis