Conservation-withdrawal and action-engagement: on a theory of survivor behavior.


In severe continuing adversity, it is postulated that a potential for survivor behavior with common characteristics is evoked that may ultimately result in survival of what at first sight appears to be insuperable odds. The process of survival results in a radical change of values, intensified concern with the body (the survival value of hypochondriasis and… (More)


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