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Theories of Stress and Its Relationship to Health

@inproceedings{RiceTheoriesOS,
  title={Theories of Stress and Its Relationship to Health},
  author={V. Rice}
}
C onceptualizations of stress and the stress response have varied in form and context throughout the centuries. In watching disease, both in private houses and in public hospitals, the thing which strikes the experienced observer most forcibly is this, that the symptoms or the sufferings generally considered to be inevitable and incidental to the disease are very often not symptoms of disease at all, but of something quite different—of the want of fresh air, or of light, or of warmth, or of… Expand

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