Category Archives: Coping

Study: Urban Green Spaces Lower People’s Frustration and Stress

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What is the relationship between the environment, behaviour and emotions? What kinds of environments will make us happy? Environmental psychologists try to answer this question. Continue reading

The Cognitive Activation Theory of Stress

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Acute stress is a highly adaptive response, but it may become chronic, and then we need to rethink the way we live.

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Self-Harm as a Means of Coping With Emotional Distress

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The number (prevalence) of self-harmers is relatively high in the general population. Self-harm is involved in as much as 225 out of 100.000 emergencies in the U.S., according to the emergency departments (Puskar et al., 2006). Continue reading