Stress Psychopathology

The Stress psychopathology is a psychological theory that attempts to explain behaviour as predisposition vulnerability together with stress from life experiences. and it can take the form of genetic, psychological, biological, or situational factors. A large range of individual differences exist between persons in their vulnerability to the development of disorder. Interventions which deals with  treat and prevent mental illness. Pathology refers to illness or disorder.

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Annals of Behavioural ScienceMental Illness and TreatmentAbnormal and Behavioural PsychologyApplied and Rehabilitation Psychology: Open AccessClinical and Experimental PsychologyAnxiety Stress  and  Coping, Psychiatry, Comparative and Physiological  Psychology, Development and  Psychopathology, Developmental Psychology.

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