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Review of Health, stress, and coping; Stress and the family. Volume I. Coping with normative transitions; Stress and the family. Volume II. Coping with catastrophe; and Social stress and the family: Advances and developments in family stress theory and research



Review of Health, stress, and coping; Stress and the family. Volume I. Coping with normative transitions; Stress and the family. Volume II. Coping with catastrophe; and Social stress and the family: Advances and developments in family stress theory and research



Family Systems Medicine 2(1): 94-98




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