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The Theory of Stress and Coping Among Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence. Amanda Shortell December 17 th , 2009 SB 721. What is stress? (2). According to Lazarus: Single or successive person-environment interactions Always changing Reciprocal: influence is bi-directional
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December 17th, 2009
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