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Commentaries Commentaries by: Alexandra M. Freund and Michaela Riediger, What I Have and What I Do— The Role of Resource Loss and Gain Throughout Life, p.370 Richard S. Lazarus, Conservation of Resources Theory (COR): Little More Than Words Masquerading as a New Theory, p.381 James Campbell Quick and Joanne H. Gavin, Four Perspectives on Conservation of Resources Theory: A Commentary, p.392 Ralf Schwarzer, Stress, Resources, and Proactive Coping, p.400 Murray S. Thompson, A Rose By Any Other Name . . . : A Commentary onHobfoll's Conservation of Resources Theory, p.408 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Applied Psychology Wiley

Commentaries

Applied Psychology , Volume 50 (3) – Jul 1, 2001

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Publisher
Wiley
Copyright
International Association for Applied Psychology, 2001.
ISSN
0269-994X
eISSN
1464-0597
DOI
10.1111/1464-0597.00063
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Abstract

Commentaries by: Alexandra M. Freund and Michaela Riediger, What I Have and What I Do— The Role of Resource Loss and Gain Throughout Life, p.370 Richard S. Lazarus, Conservation of Resources Theory (COR): Little More Than Words Masquerading as a New Theory, p.381 James Campbell Quick and Joanne H. Gavin, Four Perspectives on Conservation of Resources Theory: A Commentary, p.392 Ralf Schwarzer, Stress, Resources, and Proactive Coping, p.400 Murray S. Thompson, A Rose By Any Other Name . . . : A Commentary onHobfoll's Conservation of Resources Theory, p.408

Journal

Applied PsychologyWiley

Published: Jul 1, 2001

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