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- 1 Dr. Seuss, the Coping Machine, and “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” C. R. Snyder and Kimberley Mann Pulvers
- 2 Getting Things Done On Time: Conquering Procrastination Joseph R. Ferrari
- 3 Coping and Coherence: A Narrative Perspective on ResilienceRobert A. Neimeyer and Heidi Levitt
- 4 The Humor SolutionHerbert M. Lefcourt
- 5 ForgivingMichael E. McCullough
- 6 Coping with the Inevitability of Death: Terror Management and Mismanagement Eric Strachan, Tom Pyszczynski, Jeff Greenberg and Sheldon Solomon
- 7 Managing Hostile Thoughts, Feelings, and Actions: The LifeSkills ApproachRedford B. Williams and Virginia P. Williams
- 8 Comparing Favorably: A Cognitive Approach to Coping Through Comparison with Other PersonsThomas Ashby Wills and James M. Sandy
- 9 Self-Focused Attention and Coping: Attending to the Right ThingsNancy A. Hamilton and Rick E. Ingram
- 10 Dealing with SecretsAnita E. Kelly and Jennifer E. Carter
- 11 A Look at the Coping Strategies and Styles of Asian Americans: Similar and Different? Edward C. Chang
- 12 Aging and Coping: The Activity Solution Gail M. Williamson and W. Keith Dooley
- 13 Methods of Coping from the Religions of the World: The Bar Mitzvah, Karma, and Spiritual Healing Kenneth I. Pargament, Margaret M. Poloma and Nalini Tarakeshwar
- 14 Copers Coping with Stress: Two Against One C. R. Snyder and Kimberley Mann Pulvers