An Asian Perspective of Occupational Stress Coping Model

Sri Lanka has one of the highest rates of natural disasters and violent conflicts in the world. Yet there is a lack of research on its unique socio-cultural characteristics that determine an individual’s cognitive and behavioural responses to distressing encounters. Yong Goh discusses the cognitive and behavioural processes of occupational stress experience in the collectivistic society of Sri Lanka.

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