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The Mediating Role of Meaning in the Association between Stress and Health

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Van Tongeren, Daryl R., Peter C. Hill, Neal Krause, Gail H. Ironson, and Kenneth I. Pargament. 2017. "The Mediating Role of Meaning in the Association between Stress and Health." Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 51(5): 775-781.

Stress is a common feature of life and has routinely been linked with negative health outcomes. However, meaning has been identified as a possible buffer against stress.

DOI:10.1007/s12160-017-9899-8 (Full Text)

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