Positive Emotion in the Midst of Stress: It’s Not Crazy it’s Adaptive

11/4/2009; 43 minutes

UCSF social psychologist Judith Moskowitz examines how positive emotions can be marshaled as adaptive coping tools during stressful times. Moskowitz's research focuses on coping and emotion in the context of health related chronic stress. (#17226)

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