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In the Grip: Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function

  • Author: Quenk, Naomi L.
  • Pub or Rev Date: 2000 (2nd Ed)
  • Publisher: CPP
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  • Availability: Available to borrow
  • Format: Booklet
 

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This booklet presents comprehensive information on the inferior function, what triggers it, and how it's expressed in different types. This edition also focuses on workplace issues and the effects of long-term stress on employees at all levels within an organization, based on research and the reported experiences of a stratified national sample of working adults.

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Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function, 2nd edition

Naomi L.Quenk

Discover the effects of chronic stress on personality

This booklet presents comprehensive information on the inferior function, what triggers it, and how it's expressed in different types. This edition also focuses on workplace issues and the effects of long-term stress on employees at all levels within an organization, based on research and the reported experiences of a stratified national sample of working adults.

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Lib Title In the Grip: Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function
Lib Source Type
Lib Source Name CPP, Intro Ser
Lib Aq Date 03/01/2009
Lib Copies 1
Topic revision: r3 - 04 May 2014, VickiBrown
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