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Endnote. Endnotes

1.Higble, Andrea, “When Stress Calls,” San Diego Union-Tribune, March 12, 2001, pp. C1, C2.
2.Personal communication, June 2000.
3.Sometimes the issues are more clinical and thus more serious. People with stress-sensitive or stress-causing illness, including anxiety or panic attacks, addictions, or depression, could benefit from psychotherapy.
4.Wolff, Michael, “The E Decade,” New York, December 6, 1999, pp. 34–41.
5.I'm talking about nonpathological levels of anxiety that can be reduced in the ways described here. Pathological levels of anxiety, like phobias, need psychotherapy.
6.A regular appointment is on the academic ladder of assistant, associate, and full professor. That ladder leads to academic tenure. Nonregular appointments are not eligible for tenure.
7.Lardner, James, “World-Class Workaholics,” U.S. News and World Report, December 20, 1999, pp. 42–53.



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