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5. Literatura [1] Balijepalli Ch., Oppong O.: Measuring vulnerability of road network considering the extent of serviceability of critical road links in urban areas, Journal of Transport Geography, 39, 2014, pp. 145-155. [2] Berdica K.: An introduction to road vulnerability: what has been done, is done and should be done, Transport Policy, 9, 2002, pp. 117-127. [3] Bukowski L.: Koncepcja modelowania ciągłości procesów logistycznych, Logistyka, 3, 2014, pp.7237-7239. [4] Cats O., Jenelius E.: Vulnerability analysis of public transport networks: a dynamic approach

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control ( Carlson, 2013 ). Hans Selye was the first to study chronic stress in lab mice and his experiments led to the recognition of the ‘general adaptation syndrome’. The theory concluded that humans exposed to prolonged stress could experience hormonal breakdown, and subsequently, develop conditions such as heart disease and elevated blood pressure ( Selye, 1952 ). Most vulnerable to chronic stress appear to be children and adolescents. Types of chronic stressors that children and youth experience include frequent parental arguments, divorce, chronic illness

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