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" Not only do subsystems usually maintain equilibrium, but they are also usually in balance with their environments, which have outputs into systems and inputs from them. This prevents variations in the environment from destroying systems, either by collapse... "
Mental Health Research Institute Staff Publications - Стр. 149
авторы: University of Michigan. Mental Health Research Institute - 1959
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General Systems Theory and Psychiatry

William Gray, Frederick J. Duhl, Nicholas D. Rizzo - 1969 - Страниц: 481
...in the system. Input excess and output lack both produce the opposite strain— increased amounts. Strains may or may not be capable of being reduced, depending upon their intensity and the resources of the system. The totality of the strains within a system resulting...
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Theories of Organizational Stress

Cary L. Cooper - 1998 - Страниц: 294
...force displacing a variable beyond its range of stability. This produces a strain within the organism. Strains may or may not be capable of being reduced, depending upon their intensity and the resources of the individual. Organisms may also anticipate a stress. Knowledge...
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