As Petticrew wrote in 2011, Selye, the self-styled “Father of Stress,” had done important work in the 1930s and 1940s.
To do so, however, would miss the point of this study and of countless works from Selye and many others.
Selye Sel·ye (sěl'yě, zěl'-), Hans Hugo Bruno. 1907-1982.
Austrian-born Canadian physician who studied the physiological and biochemical results of stress and anxiety. He developed the general-adaptation syndrome as a means of expressing the reactions of the body to systemic stress.