Final OB - Chapter 7 1 Stress is A fact of nature 2 Is...

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Chapter 7 1. Stress is: A fact of nature. 2. Is defined by psychologists as the body’s reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental, or emotional adjustment or response 3. Which of the following is not a type of response to stress? Societal 4. General Adaptive Syndrome is:a) how events on the job cause different kinds of people to feel different emotions. Is the predictable way the body responses to stress as described by Hans Sely 5. Hans Selye’s hypothesis that stress plays a general role in disease by exhausting the body’s immune system 6. Which region of the brain is responsible for stimulating the fear response: amygdala is responsible for, among other things, stimulating fear responses 7. Hans Selye’s work on stress suggests all the following physical diseases could result from stress except: infertility. 8. In what stress phase does the body release cortisol and begin to adjust to the demands of the stress? Resistance phase 9. Fight or flight responses include all of the following physical aspects but: decreased heart rate 10. Which phase of the stress process is characterized by the fight or flight response? Alarm phase 11. It is finals week at State University and Agnes has five finals in three days. What phase of the stress process is she experiencing in each of the scenarios below? Type A personality. 12. 10. Agnes just went through the kitchen cupboards and found a chocolate bar loaded with caramel. She is experiencing the: Exhaustion phase. 13. 11. Agnes glances at the clock and notes it is three hours until her first final of the week. She still has two chapters to study. She feels a slight pain in the pit of her stomach. Agnes is experiencing symptoms of what stress phase? Alarm phase 14. Which of the following statements about the stress process is correct? Eustress is stress that is healing. 15. Stressors are: events or contexts that cause a stress reaction by elevating levels of adrenaline and forcing a physical or mental response. 16. Which of the following statements about stressors is incorrect? No matter how they are categorized, stressors are always bad for individuals. 17. Role ambiguity is: a) refers to vagueness in relation to what our responsibilities are 18. Facing contradictory demands at work is a form of: Role conflict 19. Role overload is: is defined as having insufficient time and resources to complete a job 20. 18). Processing demands to perform interactions and internal calculations that exceed the supply or capacity of time available for such processing is: information overload 21. 19.)Mary is a new employee in the handbag department of a major department store. She is not entirely sure whether she is to simply stay on the sales floor and sell purses to customers, or if she
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is to sell the items and then go back into the stockroom to replenish them. Mary is experiencing: role ambiguity 22. 20). Rodney is experiencing a real dilemma. His boss just called him and told him that he had to attend a dinner meeting Wednesday night with some important out-of-town clients. Rodney’s
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