Exam 4 - STRESS Shelley Taylor- response to stress male v...

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Unformatted text preview: STRESS Shelley Taylor- response to stress male v female, fight or flight, tend or befriend response Hypothalamus- stress response Controls ans- activates pituitary gland- adrenal medulla releases norepinephrine under stress Hans Selye- effects of continued severe stress- GAS 1)alarm arousal to prepare body for activity 2)resistance moderate arousal 3)exhaustion- bodys resources become depleated Lazarus primary and secondary appraisal P- evaluation of seriousness S- what has to be done Donald Meichenbaum- 3 phase process for stress inoculation awareness(logs), new behaviors to negate bad, appraise consequences of good behaviors(positive appraisal) Prep ,confrontation ,coping, self-reinforcement Thomas coates- prevent further spread of aids Neal miller- biofeedback- can see internal responses through external responses Robert ader and Nicholas cohen- psychoneuroimmunology and rats Janet Kiecolt-Glaser- wounds toAlzheimers caretakers and patients- caretakers had chronic stress and...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course PSYC 100 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '07 term at University of Delaware.

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