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Unformatted text preview: Slides 2-4 were Slides shown in class 4/17/08 but not included in Lecture_20 slides Lecture_20 Lecture 22 1 Meta-analytic Results • Pain – Pyschoeducation – Biofeedback – Relaxation – CBT CBT – Stress management Lecture 20 2 • Pain – Depression – Functioning – Pain in arthritis Pain – Low back pain – Behavior – Migraines Migraines – Chronic headaches Hypothalamic Pituitary Adrenal Hypothalamic (HPA) Axis (HPA) (Adrenocorticotropic hormone) Lecture 22 4 Defining and Defining Measuring Stress, continued continued Readings: Chapter 5 Lecture 22 5 Lazarus’s View of Coping • • • • Process of dealing with stress Learned, not automatic Effortful Aimed at managing situation – Mastery not required • Problem-focused: Change the situation responsible for stress • Emotion-focused: Manage negative emotions Lecture 22 6 Three Parts of Stress 1. Stressor (a stimulus) 2. Strain (a psychological or Strain physiological response) physiological • • • Distress = negative response Eustress = positive response Process including stressors, strain, Process and the relationship between the person and environment person 7 3. Transactions Transactions Lecture 22 Definition of Stress 1 Stress = Condition that results when Stress person-environment tra...
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2009 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 830 taught by Professor 346 during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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