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Stress and Health Chapter 11
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Stress
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Sources of Stress
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Stressors Pressure: The psychological experience produced by urgent demands or expectations from outside source Uncontrollability: Degree of control over event or situation Frustration: The psychological experience produced when a desired goal or fulfillment of a perceived need is blocked Persistence Aggression Displaced aggression Escape or withdrawal Help!
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Types of Conflict
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General Adaptation Syndrome: GAS
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Sympathetic Nervous System Response to Stress
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Compromising the Immunity System
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Stress and Cardiovascular Disease
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Cognitive Factors & Stress
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Personality Factors
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Personality Factors & Coronary Heart Disease
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Hardy Personality Type
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Explanatory Style: Optimism vs Pessimism Optimists look for positive outcomes and experience far less stress than pessimists
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