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Understanding, The detrimental factors cause by Stress andChronic fatigue in Cognitive process and Memory.Claude-Marthe D. CherizardPSYCH 600:Introduction to Graduate Study in PsychologyInstructor:Dr. Mahaliah Bowman-Campbell3/21/16
Claude-Marthe D. CherizardPSYCH 600:Introduction to Graduate Study in PsychologyInstructor:Dr. Mahaliah Bowman-CampbellTitle of review paper:Palmer, L. K. (2013). The relationship between stress, fatigue, andcognitive functioningUnderstanding, The detrimental factors cause by Stress and Chronic fatigue in Cognitiveprocess and Memory.Abstract:Homeostasis sustains the body internal environment. When exercising, sleeping or eating;homeostasis keeps the body at equilibrium. Stress as define by Hans Selye (1936) “is anon-specific response or pressure of the body to any demand for change”. Stress disruptshomeostasis; it enforces the body to release numerous amounts of cortisol stresshormones, increase blood glucose and blood pressure; cause irregular heart beat andanxiety. During these malfunctions, the brain relies on homeostasis to bring the bodyback to its normal state. NeuroradiologistLeighton Barnden(2011), report that chronicfatigue disrupts cerebral motor and cognitive activity. He argues that fatigue overpowersthe Central Nervous System homeostasis and impairs the body system that plays vitalrole in bodily functions, such as heartbeat, breathing and memory. In regard to Cognitive

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