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Chapter 13: Stress, Coping, and Health
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The Relationship Between Stress and Disease Contagious diseases vs. chronic diseases Biopsychosocial model Health psychology Health promotion and maintenance Discovery of causation, prevention, and treatment
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Figure 13.1 Changing patterns of illness
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Stress: An Everyday Event Major stressors vs. routine hassles Cumulative nature of stress Cognitive appraisals
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Major Types of Stress Frustration : blocked goal Conflict : incompatible motivations Approach-approach Approach-avoidance Avoidance-avoidance Change: having to adapt Social Readjustment Rating Scale Life Change Units Pressure Perform/conform
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Figure 13.2 Types of conflict
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Responding to Stress Emotionally Emotional Responses Annoyance, anger, rage Apprehension, anxiety, fear Dejection, sadness, grief Positive emotions Emotional response and performance The inverted-U-hypothesis
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Overview of the stress process
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