Chapter 06 - Learning Outcomes Stress Define stress Explain...

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Chapter 6 Copyright 2006 Vandeveer, Menef 1 Learning Outcomes – Stress Define stress Explain the relationship of the two  determinants of stress Recognize conditions of positive stress and  negative stress Describe the ways a person reacts to stress Outline three ways stress affects an individual Discuss stress management techniques Through self assessment gain a greater  understanding of one’s own level of stress
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Chapter 6 Copyright 2006 Vandeveer, Menef 2 What is Stress? Stress is a general term applied to pressures  people feel in life. Stress is also the way we react physically   and emotionally  to demands where the  outcome is  uncertain  and  important .
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Copyright 2006 Vandeveer, Menef 3 Stress Is stress necessarily BAD? Stress is a fact of life and is  unavoidable. How many are feeling stressed out?
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2010 for the course OLS 252 taught by Professor Dahlstrom during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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