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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide Exam #4 Also, summaries of major points can be found in Concept charts for Study and Review. Consider these charts part of this study guide and study them as hard as you do the items in this Chapter 13: Key Terms Acquired Immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) (p. 560) - Acute stressors (p. 535) - Aggression (p. 545) - Approach-approach conflict (p. 536) - Approach-avoidance conflict (p. 536) - Avoidance-avoidance conflict (p. 536) - Behavioral responses to stress (pp. 544-548) - Biopsychosocial model (p. 533) - Brain-body pathways ((p. 543) - Burnout (p. 549) - Catastrophic thinking (p. 565) - Catharsis (p. 545) - Chronic stressors (p. 535) - Conflict (p. 536) - Constructive coping (p. 547) - Coping (p. 544) - Defense mechanisms (p. 546) - Fight-or-flight response (p. 542) - Frustration (p. 535) - Depression & heart disease (p. 553) - General adaptation syndrome (p. 542) - Health problems linked to stress (p.555) - Health psychology (p. 534) - Immune response (p. 554) - Internet addiction (p. 546) - Learned helplessness (p. 544) - Life changes (p. 537) - Neurogenesis (p. 544) - Optimism (p. 557) - Positive effects of stress (p. 550) - Pressure (p. 538) - Psychosomatic diseases (p. 551) - Social support (p. 556) - Stress (p. 534) - Type A personality (p. 551) - Type B personality (p. 551) - Key People Walter Cannon (p. 542) - Robin DiMatteo (pp. 562-563) - Albert Ellis (pp. 545, 565-566) - 1 Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe (pp. 537-538) - Janice Kiecolt-Glaser (pp. 554-555) - Richard Lazarus (p. 535) - Martin Seligman (p. 557) - Hans Selye (pp. 542-543) - Chapter 14: Review pp. 608-609 Key Terms Agoraphobia (p. 582) - Agoraphobia (p....
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