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Stress Management May 5 SOTES (Evaluations) Exam Review Grading
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The Exam Chapter 1: “The Nature of Stress” Chapter 2: The Physiology of Stress (see PowerPoint) Chapter 3: “The Mind Body Relationship” Chapter 5: “The Stress Emotions: Anger and Fear” Chapter 6: “Stress-Prone and Stress Resistant Personality Traits” Chapter 8: Cognitive Restructuring and Reframing Chapter 9: Behavior Modification Chapter 14: Communication Skills Chapter 15: Resource Management
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What you can use Textbook, workbook Notes, review sheets PowerPoint documents No laptop, electronics No previous exams
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Ch. 1: The Stress Response: Stages and Physical symptoms Types of Stress Types of Distress Stress Curves: Yerkes Dodson Battle Fatigue "Fight Flight Response" and "Tend and Befriend": What is it? Types of Stressors (and examples of each) • Bioecological Influences • Psychointrapersonal Influences • Social Influences
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Ch. 1: The Stress Response: Stages and Physical symptoms Measuring Stress: The Social Readjustment Rating Scale for college students The General Adaptation Syndrome Stage 1: Alarm Reaction Stage 2: Stage of Resistance Stage 3: Stage of Exhaustion College Student Stressors (specific stated examples) P.T.S.D. and its symptoms
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Chapter 2: The Physiology of  Stress The Central Nervous System The Neocortical Level The Limbic System The Vegetative Level The Autonomic Nervous System and its components The role of the endocrine system The amygdala, hippocampus
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Chapter 2: The Physiology of  Stress Cortisol and DHEA: What are they? Why are they important? Autonomic Dysregulation and Immune Dysregulation: Examples of each Nervous System and Immune System-Related Disorders and Examples of each.
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Chapter 3: Stress and Disease:  The Nature of Disease and Illness Western science has not fully proven a concrete connection between stress and disease. But we do know: Deep connection between mental/emotional state and physical health Complex relationships between mind + body + spirit + emotions can both cause illness and help heal it Connection between Stress and Disease Roughly 80% of all doctor’s office visits are related to stress Current research indicates that between 70% and 80% of all health-related problems are either precipitated or aggravated by emotional stress (e.g., type II diabetes,
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Chapter 3: Stress and  Disease:  The Nature of Disease and  Illness Relationship between Stress and Disease Several factors act in unison to
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