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Family Change:  Stress, Crisis, and Transition Chapter 15 Family Development Stress 0. Stressor 0. Anything that elicits a physiological and/or psychological response  – a stress response 1. ______________ stress – eustress 2. ______________ stress – distress Categories of Common Stressors 3. P______________ 4. Social/family 5. W______________ 6. E______________ Family Life Cycle Developmental Tasks 7. Changes in ______________ 1. Family structure is dynamic 2. Must adapt to ongoing changes in the system 8. Changes in Family ______________ 3. As structure changes, family roles change 4. Changes occur in family boundaries 5. As roles change, communication changes 6. Individual growth demands change Family as a ______________ 9. Family is a system of ______________  10. Family members affect and are affected by each other 11. Each family must be viewed as a ______________ 12. Each family’s goal is to maintain homeostasis or balance General Adaptation Syndrome 13. Describes the physiological responses to eustress and distress 14. Stage 1:  ______________ 7. The brain perceives the stressor and signals the body to deal with it  through neurological and physiological means 8. The body reacts to the threat 1
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9. Fight or flight tendency 15. Stage 2 :  Stage of ______________ 10. The body continues to battle the stressor and remains in a state of  arousal 11. Increased level of stress steroids alarms the body’s organs 12. Energy eventually becomes depleted 16. Stage 3:  Exhaustion 13. Chronic unrelenting stress or mismanaged stress can cause  permanent damage 14. The body over time simply breaks down 15. People under stress may experience a variety of symptoms –  headaches, nausea, depression, crying, fatigue, anger, racing  heart, inability to eat or sleep, and more  __________ Based Stress 17. A life change event  18. One that is forever life altering 19. One that requires significant social and psychological adjustment  __________  __________  __________ Scale 20. Identifies association between life events and life transitions 21. Identifies the impact of these events and transitions on individual physical  health and well-being  __________ Model of Stress 22. The impact of the stressor is wholly dependent on our perception and  appraisal of the stressor 23.   __________   appraisal  – instinctively evaluate the stressor and assess  its significance 24.   __________   appraisal  – assess how controllable the stressor is and  which resources L__________ of C__________ l
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2011 for the course CDFS 255 taught by Professor Calahan during the Spring '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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