CHAPTER 13 psychology notes

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Chapter 13: Stress, Coping, and Health   Red  – Definition Blue  - Important Points Green   I. Biopsychosocial Model – Physical Illness is caused by an interaction of biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors. II. Health Psychology – How Psychosocial factors relate to the promotion and maintenance of health and with the causation, prevention, and treatment of illness. III. Stress – Any Circumstance that threatens or is perceived to threaten one’s well being and that thereby tax ones coping abilities. a. Stress has a Cumulative Nature. b. The Feeling of Stress depends upon how one interprets a situation. c. Acute Stressors – Threatening Events that have a Relatively Short Duration and a clear Endpoint. d. Chronic Stressors – Threatening Events that have a Relatively Long Duration and No readily apparent Time Limit. e. 4 Types of Stress i. Frustration  – In any Situation when in which the Pursuit of some  Goal is thwarted. ii. Conflict  – When 2 or More Incompatible Motivations or  Behavioral Impulses Compete for Expression. 1. Approach-Approach Conflict  – Choice must be made  between 2 Attractive Goals. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 1000 taught by Professor Rebeccajubis during the Spring '11 term at York University.

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