Chap. 1-Theorist - Life 101 Effectsof Coping Attitude...

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Life 101 Attitude Coping  Skill Effects of Coping
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BIODOT EXERCISE Color chart explains what each color means Measures physiological response Converts to an understandable form Instant feedback
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Information Explosion 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 0-1860 1860-1960 1960- Present 1 in 3 in 555 ft!!! The world is “shrinking.”
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Walter Cannon First to describe the effects of acute stress Termed this stress reaction as the fight-or-flight response A primitive response that quickly increases heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, and serum cholesterol
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Hans Selye Studied the effects of long-term (chronic) stress Summarized his findings by proposing a three-phase process called the general adaptation syndrome alarm reaction stage of resistance stage of exhaustion
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Other Influential Researchers Simeons Psychosomatic disease Benson Relaxation response Vogt Autogenic training Jacobson Progressive relaxation
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Chap. 1-Theorist - Life 101 Effectsof Coping Attitude...

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