stress- Definition, Measurement, and correlates

stress- Definition, Measurement, and correlates - Outcome...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  10/4/11 Health Psychology 1) Finish Research 2) Stress
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 10/4/11 Cigarettes and Disease: Is there  1) A Dose-Response relationship The higher the dose: The higher the rate 2) Prevalence or incidence declines with removal  of cause 3) Cause must precede the disease 4) Cause-Effect relationship must be plausible 5) Findings must be consistent 6) Strength of association must be high
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 10/4/11 Def: the process by which a person both  perceives   and  responds   to  events   that are  judged to be challenging or threatening. Physiology of Stress What is Stress?
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 10/4/11 Physiology of Stress: Fight or Flight 1) Sympatho-adreno-medullary System  (SAM) 2) hypothalmic pituitary adrenocortical  system (HPA): Cortisol Release Response-Based 
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 10/4/11 Acute Stress Paradigm Objective Indicator
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Unformatted text preview: Outcome Measures Studying the Stress Response: 10/4/11 This situation is very stressful Ex. Holmes & Rahe: Social Readjustment Rating Scale Stimulus (Event)-Based 10/4/11 10/4/11 10/4/11 I perceive this situation to be stressful Cognitive transactional process 10/4/11 Primary Appraisal: Ex. Failed Test Harm & Threat Challenge Learning experience 10/4/11 Secondary Appraisal Assessment of Coping Abilities Cognitive transactional process 10/4/11 Cognitive Transactional Model Stressor Primary Appraisal Secondary Appraisal Stress Response 10/4/11 Stress Excitement Sense of Control or Ability to Cope Control and Stress...
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