Stress Managment Quiz 7 pg 3

Stress Managment Quiz 7 pg 3 - A. smile inside. B. send a...

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9. When people meditate, they: A. repeat a word over and over in their mind. B. imagine their arms and legs are heavy and warm. C. tense and relax muscles throughout their bodies. D. think of a relaxing setting. 10. When you employ thoracic breathing, you: A. smile inside. B. send a wave of relaxation to the parts of your body that feel tense. C. repeat words in cadence. D. breathe by expanding your chest. 11. To use diaphragmatic breathing as a means of relaxing, you should: A. find a part of your body that is relaxed and transfer that feeling to a less relaxed part. B. focus on your breathing and body position. C. use a machine to tell you how tense you are. D. breathe by expanding your abdomen. 12. One step of the quieting reflex is to:
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Unformatted text preview: A. smile inside. B. send a wave of relaxation to the parts of your body that feel tense. C. repeat words in cadence. D. breathe by expanding your chest. 13. When meditating, you can focus on something either repetitive or unchanging. A. true B. false 14. Autogenic training was developed by: A. Edmund Jacobson. B. Johannes Schultz. C. Robert Cooper. D. Charles Stroebel. 15. Progressive relaxation was developed by: A. Edmund Jacobson. B. Johannes Schultz. C. Robert Cooper. D. Charles Stroebel. 16. The quieting reflex was developed by: A. Edmund Jacobson. B. Johannes Schultz. C. Robert Cooper. D. Charles Stroebel. 88 gre06755_ch07.qxd 4/8/05 4:13 PM Page 88...
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