Techniques Used in Reducing Stress

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Running head: Stress Management Techniques Techniques Used in Reducing Stress Autumn Constance Central Michigan University
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Running head: Stress Management Techniques Methods Participants Participants for the study included 1 Psychology student at Central Michigan University. The student was currently enrolled in a Stress Management class at the University. Apparatus The data was collected on paper stress tables. The participant also took an online survey at the beginning of the class on survey monkey. Procedure The participant was asked to fill out a stress table for each week. The first portion of the study included a table asking to provide information regarding the dates of the stressor, the source of the stress, reaction to the stressor and coping response and effectiveness. After the implementation of the stress management plan the student was asked to continue filling out the stress tables. The tables were now asking to provide the same information as above but added on
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Unformatted text preview: a section asking about the stress management techniques. This portion was intended to see which techniques the participant was using as well as how often and rated its effectiveness. The survey that was taken at the beginning of the class determined factors such as need for recovery, general health and performance. The student was asked to take the survey online on a website with total time accumulating around 15 minutes. Running head: Stress Management Techniques References Crum, A.J. & Langer, E.J. (2007). Mind-set matters: exercise and the placebo effect. Psychological Science, 18, 165 171. Davis, M., Eshelman, E. R. & McKay, M. (2008). The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook, (6 th edition). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications. McEwen, B. (1998). Protective and damaging effects of stress mediators. New England Journal of Medicine, 338, 171 179. Rice, P.L. (1999). Stress and Health, (3 rd Ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole....
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