Stress and Coping for posting

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Stress, Health and Coping A) Stress and Sources of Stress B) Stress and the Immune System C) Coping and Interventions
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A) Stress and Sources of Stress Stress: the general term describing the  psychological and bodily response to a stimulus  that alters one’s state of equilibrium Stressor Acute stressor Chronic stressor Stress response
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A) Stress and Sources of Stress General adaptation syndrome (GAS) The alarm phase Fight or flight response The resistance phase Adaptation The exhaustion phase
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A) Stress and Sources of Stress Perceived control Learned helplessness In animals and humans Predictability
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A) Stress and Sources of Stress Internal conflict Approach-approach conflict Avoidance-avoidance conflict Approach-avoidance conflict
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A) Stress and Sources of Stress Life’s hassles Daily hassles Interruptions
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course PYSC 101 taught by Professor Baylis during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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