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GenPsych.Lecture25.Sakai.Chavez.Fall2011.12.7.2011

GenPsych.Lecture25.Sakai.Chavez.Fall2011.12.7.2011 - Cycles...

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Cycles of Over-Adaptiveness Instructor: George Chavez
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Anxiety High Workload Not Enough Sleep Little Food Stress Stress is, in part, characterized by the existence of “__________”
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Anxiety Fear actually has quite a bit in common with stress Anxiety Fear
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Anxiety So Stress versus Fear… What’s the difference here? ______ _______ Fear is generally _____-related
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Anxiety We can consider anxiety as the most general of all these phenomena In fact… Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Frequent worry and anxiety across many different situations/contexts which ______ ________ daily functioning
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Anxiety GAD often presents with other “anxiety disorders” This suggests a possible _______ component/predisposition to strong autonomic response
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Adaptation Gone Awry At it’s essence, _____ is fear You should be afraid of this: The autonomic “fight or flight” response prepares you for action But __________________________________________ _____________________________________
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Adaptation Gone Awry The relationship between FEAR and ADAPTIVENESS generally follows what type of function? It’s quite familiar….
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Adaptation Gone Awry Fixing over-adaptiveness What was the therapeutic technique used in the
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