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Chapter 13-stress, Health, And Coping.

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Chapter 13-Stress, Health, and Coping.
Stress, Health, and Coping

Chapter 13-Hockenbury & Hockenbury Fifth Edition


  
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1.  The flight-or-fight response was first described by  ___________________
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2.  The stress that results from the pressure of adapting to a new culture.
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3.  Hans Selye discovered that if bodily "wear and tear" of the a stress producing event continued, the effects became evident in three progressive stages called the general adaptation syndrome. The stages occured in which order: 
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4.  Stage of the general adaptation syndrome in which the adrenal medulla releases catecholamines, as Cannon had previously described.
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5.  Stage of the general adaptation syndrome during which the body activity tries to adjust to the continuing stressful situation. Physiological arousal remains above normal and resistance to new stressors is impaired.
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6.  The stage during the general adaptation syndrome during which the symptoms of the alarm stage reappear, only now irreversibly.
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7.  An interdisciplinary field that studies the interconnections among psychological processes, nervous endocrine system functions, and the immune system.
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8.  Specialized white blood cells that are responsible for immune defenses
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9.  The research in which the immune systems of rats were classically conditioned to respond to flavored water, and helped to establish psychoneuroimmunology, was conducted by which psychologists:
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