A refractory period.
Avoid foods that are high in proteins.
Try to reduce your weight gradually over a period of several months.
Your self-esteem will increase dramatically if you can successfully lose weight.
Once you lose your excess weight, you will experience a big reduction in your appetite for food.
Raise the set point.
Lower blood insulin levels.
Shorten the refractory period.
Masters and Johnson
Few of his survey respondents were very well educated.
He used structured rather than unstructured interviews to gather information.
His survey respondents were paid large sums of money for participating in the research.
His leading questions may have encouraged false participant responses.
Their own hard work.
the easy nature of most academic tasks.
Their teachers' generous grading standards.
Their parents' effective supervision of their study time.
The relative deprivation theory
The James-Lange theory
The adaptation-level theory
The Cannon-Bard theory
The general adaptation syndrome.
Bonnie, a relaxed, fun-loving professor
Susan, a brilliant, self-confident accountant
Clay, a reflective, open-minded artist
Andre, a competitive, easily-angered journalist
Loving playing the guitar