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Part of the transactional model of stress: the person appraises their ability to cope with the situation.
Part of the neuron; short processes connecting to the cell body.
The model Selye created?
What does NK stand for?
Negative evaluation of physical exercise
Positive evaluation of the GAS?
Negative evaluation of beta blockers
What did rats that were injected daily develop?
Outside factors, eg. smoking, accounted for how much of a difference between grades of workers in the Whitehall 1 study?
Negative evaluation of PMR and meditation?
What can be used to help with meditation?
Positive evaluation of Holmes and Rahe?
Stage 2 of the SIT
Negative Methodological Issue of Marmot's study
The tiny gap separating the presynaptic terminal of one neuron to the postsynaptic terminal.
Stage 3 of the SIT
High demand and low control makes a...
In SAM, the adrenal medulla releases hormones such as...
What does PMR stand for?
How is biofeedback like stress innoculation training and hardiness traning
What mode is the body in when HPAC and SAM have been activated?
Involves a variety of lymphocytes that destroy pathogens such as viruses and bacteria.
Positive evaluation of Biofeedback?
Stage 2 of Hardiness Training
Who proposed PMR?
Drugs used for stress management
Marmot followed up participants of the Whitehall II study after how many years?
Negative methodological issue on Kobasa's study
Positive evaluation of physical exercise
Part of the neuron; elongated processes running from the cell body.
Bundles of neuronal processes travelling around the body, radiated from the spinal cord.
Chemicals released into the synapse that enable nerve impulses to pass from terminals.
The branch of the ANS where you are not stressed
Devised SIT (not the social impact theory!)
Did experiments with rats to investigate stress
Where does ACTH travel to in HPAC?
Looked at studies reviewing effects of social support
Invading organisms
Did research with the SRRS and US Navy Soldiers?
Correlation of high SRRS scores and illness in Rahe's experiment?
Low demand and high control makes a...
Everyday stressors that have limited duration, eg. students taking exams.
Does physical exercise lower stress and help mood?
Negative evaluation of psychological methods of dealing with stress
Part of the brain that is of most interest to psychologists.
An avoidant style method of the COPE scale
Beta blockers reduce increases in heart rate and blood pressue. TRUE/FALSE?
Physical exercise reduces spare glucose created by...
Stage 1 of Hardiness Training
Librium is an example of a benzo. Give another example. (1)
Releases ACTH - the first stage of HPAC.
Kobasa's questionnaires on male workers found that people who were hardy reported MORE/LESS stress symptoms
What is a factor that definitely affects what coping method towards stress we use?
Specific Immunity Cells
Cause of stress in the workplace
View saying that any stimulus producing the stress response is a stressor
Negative evaluation of biofeedback?
Nervous system made up of the brain and spinal cord.
Positive evaluation of psychological methods of stress management
Did natural experiment on 75 medical students, testing blood for NK activity before and during exams.
Negative evaluation of benzos
Also known as white blood cells
What type of social support is being lent money?
Stage 1 of the SIT
What ends up 'creating' energy to use? HPAC or SAM?
Positive methodological issue of Rosenman's study?
Anagram of 'Pee in well, B'
The sense of control you have over your work and how it is organised
Grass pokemon that attempts to eat anything that moves near it. If this happens to be too large, it uses razor sharp leaves to cut its meal into pieces. Evolves from Bellsprout
A characteristic of Type A Behaviour
What do beta blockers act directly on?
Theory of stress with evidence by Selye?
Help to identify pathogens and destroy them
Model of stress that gives explanation for individual differences
Stressors studied under lab experiences, such as public speaking. They normally last between 5 and 100 minutes.
Looked at US hospital patients and made a list based on the changes in their lives of the last 6 months
In Marmot's study, what was the factor felt most important that affected the fact that lower grade workers had 1.5 times the problems than higher grade workers?
What neurotransmitter do benzos inhibit production of?
Spinal nerves make up this nervous system.
What type of social support helps because it gives self esteem and a sense of identity?
Where you have to balance the demands of home and work
What do beta blockers reduce activation of?
The GAS stage where you become aware of a stressor and your body starts to produce a response
Positive issue of Kobasa?
'It is culturally and gender specific, does not show a cause and effect, and may have caused distress in participants' describes what experiment?
Analysed data of over 7000 participants in the Whitehall II study
Method of stress management where you are wired to a machine
Also known as the axon terminal.
Did a longitudinal study on participants with chronic stress
Method of stress management Kobasa came up with
Long Lasting Stressors, eg. coping with disability.
An approach style method of the COPE scale
Cells that make up the nervous system; 15-100 billion of these in the brain.
A type of social support
Stage 3 of Hardiness Training
Involves the secretion of antibodies from lymphocytes that recognise and destroy pathogens
Do we tend to use coping methods together or separately?
What percentage of heart attacks in Rosenman's study were suffered by Type A people?
View of stress that says stress depends on the person's perception of the world.
Uchino et al found that increased social support led to less blood pressure and better immune function
Part of the body's immune system; a rapid response in which cells absorb invading pathogens.
Studied 3454 middle aged men using questionnaires to categorise them into Type A or Type B personalities.
Got people to evaluate their stress level, then exposed them to the common cold virus.
Ethical issue of Marmot's study (one word)
The principle that states that enough neurotransmitters need to be released from pre to postsynaptic terminal for the nerve impulse to be successfully transmitted.
Found evidence to suggest Type A behaviour has no link to a vulnerability to stress
The GAS stage where HPAC and SAM are high but you can't deal with stress (eg. chronic), so you start to get ill.
What does GABA do?
Planning a revision schedule and improving coping resources is an example of which approach towards stress?
The results of Cohen's study found that if you feel more stressed, you are MORE/LESS likely to get the cold virus?
Positive evaluation of benzos
Companies may use these to test stress in their employees
Phobias and relationship to person who is ill or has died affects the amount of stress is a negative evaluation of which view?
Positive evaluation of PMR and meditation?
In HPAC, the liver releases this into the blood, resulting in a huge energy boost.
Study that found that workers in lower grade jobs were twice as likely to develop illness (eg. heart conditions) than workers in higher grade jobs
Pulses of electrical activity whch start in the dendrites of the neuron and travel across the cell body, then along the axon.
The branch of the ANS where you are stressed
Something a company may do to reduce workplace stress.
'It exposed participants who already need to be in good physical health to illness and did not show a cause and effect' is an evaluation of whose experiment?
Negative evaluation of Holmes and Rahe?
The branch of the ANS activated by the hypothalamus in SAM
Where in particular is meditation useful?
Positive Methodological Issue of Marmot's study
What is a factor that may affect what coping method we use?
Negative methodological issue of Rosenman's study
The GAS stage where HPAC and SAM levels are high and you either get over the stress, or move on to Stage 3.
Denial of the severity of an illness and becoming angry is an example of which approach towards stress?
Negative evaluation of the GAS?
What puts the body in a state to utilise energy? HPAC or SAM?
What is the collective name for cortisol and cortisone? (Part of HPAC)
Was Rosenman's study very ethical? (tip, participants were volunteers, gave informed consent, and were debriefed)
Did studies on hardiness?
A basic element to hardiness?
Nervous system that controls automatic responses, eg. homeostasis
Positive evaluation of beta blockers
How does PMR help manage stress?
Part of the transactional model of stress: the person assesses the situation to identify potential threats and demands.
Most recently evolved part of the brain that distinguishes humans from other animals, it contains the highest cognitive functions.
Activates the hypothalamus in the HPAC and SAM steps.
A list based on how stressful life changes are
Division of the body's immune system based on lymphocytes that learn to recognise and destroy pathogens.
Made a model of the relationship between workload and control

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