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5 Matching questions

  1. In Friedman and Roseman's study, who were Type A participants?
  2. What was Friedman's and Roseman's study?
  3. a subfield of psychology that provides psychology's contribution to the behavioral medicine, explores the influence of emotions, personality, and behaviors on health and well being
  4. "mind-body" illness, any stress-related physical illness, such as hypertension and some headaches
  5. the death of a loved one, loss of a job, leaving home, marriage, divorce
  1. a significant life change
  2. b health psychology
  3. c competitive, hard driving, impatient, verbally aggressive, and anger-prone people
  4. d studied tax accountants to find the correlation between heart disease and stress
  5. e psychophysiological illness

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. catastrophes
  2. withdraw/pull back, become paralyzed, tend and befriend
  3. can mobilize the immune system for fending off infections and healing wounds, motivates us to conquer problems
  4. behavioral medicine
  5. daily hassles

5 True/False questions

  1. who expanded Cannon's work during 40 years of research?Hans Seyles

          

  2. negative effects of stresscan mobilize the immune system for fending off infections and healing wounds, motivates us to conquer problems

          

  3. experiencing high blood pressure due to stresscan mobilize the immune system for fending off infections and healing wounds, motivates us to conquer problems

          

  4. What 2 ways can the immune system err in?it can respond too strongly, and it may attack the body's own tissues, causing arthritis or allergic reaction. or, it could underreact, which may allow dormant herpes virus to erupt or cancer cells to multiply

          

  5. who confirmed that stress response is part of a unified mind-body system in 1929Walter Cannon

          

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