5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- general adaptation syndrom (GAS)
- immune system
- exhaustion stage
- a Selye's term for a hypothesized three-stage response to stress
- b the system of the body that recognizes and destroys foreign agents (antigens) that invade the body.
- c to interpret negative events as being disastrous; to blow out of proportion.
- d the third stage of the GAS, characterized by weakened resistance and possible deterioration.
- e people who perceive the ability to attain reinforcements as being largely outside themselves
5 Multiple choice questions
- throbbing headaches that are connected with changes int he supply of blood to the head
- being torn in different directions by opposing motives.
- a type of conflict in which each of a number of goals produces approach and avoidance motives.
- increased blood flow to an injury
- the place (locus) to which an individual attributes control over the receiving of reinforcers- either inside or outside the self
5 True/False questions
resistance stage → the second stage of GAS characterized by prolonged sympathetic activity in an effort to restore lost energy and repair damage. also called the adaptation stage
antigen → a substance that stimulates the body to mount an immune system response to it.
Approach-approach conflict → goals that produce opposing motives are positive and within reach.
eustress (you-stress) → stress that is healthful.
internals → people who perceive the ability to attain reinforcements as being largely outside themselves