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PSYCH101 EXAM III Chapter 11
Terms in this set (12)
changing the way you feel about a problem
Cope by coming up with a plan to fix the problem
not coping, using wishful thinking or escapes to deal with the stress
when there's nothing you can do, you're just going to let it happen.
Learned Helplessness Type A
Behaviors including hostility, competitiveness, feeling driven, time urgency (want things to go their way)
Learned Helplessness Type B
patient, cooperative, non-competitive, non-aggressive
Learned Helplessness Type D
distressed, insecure, anxious, negative attitude
The study of the relationship among psychological factors, the immune system, and the brain.
Focuses on the 3 main consequences of stress -
Physiological results, Harmful behaviors, Indirect health-related behaviors.
strong stressors that occur suddenly, affecting many people at once.
major life events that have immediate consequences that generally fade with time.*
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Stressor
A disorder where victims of some major catastrophe or some strong personal stressor feel long-lasting effects - like re-experiencing the event in flashbacks or dreams.
Background Stressors (Daily Hassles)
everyday annoyances that cause minor irritations and may have long-term ill effects if they continue or if they add to other stressors
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
PSYCH101 EXAM III Chapter 12
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PSYCH101 EXAM III Chapter 14
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