Defining and Measuring Stress. Chapter 5. WHAT IS STRESS?. RESPONSE TO INCREASED DEMAND A NEGATIVE EMOTION A MOTIVATOR THE CAUSE OF ILLNESSES. Cognitive Processing Appraisal. Response Physiological Cognitive Affective. Stressor Event. Behavior Coping. THE STRESSOR.
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CONTROLS MOBILIZATION OF BODIES RESOURCES – FIGHT/FLIGHT RESPONSE
Lazarus & Folkman (1984) (Strategy)
Resolve cause of problems
Managing emotional impact of problem
Seeking info. Going to GP Think of options Devise plan Change job
Talk to friends Going shopping Drinking Relaxing Avoidance
High perceived controllability
Low perceived controllability
Mental activation of supportive ties, hostility, and cardiovascular reactivity to laboratory stress in young men and women. Health Psychology, 2004;23(5):476-485.