THE CORPORATE CHAMELEON. What Lizards Can Tell Us About Stress and Dominance Neil Greenberg University of Tennessee Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. STRESS . . . . Is both a cause and a consequence; to be more precise, we should speak of
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What Lizards Can Tell Us About Stress and Dominance
University of Tennessee
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Is both a cause and a consequence; to be more precise, we should speak of
"It is the fixity of the milieu interieur which is the condition of free and independent life"
(Claude Bernard, 1878)
“The highly developed living being is an open system having many relations to its surroundings.
. . changes in the surroundings excite reactions in this system, or affect it directly, so that internal disturbances are produced. . .
the coordinated physiological reactions which maintain most of the steady states in the body are so complex, and so peculiar to the living organism, that it is suggested that a specific designation for these states be employed-- homeostasis"(W.B. Cannon 1929)
Maslow’s need hierarchy