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STRESS. Click to start. A. Opportunity. B. snowball. C. volunteer. random. D. Question 1. What type of sample did Kiecolt & Glaser obtain?. Wrong Answer!. volunteer. Try Again. A. Placed them on a turntable. B. Dangled them by their tails. C. Put a cat in the room. Loud noise.

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    1. STRESS Click to start

    2. A Opportunity B snowball C volunteer random D Question 1 What type of sample did Kiecolt & Glaser obtain?

    3. Wrong Answer! volunteer Try Again

    4. A Placed them on a turntable B Dangled them by their tails C Put a cat in the room Loud noise D Question 2 How did Riley induce stress in mice?

    5. Wrong Answer! Place them on a turntable Try Again

    6. A Stress reactions rating scale B Social reality relativity scale C Stress research reactions survey Social Readjustment rating scale D Question 3 What does SRRS stand for?

    7. Wrong Answer! Social readjustment rating scale Try Again

    8. A 3,000 American men 39-59 B 3,000 Americans 39-59 C 3,000 American women 39-59 3,000 American students D Question 4 What was Friedman and Roseman’s sample?

    9. Wrong Answer! 3,000 American men 39-59 Try Again

    10. A Type C B Type B C Type D Type A D Question 5 What personality type did Friedman and Rosenman find to be more than twice as likely to develop CHD?

    11. Wrong Answer! Type A Try Again

    12. A Doctors B Navel personnel C students Teachers D Question 6 What type of participant did Rahe et al use for their life changes study?

    13. Wrong Answer! Navel personnel Try Again

    14. A heat B noise C Common cold crowding D Question 7 What did Cohen 1991 expose participants to and correlate with stress?

    15. Wrong Answer! Common cold Try Again

    16. A Rahe et al B Cohen C Glaser Delongis et al D Question 8 Who criticised Holmes & Rahe as he believed most people do not often go through major life events, therefore he created the alternative daily hassles scale?

    17. Wrong Answer! Delongis et al Try Again

    18. A Kabasa B Johanssen C Friedman and Rosenman Marmot D Question 9 Who concluded that men are more prone to CHD because they respond to stressful situations in a particular way?

    19. Wrong Answer! Friedman and Rosenman Try Again

    20. A Commitment, Control, challenge B Being aggressive C Being stressed all the time Not really caring that much D Question 10 What is Hardiness?

    21. Wrong Answer! Commitment, Control, challenge Try Again

    22. A Kabasa B Marmot C Friedman and Rosenman Johanssen D Question 11 Who studied two groups of workers (finishers and cleaners) and argued that Finishers secreted higher levels of stress hormones, had higher levels of illness and absenteeism?

    23. Wrong Answer! Johanssen Try Again

    24. A Kabasa B Holmes and Rahe C Marmot Kanner D Question 12 Who said that having little stress can actually damage your health?!!

    25. Wrong Answer! Marmot Try Again

    26. A Chronic B Infinite C Long lasting Severe D Question 13 What type of stress is continued stress?

    27. Wrong Answer! Chronic Try Again

    28. A Brady B Michenbaum C Kabasa Holems and Rahe D Question 14 Who created the Social Readjustment Rating Scale (SSRS)?

    29. Wrong Answer! Holmes and Rahe Try Again

    30. A Jay and Elliot B Meichenbaum C Fontana Kobasa D Question 15 Who looked at stress inoculation training (SIT)?

    31. Wrong Answer! Meichenbaum Try Again

    32. A Maddi B Funk C Kobasa Meichenbaum D Question 16 Who believed that having a hardy personality could be turned into a stress management technique?

    33. Wrong Answer! Kobasa Try Again

    34. A Relaxation, identification, feedback and operant conditioning B Identification, relaxation, feedback and transfer C Relaxation, feedback, identification and operant conditioning Feedback, relaxation, operant conditioning and transfer D Question 17 What are the four processes of biofeedback?

    35. Wrong Answer! Feedback, relaxation, operant conditioning and transfer Try Again

    36. A General Adaptation System B General Adaptation Syndrome C General Adoptive System Good Affective System D Question 18 What does GAS stand for?

    37. Wrong Answer! General Adaptation Syndrome Try Again

    38. A Alarm, resistance, exhaustion B Alarm, fight, flight C Resistance, fight, exhaustion Acknowledge, fight, flight D Question 19 What are the three stages of GAS, In order?

    39. Wrong Answer! Alarm, resistance, exhaustion Try Again

    40. A B It treats the symptoms not the cause C It has no criticism! Its really cheap so its not that good D Question 20 What is a criticism of biofeedback? It isn’t that effective

    41. Wrong Answer! It treats the symptoms not the cause Try Again

    42. A B Cohen 1991 C Murstein 1977 Kiecolt-Glaser 1984 D Question 21 Who gave participants nasal drops? Riley 1981

    43. Wrong Answer! Cohen 1991 Try Again

    44. A B general adaptation C stress response stress delay D Question 22 Hans Selye proposed a theory of how the body responds to stress over time. He called this the _____ theory/syndrome: stress reaction

    45. Wrong Answer! general adaptation Try Again

    46. A B True C N/A - trick question no studies in this topic have been conducted D Question 23 Studies have indicated that people who "vent" their emotions by talking about their problems, writing about their problems, etc., are less likely to experience physical and psychological illness. False

    47. Wrong Answer! True Try Again

    48. Congratulations! Well done – if you can remember all this in the exam you will have your AO1 sorted!!!! 