Stress. Three Views of Stress. Focus on the environment: stress as a stimulus (stressors) Reaction to stress: stress as a response (distress) Relationship between person and the environment: stress as an interaction (coping). Stressors. Some examples?. Stressors. War Overcrowding
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Time of Day
Epinephrine & norepinephrine
Heart rate & blood pressure
Levels & mobilization of free fatty acids, cholesterol & triglycerides
Platelet adhesiveness & aggregation
Blood flow to the kidneys, skin and gutFight or Flight Response
If stress continues ….
wear and tear
J. Irvine, A. Basinski, B. Baker, S. Jandciu, M. Pickett, J. Cairns, S. Connolly, M. Gent, R. Roberts, & P. Dorian,
Psychos Med 1999
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