What is Acute stress
What does the Sympathetic Nervous system prepare for?
The Parasympathetic branch returns the body to what?
What does the release of Noradrenaline cause?
What does Adrenaline do?
What does the SNS and SAM make?
SAM is regulated by the adrenal medulla and does what?
What is a key part of the SNS?
What is the Pituitary Adrenal System (PAS) also known as?
What is chronic stress?
HPA axis controls what?
What causes the Corticotrophin Releasing Factor to be released? And what is it part of?
What activates the Hypothalamus?
When the CRF reaches the pituitary gland what is released?
The Adrenal Cortex is part of the adrenal gland so what does it release when the ACTH has arrived?
Some examples of positive and negative effects of cortisol
How long is it till the cortisol takes effect?
What regulates the release of CRF and ACTH?
What is the Immune System?
Name the steps of the immune system
What is Under and Over Vigilance?
Name research to do with relationships and illness
Name research to do with Acute stress and illness
Evaluation points for Lazarus in Stress and Illness
What is a daily Hassle?
What do Uplifts do?
What is the difference between accumulation and Amplification effect?
Research to do with daily Hassles
Name a piece of research to do with emtional support and daily hassles
Name one evaluative point about daily hassles
What is a life change?
who created the SRRS?
What was marriage in the SRRS?
Who did Rahe test the SRRS on? and How many were there?
What did Michael and Ben-Zur do to research the SRRS?
Name two other issue with life changes
3 C's in Hardy personality?
Friedman and Rosenman suggested what 3 things about Type A personality?
3 characteristics of Type B personality
What did Ragland and Brand Research?
Research supporting and against personality and stress?
What is thought to cause Workplace Stress?
What did Control have to do with Workplace stress?
who looked at Workload factors? What did they find?
What are the 3 steps in Stress Inoculation Therapy (by Michenbaum)
what is CBT?
Good points about SIT?
what are the 3 stages of Hardiness Training?
One point supporting Hardiness Training?
What is a neuron?
What if the role of BZ's?
how does BZ's Work?
Bz's enhance natural actions of GABA how?
Good and bad points for BZ's?
What do Beta-Blockers do?
What does BB's do to the patient?
One bad point about BB's?