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Psychological Health & Managing Stress Test – Flashcards 102 terms
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Patricia Smith
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Coping With Stress Guilt And Shame Nutrition
Health and Nutrition Chapter 11 Review – Flashcards 52 terms
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Julie Noel
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Coping With Stress General Adaptation Syndrome Introductory Psychology Maslow And Rogers Psychology Self Defeating Thoughts
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Elizabeth Mcdonald
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Bring About Change Coping With Stress Family Psychology Family Therapy Social Issues Structural Family Therapy
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Gabriela Compton
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Coping With Stress National School Lunch Program Nutrition
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Coping With Stress Family Psychology Family Systems Theory Major Life Events One Way Mirror Solution Focused Therapy Structural Family Therapy Systems Theory
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Coping With Stress Family Family Psychology Mapping
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Coping With Stress Family Psychology Family Systems Theory Family Therapy Long Term View Object Relations Theory Systems Theory
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Coping With Stress General Adaption Syndrome Health And Wellness Health Psychology Negative Self Talk Wellness
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Pat Coker
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Coping With Stress Physical Fitness Skill Related Fitness
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Henry Smith
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AP Environmental Science Coping With Stress Introductory Psychology Psychology
PSY 105 Chapter 3 – Flashcards 111 terms
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Gracie Stone
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Coping With Stress Linguistics Public Speaking Public Speaking Anxiety
Speech Chapter 3 Quiz – Flashcards 29 terms
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Elizabeth Hill
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Abnormal Psychology Coping With Stress Gate Control Theory Of Pain Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory Psychology
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Dennis Jennings
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Coping With Stress Developmental Psychology Human Growth And Development Introductory Psychology Life Span Development Middle And Late Childhood Psychology School Age Children
Chapter 10 – Socioemotional Development in Middle and Late Childhood 153 terms
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Pat Coker
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Abnormal Psychology Coping With Stress Disease And Death Health Psychology Psychology Social Readjustment Rating Scale Tend And Befriend
Psychology Chapter 12: Stress, Coping, and Health 44 terms
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Claire Scott
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Abnormal Psychology Coping With Stress Psychology Shared Decision Making Sport Psychology
Sport Psychology Unit 2 (Quiz 8) 25 terms
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Kenneth McQuaid
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Business Management Coping With Stress Deep Breathing Exercises Long Term Consequences Management Time Management Skills
Mgt 110 Chapter 2 75 terms
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Which of the following would be the LEAST effective strategy for coping with stress?
denying the reality of the stress
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5. Research has indicated that social support can have a positive impact on which of the following? a. recovery from injury b. coping with stress c. team performance d. a and b e. a and c
d. a and b a. recovery from injury b. coping with stress
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Different types of coping with stress were discussed in lecture. what best describes problem-focused coping
Attempting to deal with stress directly changing the stressor or the way we interact with it
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Which of the following does your book recommend for a speaker coping with stress?
None of these is recommended
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In the context of coping with stress, emotion-focused coping will be most beneficial when:
a person loses someone close.
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The method of coping with stress in which a person changes the way he or she feels or emotionally reacts to a stressor is the ______ method.
A strategy of coping with stress in which a person changes the way he or she feels or emotionally reacts to a stressor is ____________________
Emotion focused coping
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The nurse views the patient as an open system that needs help in coping with stressors. Which theorist is the nurse using? a. King b. Levine c. Neuman d. Johnson
ANS: C Neuman views a patient as being an open system that is in constant energy exchange with the environment that the nurse must help cope with stressors. King views a patient as a unique personal system that is constantly interacting/transacting with other systems that the nurse helps with goal attainment. Levine believes nurses promote balance between nursing interventions and patient participation to assist in conserving energy needed for healing. Johnson perceives patients as a collection of subsystems that forms an overall behavioral system focusing on balance.
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‘Steele outlined key theoretical propositions regarding the process of self-affirmation: First, a threat to self-regard motivates a desire to re-establish one’s self-integrity. Second, this takes the form of cognitive or behavioural changes that either directly reduce the psychological threat (e.g., by denying its impor- tance) or that indirectly reduce the threat by reaffirming one’s global sense of self (e.g., by bringing creditable aspects of the self to mind). Third, because self-affirmation is not aimed at directly addressing the threat, it can draw upon domains of the self that are entirely unrelated to the domain in which the threat occurred: ”It is the war, not the battle, that orients this system” (Steele 1988, p. 289). Self-affirmation is therefore characterized as a highly malleable approach to coping with stressful events, in that any estimable aspect of the self can be used to counter a particular self-threatening experience” (Howell 2)
Howell, A.J. ”Self-Affirmation Theory And The Science Of Well-Being.” Journal Of Happiness Studies (2016): 1-19. Scopus®. Web. 29 Oct. 2016.
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13. Identify strategies for coping with stress.
Exercise, rest, hobbies, good nutrition, meditation, vacations, and occasionally taking a personal day helps to relieve yourself from the job. Working with kids does get very stressful but by balancing things out it makes life ten times easier.
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