Dealing with Stress Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of these is NOT a healthy way to manage stress?

Question 2 2. Somatoform disorders are a type of psychophysiological disorder that involves:

Question 3 3. The phases of the general adaptation syndrome, in order, are:

Question 4 4. Which of the following is NOT a good coping strategy for dealing with test anxiety?

Question 5 5. Which of these is a treatment for psychophysiological disorders?

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Question 6 6. The general term for the psychological and physiological response to any real or imagined disruptions, demands, stimulations, or changes in life is known as:

Question 7 7. Bad stress is:

Question 8 8. Mental stress _____, while physical stress _____.

Question 9 9. Epinephrine is released during:

Question 10 10. Factors that causes us stress are known as:

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Question 11 11. High blood pressure is known as:

Question 12 12. One risk factor for acute stress disorder is:

Question 13 13. What is it called when you have a tendency to put things off until a later time?

Question 14 14. In the process of recovering from a major foot and ankle surgery, Jared has experienced a setback with his incision reopening that has forced him to take a break from physical therapy. His friends want to take him to lunch to take his mind off of things and get him out in the fresh air. Jared tells them that he is not interested and just wants to stay in bed. How is he responding to stress?

Question 15 15. The stomach is part of the:

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Question 16 16. Fight or flight is a response that occurs during the _____ stage of stress.

Question 17 17. Which of these is NOT a symptom of acute stress disorder?

Question 18 18. Psychological disorders that involve reactions to mental or emotional strain or tension in an individual's life are known as _____.

Question 19 19. If a person cannot recover from stress, they may enter the exhaustion phase, which may lead to:

Question 20 20. Robert recently started a new job. Just as he feels he is starting to get the hang of things, Robert hears that his new employer has issued a hiring freeze and is going to begin laying off individuals in his department following the loss of a large contract. Robert is experiencing which of the following?

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Question 21 21. Which of the following are psychophysiological disorders?

Question 22 22. Which of the following would be the most likely cause of long-term stress?

Question 23 23. A psychological and physiological response to any real or imagined disruption, demand, stimulation, or change in life is known as:

Question 24 24. Which of the following is an appropriate coping strategy for dealing with work-related stress?

Question 25 25. Julia just received the exciting news that she has been accepted to a doctorate program. She then begins to think about all of the details that will be involved in quitting her job and moving halfway across the country to start school in a few short months. Julia is experiencing which of the following?

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Question 26 26. Which stage of stress are Glucocorticoids released?

Question 27 27. What problem of the nervous system can be caused by chronic stress?

Question 28 28. What type of stressor is perfectionism?

Question 29 29. Janet is extremely anxious because she knows that she should be spending a good deal of time researching and preparing for an upcoming job interview. Instead, she is allowing her stress about the situation to control her, and she is unable to focus on beginning her preparation and is essentially frozen in fear. Which way is Janet responding to stress?

Question 30 30. Alex frequently experiences stomach pains, which have no apparent physical cause. Rather, his doctor believes anxiety about his work performance is the root cause. What is the doctor most likely to recommend as the first treatment step?

Dealing with Stress Chapter Exam Instructions

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