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fear
unpleasant or avasive state in response to a specific object or situation
Two-factor theory of avoidance learning
1st- classical conditioning of fear (acquired drive) to CS
2nd- Instrumental reinforcement of the avoidance response through fear reduction (=escape from conditioned fear)
phobias
IRRATIONAL fear of specific objects or situations
fear
unpleasant or avasive state in response to a specific object or situation
Two-factor theory of avoidance learning
1st- classical conditioning of fear (acquired drive) to CS
2nd- Instrumental reinforcement of the avoidance response through fear reduction (=escape from conditioned fear)
phobias
IRRATIONAL fear of specific objects or situations
stress
when individual is physically or psychologically challenged
distress
stress with a negative affect
eustress
stress with positive feelings
Stress mechanisms:
CRH
ACTH
Epinephrine
Norepinephrine
CRH-corticotropin releasing hormone
ACTH- adrenocorticotropic hormone
Epinephrine- adrenalin
norepinephrine- noradrenalin