How Does Stress Affect Your Physiological, Cognitive And Behavioral Reactions Can Difficult, And Unsafe

999 Words 4 Pages
Nasiri Khoozani, E., & Hadzic, M. stated, that the idea of stress in psychology describes the organism’s adjusting physiological, cognitive and behavioral reactions to difficult, and unsafe environments. There are so many different types of stress that it is difficult to put the findings and issues together because there are so many different meanings to all of these types of stress. For example, there is work stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, school stress, family stress, etc. All of these types of stress come with different emotional states and it also depends on who the person is and what type of person they are and how they deal with stress.
There are three natural groupings for stress activating causes (stressors) that include their perspective, impartiality, and their extent (Girdano, Dusek, & Everly, 2001; Lupien,
Maheu, Tu, Fiocco, & Schramek, 2007). Perspective stressors are put into two groups: psychological and biogenic. This means that the way that people portray or understand events can be thought out as psychological or perspective stressors. Basically, if people see events as threatening they are more likely to be stressed than if they did not see a situation as being threatening (Lazarus & Folkman, 1984). Biogenic stressors do their effect disregarding people’s understanding and viewpoints of them. Cocaine, amphethetamines, and extreme temperatures are grouped as biogenic stressors (Lupien et al., 2007). Objective or impartial stressors…

Related Documents