Janis wrote or co-wrote more than a dozen books, including Psychological Stress (1958), Victims of Groupthink (1972), Decision ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Janis, Irving L. (1958). Psychological stress; psychoanalytic and behavioral studies of ... ISBN 978-0-15-569585-6. Janis, Irving L. (1972). Victims of groupthink; a psychological study of foreign-policy decisions and ... ISBN 978-0-395-14002-4. Janis, Irving L.; Mann, Leon (1977). Decision making: a psychological analysis of conflict, choice, and ...
Posttraumatic stress disorder Positive disintegration Psychological trauma Psychological resilience Tedeshi, R.G., & Calhoun, L ... "Posttraumatic Growth-An Antecedent and Outcome of Posttraumatic Stress". Clinical Psychological Science. 4 (4): 620-628. doi: ... Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. McAdams DP (1993). The Stories We Live By: Personal Myths and the Making of ... Moderate amounts of stress were associated with improvements in the traits of mastery and toughness. Individuals experiencing ...
"The Stress Reaction Cycle". psychcentral.com. "Keeping Calm Under Pressure". Psychological Health Care. November 14, 2017. ... Stress "fight or flight" coping response, the "stress cycle", and things to help you stay calm. The psychology of captivity The ... Claims of psychological and/or physical harm from resistance training: It has been suggested that training exercises during ... The psychological impact of suddenly finding yourself alone, lost, or outside your "comfort zone" can be debilitating, ...
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"Coping With Stress at Work". American Psychological Association. American Psychological Association. Retrieved November 3, 2019 ... Stresses at work can be eustress, a positive type of stress, or distress, a negative type of stress. Job strain in the ... Job strain is a form of psychosocial stress that occurs in the workplace. One of the most common forms of stress, it is ... "Stress at the Workplace". World Health Organization. WHO. Retrieved November 6, 2019. Huang, Y; Xu, S; Hua, J; Zhu, D; Liu, C; ...
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Walker, E. F., & Diforio, D. (1997). Schizophrenia: A neural diathesis-stress model. Psychological Review, 104(4), 667-685. ... Walker also served as the former editor-in-chief of the Association for Psychological Science's Psychological Science in the ... Her current projects include a two-year longitudinal study to investigate the biological and psychological risk factors of ... "A Look Back at Elaine Walker's PSPI Editorship". Association for Psychological Science. "Award Winners Archive". Society for ...
"A Forensic Psychological Perspective on Criminal Looters, Suicide by Police Seekers, and Bad Cops: An Imperfect Cross Cultural ... Many have found that dissociation can be a predictor of developing posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after the trauma has ... From a neurological perspective, dissociation during times of extreme stress or trauma can invoke neural mechanisms resulting ... Smith, Cunningham, & Freyd (2016). "Sexual violence, institutional betrayal, and psychological outcomes for LGB college ...
Medical trauma, sometimes called 'paediatric medical traumatic stress' refers to a set of psychological and physiological ... Motzer SA, Hertig V (March 2004). "Stress, stress response, and health". The Nursing Clinics of North America. 39 (1): 1-17. ... Exposure to natural disaster constitutes a risk factor for poor psychological health in children and adolescents. Psychological ... Translating Basic Research into Successful Treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder". Neurobiology of Stress. 1: 89-99. ...
Psychological resilience in particular is referred to bouncing back after having been exposed to serious stressors. For example ... Copeland, W. E., Keeler, G., Angold, A., & Costello, E. J. (2007). Traumatic events and posttraumatic stress in childhood. ... Copeland, W. E., Keeler, G., Angold, A., & Costello, E. J. (2007). Traumatic events and posttraumatic stress in childhood. ... Moreover, results from recent neurological research suggests that childhood psychological trauma can influence the same ...
Psychological resilience Stress management Hardiness Resourcefulness Lin, Ying; Mutz, Julian; Clough, Peter J.; Papageorgiou, ... 23 April 2020). "Stress and Coping in Esports and the Influence of Mental Toughness". Frontiers in Psychology. 11. doi:10.3389/ ... However, psychologists define resilience as a positive adaptive process of coping with stress and adversity, as opposed to a ... 2002) was to combine existing psychological theory and applied sport psychology in an attempt to bridge the gap between ...
... programs have also been implemented to address stress and psychological trauma among law-enforcement personnel and ... Flannery Jr, Raymond B. (1990). "Social support and psychological trauma: A methodological review". Journal of Traumatic Stress ... Peer support is an important component of the critical incident stress management program used to alleviate stress and trauma ... Strategies for Addressing Stress and Psychological Support; Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, Canadian Department Of National Defence ...
Psychological Assessment Resources Lutz, FL. Janoff-Bulman, Ronnie (1 June 1989). "Assumptive Worlds and the Stress of ... A framework for understanding the psychological effects of working with victims". Journal of Traumatic Stress. 3 (1): 131-149. ... Work-related stress is a generic term without a theoretical basis, specific signs and symptoms or contributing factors, or ... VT also specifies psychological domains that can be affected, rather than specific symptoms that may arise. This specificity ...
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See also: Psychological stress § Management. People often find ways of dealing with distress, in both negative and positive ... Stress can be created by influences such as work, school, peers or co-workers, family and death. Other influences vary by age. ... The major mechanism by which higher education plays a role on reducing stress in men is more so related to labor-market ... Higher education has been linked to a reduction in psychological distress in both men and women, and these effects persist ...
Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1995. ISBN 978-1-55798-308-4 Opening up: The Healing Power of Confiding ... with David Watson (April 1989). "Health complaints, stress, and distress: exploring the central role of negative affectivity" ( ... It builds on previous research establishing strong links between linguistic patterns and personality or psychological state, ... Pennebaker, James W. (May 1997). "Writing About Emotional Experiences as a Therapeutic Process" (PDF). Psychological Science. 8 ...
See also: Psychological stress and Sleep. Insomnia is a general term for difficulty falling asleep and/or staying asleep. ... including psychological stress, a poor sleep environment, an inconsistent sleep schedule, or excessive mental or physical ... possibly due to reduced cardiovascular stress mediated by daytime sleep.[36] Short naps at mid-day and mild evening exercise ... the potentially harmful psychological and adjustment consequences, and the availability of promising treatments, all indicate ...
Psychological disorders associated with recurring dreams[edit]. *Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: People suffering from post- ... Through psychological analyses and studies, some recurrent themes have been identified. These include dreaming of being chased ... Anxiety: Evidence suggests that recurrent dreams occur during times of stress and once the problem has resolved they will cease ... traumatic stress disorder can often suffer from recurring dreams. These dreams are thought of as chronic nightmares that act as ...
McGrath, Joseph (1970). "A conceptual formulation for research on stress". Social and Psychological Factors in Stress. 10 (21 ... COR has been utilized when studying work/family stress, burnout, and general stress. In work/family stress, COR research has ... Hobfoll posited that psychological stress occurred in three a instances; when there was a threat of a loss of resources, an ... Hans Selye (1950) took on Cannon's research on stress as a response and indicated that stress itself was designed as a way to ...
"Psychological stress and the human immune system: a meta-analytic study of 30 years of inquiry". Psychological Bulletin. 130 (4 ... Iwata M, Ota KT, Duman RS (July 2013). "The inflammasome: pathways linking psychological stress, depression, and systemic ... linking non-pathogen induced stress to the increased inflammation that is common in depression and other forms of psychological ... There is also initial evidence that major depression and stress can alter the permeability of the blood-brain barrier, allowing ...
ISBN 978-0-387-87572-9. Ano, Gene G. (Apr 2005). "Religious coping and psychological adjustment to stress: a meta-analysis". J ... Astin, John A. (1997). Stress Reduction through Mindfulness Meditation: Effects on Psychological Symptomatology, Sense of ... Kenneth Pargament is a major contributor to the theory of how individuals may use religion as a resource in coping with stress ... For instance, Vilchinsky & Kravetz found negative correlations with psychological distress among religious and secular ...
Qin S, Hermans EJ, van Marle HJ, Luo J, Fernández G (July 2009). "Acute psychological stress reduces working memory-related ... Working memory is impaired by acute and chronic psychological stress. This phenomenon was first discovered in animal studies by ... The marked effects of stress on PFC structure and function may help to explain how stress can cause or exacerbate mental ... The more stress in one's life, the lower the efficiency of working memory in performing simple cognitive tasks. Students who ...
Psychological Review, 81, 2, pp. 119-145. Solomon's "Opponent Process" Theory Description of an experiment with afterimages.. ... Effects of Cold Pressor Stress on the Human Startle Response. PLoS ONE, 7(11), e49866. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049866 Leknes ... Opponent-process theory is a psychological and neurological model that accounts for a wide range of behaviors, including color ... article via Jstor Lambert, Deckers (2018-01-29). Motivation biological, psychological, and environmental (5th ed.). New York. ...
Psychological Medicine, 18, 689-695. Hitchcock, C., Nixon, R. D. V., & Weber, N. (2013) A review of overgeneral memory in child ... and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The most common way to test for OGM is with the autobiographical memory test (AMT). A ... Psychological Bulletin, 133, 122-148. Neshat-Doost, H. T., Dalgleish, T., Yule, W., Kalantari, M., Ahmadi, S. J., Dyregrov, A ... Psychological Review, 107, 261-288. Williams, J. M. G., Teasdale, J. D., Segal, Z. V., & Soulsby, J. (2000). Mindfulness-based ...
"Psychological treatments that cause harm." Perspectives on Psychological Science, Volume 2(1), pp. 53-70, 2007. Knopp, Fay ... van der Kolk, M.D., Bessel (March 1, 1997). "Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Memory". Psychiatric Times. 14 (3). Williams LM ... Lilienfeld, SO (2007). "Psychological Treatments That Cause Harm". Perspectives on Psychological Science. 2 (1): 53-70. ... The Canadian Psychological Association has issued guidelines for psychologists addressing recovered memories. Psychologists are ...
She began working as Lead Trauma Specialist of Center for Stress and Anxiety Management in California in 2012. She specializes ... in treating depression, anxiety, stress, trauma and PTSD. Scarlet has also conducted and published psychological analysis of ... It was a life-altering moment that made her apprehend the allegory of incorporating superheroes in treating psychological ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "OUR THERAPISTS". The Center for Stress & Anxiety Management. Retrieved 17 October 2020 ...
This is likely due to increase psychological stress related to acculturation. A study by Tibubos states: "mean score patterns ... as are many psychological factors. Arabs who seek psychological help are more confident about the effectiveness of medication ... Overarching psychological pain and guilt are often a result of depression. Guilt and distress are symptoms of depression; yet ... This is a result of the laws of apartheid and the inadequate psychological services that followed, as well as factors such as ...
Wu, K.; Li, C.; Johnson, D.E. (2011). "Role of self-esteem in the relationship between stress and ingratiation". Psychological ... Ingratiation is a method that can be used to cope with job-related stress. Decreased self-esteem coupled with stress may cause ... Ingratiating is a psychological technique in which an individual attempts to influence another person by becoming more likeable ... "Since self-esteem is a resource for coping with stress, it becomes depleted in this coping process and the individual becomes ...
"Faking on the Mississippi Scale for Combat-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder". Psychological Assessment. 1 (1): 56-57. doi: ... She helped conduct research in PTSD and the psychological effects of war on women veterans. Although Furey's time at war was ... Tragedy, bloodshed, and death caused many veterans to suffer from what is now called post-traumatic stress disorder, a term ... Her post-war efforts directly correspond with her service in Vietnam, as she pioneered efforts in post-traumatic stress ...