*  Paul T. P. Wong
Stress Medicine, 6, 227-236. Wong, P. T. P., & Wong, L. C. J. (Eds.). (2006). Handbook of multicultural perspectives on stress ... He has been elected as a fellow for both the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association. ... Wong's main contribution to stress and coping research is the resource-congruence model and the Stress Appraisal Measure (SAM ... Effective management of life stress: The resource-congruence model. Stress Medicine, 9, 51-60. Wong, P. T. P., Reker, G. T., & ...
*  World Psychiatric Association
Revue Francophone du Stress et du Trauma (Disaster Psychiatry Section) Transcultural Psychiatry (Transcultural Psychiary ... Psychological Consequences of Torture and Persecutions Section Psychotherapy Section World Healer (Transcultural Psychiatry ...
*  Jane Wardle
In it, she explored whether eating habits are genetic or learned.[citation needed] 1989 Fellow, British Psychological Society ... including the investigation of the influence of socioeconomic status and stress on behaviours such as physical activity, ... First, she has been influential in applying psychological methods in cancer research, specifically in understanding the uptake ... British Psychological Society, for outstanding contributions to research In 1976 Wardle married Nicholas Stirling, with whom ...
*  Memory consolidation
The BLA is thought to be actively involved in memory consolidation and is influenced strongly by stress hormones resulting in ... at least five groups argued the notion that memory reconsolidation can be used to treat psychological problems. Three of these ... McGaugh, J. L.; Roozendaal, B. (2002). "Role of adrenal stress hormones in forming lasting memories in the brain". Current ... Extensive evidence suggests that stress hormones such as epinephrine play a critical role in consolidating new memories and ...
*  Psychoneuroimmunology
"A note on eosinopenia as an index of psychological stress". Psychosom Med. 2 (22): 149-50. Herbert TB, Cohen S (1993). "Stress ... Cohen S.; Tyrrell D. A.; Smith A. P. (1991). "Psychological stress and susceptibility to the common cold". The New England ... Cohen S.; Williamson G. M. (1991). "Stress and infectious disease in humans". Psychological Bulletin. 109 (1): 5-24. doi: ... Chrousos, G. P. and Gold, P. W. (1992). The concepts of stress and stress system disorders. Overview of physical and behavioral ...
*  Psychological stress
... stress reduction Occupational stress Posttraumatic stress disorder Psychological trauma Psychoneuroimmunology Stress ( ... A very much overlooked side of stress is its positive adaptations. Positive psychological stress can lead to motivation and ... Selye proposed that there are four variations of stress. On one axis, there is good stress (eustress) and bad stress (distress ... Acute stress reaction Adaptive performance Chronic stress Cognitive behavioral therapy Complex post-traumatic stress disorder ...
*  Pathophysiology of asthma
Psychological stress. There is growing evidence that psychological stress is a trigger. It can modulate the immune system, ... Chen E, Miller GE (2007). "Stress and inflammation in exacerbations of asthma". Brain Behav Immun. 21 (8): 993-9. doi:10.1016/j ...
*  Irving Janis
Janis wrote or co-wrote more than a dozen books, including Psychological Stress (1958), Victims of Groupthink (1972), Decision ... Janis, Irving L. (1958). Psychological stress; psychoanalytic and behavioral studies of surgical patients. New York: Wiley. ... ISBN 0-15-569585-1. Janis, Irving L. (1972). Victims of groupthink; a psychological study of foreign-policy decisions and ... ISBN 0-395-14002-1. Janis, Irving L.; Mann, Leon (1977). Decision making: a psychological analysis of conflict, choice, and ...
*  Interstitial cystitis
Other suggested etiological causes are neurologic, allergic, genetic, and stress-psychological. In addition, recent research ... Numerous studies have noted the link between IC, anxiety, stress, hyper-responsiveness, and panic. Another proposed etiology ... Lifestyle changes may include stopping smoking and reducing stress. Medications may include ibuprofen, pentosan polysulfate, or ... and progressive relaxation therapy to reduce causative stress. Pelvic floor dysfunction is a fairly new area of specialty for ...
*  Psychological aspects of childhood obesity
Psychological stress in a family may contribute to childhood obesity. Sources of such stress include serious life events, ... doi:10.1007/s10995-013-1366-y. Koch, F.; Sepa, A.; Ludvigsson, J. (2008). "Psychological Stress and Obesity". Journal of ... Children who are obese are at a greater risk for social and psychological problems as well, such as peer victimization, ... doi:10.1111/j.1467-789X.2008.00507.x. Wardle, J.; Cooke, L. (2005). "The impact of obesity on psychological well-being". Best ...
*  Usog
"Psychological stress and disease". JAMA. 298 (14): 1685-7. doi:10.1001/jama.298.14.1685. PMID 17925521. "Stress Contributes To ... It is, in medical terms, the consequence of the disruption of homeostasis through physical or psychological stimuli brought ... or psychological resources on the other. The stressful stimuli to the child may be mental (stranger is perceived as a threat, ... to produce other stress-reducing compounds. Usog can also, though less commonly, affect adults, and it may induce vomiting and ...
*  Alopecia areata
Psychological stress may result. People are generally otherwise healthy. In a few, all the hair on the scalp or all body hair ... Alopecia can be the cause of psychological stress. Because hair loss can lead to significant changes in appearance, individuals ... There is no loss of body function, and effects of alopecial areata are mainly psychological (loss of self-image due to hair ... Hunt N, McHale S (October 2005). "The psychological impact of alopecia". Bmj (Review). 331 (7522): 951-3. doi:10.1136/bmj. ...
*  Causes of schizophrenia
Psychological stress may worsen schizophrenia. http://www.schizophreniaforum.org/for/int//Murray/murray.asp as at 12-8-10 Insel ... Firm psychological boundaries should be established between one's self and one's identity and one's parents. Pushing the role ... Modern clinical psychological research has indicated a number of processes which may cause or bring on episodes of ... There is an emerging literature on a wide range of prenatal risk factors, such as prenatal stress, intrauterine (in the womb) ...
*  Cardiac psychology
Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. Dimsdale, D.E. (2008). Psychological stress and cardiovascular disease. ... Ellen Dornelas Dimsdale, D.E. (2008). Psychological stress and cardiovascular disease. Journal of the American College of ... Samuel Sears, that focus on psychological aspects of cardiac disease. Cardiac psychology as a term was first used by Robert ... Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association). Pedersen, S.S.; van den Broek, K.C.; van den Berg, M.; Theuns, D. (2010 ...
*  Precordial catch syndrome
Risk factors include psychological stress. The pain is not due to the heart. Diagnosis is based on the symptoms. Other ...
*  Shingles
Other risk factors include psychological stress. According to a study in North Carolina, "black subjects were significantly ... psychological stress, or other factors. Upon reactivation, the virus replicates in neuronal cell bodies, and virions are shed ... Schmader K, George LK, Burchett BM, Hamilton JD, Pieper CF (1998). "Race and stress in the incidence of herpes zoster in older ... Livengood JM (2000). "The role of stress in the development of herpes zoster and postherpetic neuralgia". Curr. Rev. Pain. 4 (1 ...
*  Technostress
Psychological stress can manifest itself physically. Similarly there are a number of symptoms of technostress. One symptom of ... Psychological aspects are composed of information overload in order to find, analyze, evaluate, and apply it in the right ... The more involved and familiar they are, the less techno - stressed they would be Encouraging people to "experiment" and ... Caguiat, C.A. (2001): Effects of stress and burnout on librarians in selected academic libraries in Metro Manila. University of ...
*  Disappointment
It is a source of psychological stress. The study of disappointment-its causes, impact, and the degree to which individual ... they may alternatively exhibit less immunity when under prolonged or uncontrollable stress, a phenomenon which researchers have ...
*  Miscarriage risks
"The association between psychological stress and miscarriage: A systematic review and meta-analysis". Scientific Reports. 7 (1 ... 40 hour work week psychological stress "Glossary , womenshealth.gov". womenshealth.gov. Retrieved 2017-09-11. This article ...
*  Caregiver stress
It has also been noted that psychological benefit finding can be an important way of dealing with stress. The Perceived ... Parents of children with CHD experience psychological distress such as high levels of caregiver stress, anxiety and depression ... Caregiver stress is caused by an increased stress hormone level for an extended period of time. Caregivers also suffer the ... September-October 2004). "Differential immune cell chemotaxis responses to acute psychological stress in Alzheimer's caregivers ...
*  Haroutune Armenian
Long-term psychological stress and heart disease. Int J Epidemiol, 29(5):948-948 October 2000. Archie Cochrane: Back to the ... Psychological distress among adolescents in Chengdu, Sichuan at one month after the 5.12.2008 earthquake - by professor Joseph ... Lockwood Hourani L, Armenian H, Zurayk H, Afifi L: A Population Based Survey of Loss and Psychological Distress During War. Soc ... Urinary Incontinence and Psychological Distress Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults. J American Geriatric Society 50:1-7, ...
*  Pediatric psychology
Compas, B., Malcarne, V., & Banez, G. (1992). Coping with psychological stress: a developmental perspective. In B. Carpenter ( ... An example of this would be work stress. Being stressed out at work can lead to hypertension; however, it can also lead to ... concerns regarding the psychological factors in physical symptom presentation, behavior problems, and managing psychological ... It is nearly impossible to tell which path will be taken as a result of the stress, and it could result in both. This problem ...
*  Panic attack
Risk factors include smoking and psychological stress. Diagnosis should involve ruling out other conditions that can produce ... Environmental factors such as an overcautious view of the world expressed by parents and cumulative stress over time have been ... Panic attacks can occur due to number of disorders including panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, post traumatic stress ... Other syndromes like obsessive compulsive disorder or post traumatic stress disorder and social anxiety disorder can also cause ...
*  Berry L. Cannon
Radloff, Roland; Helmreich, Robert (1968). Groups Under Stress: Psychological Research in SEALAB II. New York: Appleton-Century ...
*  George F. Bond
Radloff, Roland; Helmreich, Robert (1968). Groups Under Stress: Psychological Research in Sealab II. Appleton-Century-Crofts. ...
*  Herzog Hospital
According to Caine, the facility can improve the abilities of patients suffering from mental, psychological, cognitive, ... utilizing the vast experience that Israeli psychologists have accumulated in treating terror-related post-traumatic stress. A ...
*  Coping (psychology)
... strategy Psychological resilience Psychological trauma Self-control Social sharing of emotions Stiff upper lip Stress Stress ... Hormones also play a part in stress management. Cortisol, a stress hormone, was found to be elevated in males during stressful ... There is evidence that males often develop stress due to their careers, whereas females often encounter stress due to issues in ... "Basic Coping Strategies For Stress". Stress Treatment. Retrieved 11 August 2015. Skynner, Robin; Cleese, John (1994). Life and ...