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Stress Psychology:

Stress Psychology INTRASPEC MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY Published in www.pinoybisniz.com

Hot Reactors:

Hot Reactors People who overreact to stressful situations. Symptoms of hot reactors can include: feeling anger easily often becoming anxious or depressed urinating frequently experiencing constipation or diarrhea more often than usual experiencing nausea or vomiting

Psychosomatic Disease:

Psychosomatic Disease Diseases for which the mind makes the body more susceptible. Also referred to as psychophysiological disease. Two types of psychosomatic disease are: psychogenic somatogenic

Psychogenic Psychosomatic Disease:

Psychogenic Psychosomatic Disease Physical disease caused by emotional stress. The mind changes the body’s physiology so that body parts break down. Examples of psychogenic disease include ulcers asthma

Somatogenic Psychosomatic Disease:

Somatogenic Psychosomatic Disease Physical disease caused by the mind increase the body’s susceptibility to: disease-causing organisms (germs). natural degenerative processes. Examples of psychogenic disease include colds and other infections cancer rheumatoid arthritis

Stress can affect the body’s immune system:

Stress can affect the body’s immune system Research has demonstrated that the mind can: increase the body’s susceptibility to disease by reducing the effectiveness of the immune system. increase the healing of the body by increasing the effectiveness of the immune system. Poorly managed stress can negatively affect the effectiveness of the immune system.

DEFENSE MECHANISMS:

DEFENSE MECHANISMS

DEFENSE MECHANISMS:

DEFENSE MECHANISMS Protect us from being consciously aware of a thought or feeling which we cannot tolerate.

DEFENSE MECHANISMS:

DEFENSE MECHANISMS DENIAL-rejecting the thought or feelings SUPPRESION-you are vaguely aware of the though & feelings, but try to avoid it

DEFENSE MECHANISMS:

DEFENSE MECHANISMS RATIONALIZATION-you come up with various explanations to justify the situations( while denying your feelings) PROJECTION – you think someone else has your thoughts and feelings. e.g.“that instructor hates me

DEFENSE MECHANISMS:

DEFENSE MECHANISMS DISPLACEMENT – you redirect your feelings to another target

DEFENSE MECHANISMS:

DEFENSE MECHANISMS ISOLATION OF EFFECT –you feel the feeling but don’t really feel it SUBLIMATION-you redirect the feeling into a socially productive activity.

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REGRESSION-you revert to an old, usually immature behavior to ventilate your feeling.

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REACTION FORMATION-you turn the feeling into its opposite UNDOING-you try to reverse or undo your feelings by DOING something that indicates the opposite feeling.

COPING STRATEGIES:

COPING STRATEGIES

COPING STRATEGIES:

COPING STRATEGIES PROBLEM FOCUSED STRATEGIES EMOTION-FOCUSED STRATEGIES

PROBLEM- FOCUSED STRATEGIES:

PROBLEM- FOCUSED STRATEGIES 1. Confrontational Coping -standing one’s own ground or expressing one’s anger 2. Planful Problem Solving -having a plan of action or doubling effort

EMOTION-FOCUSED STRATEGIES:

EMOTION-FOCUSED STRATEGIES 1. Distancing - making light of the situation, pretending nothing has happened , trying to forget about things. 2. Self-controlling -keeping feelings to oneself, not letting others know how bad things are

EMOTION-FOCUSED STRATEGIES:

EMOTION-FOCUSED STRATEGIES 3. Seeking Social Support – talked to somebody to find out more about the situation, asked a friend for advice 4. Accepting responsibility – self-criticism, saying to oneself that things will be better next time

EMOTION-FOCUSED STRATEGIES:

EMOTION-FOCUSED STRATEGIES 5. Escape – Avoidance – wishing the situation would go away, hoping for miracle, trying to make oneself better by eating and drinking a lot. 6. Positive reappraisal – changing or growing up a better person, discovering what is important to life

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