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Week 7 Notes

by: Chelsea Ross

Week 7 Notes HSC 481

Chelsea Ross
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Stress Managment
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Week 7 notes which continues to cover chapter 6.
Stress Managment
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Date Created: 10/12/15
HSC 481 Notes Chapter 6 cont The Stress Emotions Anger Fear amp Joy 10515 The Anatomy of Fear Element of survival Response to flee or hide from threats quotfreezingquot or anxiety Many quotshadesquot of fear I Embarrassment prejudice anxiety despair worry arrogance doubt intimidation paranoia VVVV Fears Learned Response gt Conditioned response that s learned over time gt If rational can be useful gt Irrational can be false perception gt Draining emotions worries become selfdefeating Fear of Failure 1 Anxious feelings of not meeting own expectations Low selfesteem Less likely to take risk Fear of past experiences quotJonah complex fear of not maximizing one s potential relate back to Maslow VVVVV Fear of Rejection 2 gt Anxious feelings not meeting expectations of others gt Your perception of how others perceive amp accept you Fear of the Unknown 3 gt Anxious feelings of uncertainty amp future events gt Stay in bad situations options gain information about situation inner resources I Leap of faith amp selfreliance Fear of Death 4 gt Anxious feelings about death and the dying process gt Useful when danger is present gt Useless if exaggerated gt Includes phobias I Heights water small spaces gt May have unresolved life issues Fear of Isolation 5 gt Anxious feelings of being left alone gt May be our first fear psychologist believe gt Lack of social context I anxiety amp depression Fear of the Loss of SelfDominance 6 gt Anxious feelings about losing control of your life gt Loss of personal freedom gt Learned helplessness people who feel they have little control over their lives Strategies to Overcome Fear gt Freud I Psychoanalytic childhood experiences gt Watson I Behavioral theory coping and relaxation techniques gt Desensitization I Systemic small steps and exposure 0 Brief safe encounters with stressor Art of Happiness Basic needs met Trust Choices Money Relationships Genetics environments quotcomparisonsquot with others VVVVVV


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