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Psychology Concepts: Managing and Coping With Stress

10 minutes 35 seconds

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Psychologists have studied the cognitive and emotional strategies used to cope with stress for decades. The two traditional strategies are avoidance and approach, and both have benefits and costs. However, modern research shows the benefits of social support, exercise, drug therapy, and biofeedback in dealing with stress. Part of the "Psychology Concepts" series.

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Two double-decker buses driving on a city street. Caption: then switch to an emotional strategy if that doesn't work.
Psychology Concepts
Episode 1
10 minutes 1 seconds
Grade Level: 10 - 12
A person jogging on a path. Exercise. Caption: Aerobic exercise, also called cardio,
Psychology Concepts
Episode 2
10 minutes 35 seconds
Grade Level: 10 - 12