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Psychology Concepts: Stress as a Psychological Process

10 minutes 1 seconds

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Stress has many causes. Some typical stressors include daily life hassles and major life events. Regardless of the cause, the human body exhibits psychological responses to stress depending on how it perceives a situation. Viewers will explore the transactional model of stress and coping as well as how cognitive appraisal of experiences impacts stress. Part of the "Psychology Concepts" series.

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Psychology Concepts
Episode 1
10 minutes 1 seconds
Grade Level: 10 - 12
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Episode 2
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