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Health & Kinesiology
Quiz 5 :
Diverse Understandings of Stress
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Research was conducted where one group of residents in a nursing home were given the responsibility of caring for a plant, and another group did not receive a plant.After 6 months, the group with a plant to care for were significantly better off than the group without plants.This is an example of one of the main dimensions of stress, called ______.
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Chandane failed her second A & P exam and worried that her chances of becoming a physical therapist were very slim.This time, she decided to get help from her professor during office hours every week to try to do better on the last two exams.After talking with her counselor, she realized that there was something she could have been doing (seeking out extra help) that would be more effective than simply hoping it she would finally understand confusing material the night before the exam when she studied on her own.According to Lazarus, deciding to seek out help was ______.
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Culture influences both the appraisal of stress and the experience of stress.Different cultures have different expectations for various aspects of life, and these differences can make a high threat event look like a low threat event to another group.Write about what you know from reading the textbook about how culture can influence stress, and include personal examples or examples you have observed or read about to support your answers.