Which one of the following is NOT a cognitive technique for stress management?
A) setting moderate expectations
B) solving problems
C) maintaining positivity
D) using imagery
During the resistance stage of the general adaptation syndrome, the body
A) is in a relaxed state.
B) responds to the activation of the sympathetic nervous system.
C) can no longer react effectively to normal life situations.
D) readjusts, regulating body systems to establish a new level of homeostasis.
Peak concentrations of the levels of stress hormones in the bloodstream occur
A) just before bedtime.
B) during the final stages of sleep.
C) just after lunch.
D) just before dinner.
The sum of cognitive, behavioural, and emotional tendencies refers to one's
D) ability to succeed in life.