Psychological aspects of stress

IB Psychology: Psychological aspects of stress

The argument that it is the interaction of cognitive and physiological responses that lead to how we experience stress is the basis of Lazarus & Folkman"s (1984) Transactional Model of Stress and Coping. The researchers define stress as neither a result of the disposition of an individual nor the nature of the environmental stressor, but the "transaction" between the two. The theory argues that it is the appraisal of...


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