HLPS 2.4 Social aspects of stress

IB Psychology: HLPS 2.4 Social aspects of stress

There are several sociocultural factors that a play a role in stress. As we have already seen in the Marmot study, social hierarchies and one"s sense of control /self-efficacy may play a key role in the negative health effects of stress. As we saw with the cognitive arguments for stress, it is difficult to isolate the sociocultural factors in studying stress. The following lesson looks at different sociocultural factors...


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