The science of stress

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Publisher:
Films for the Humanities & Sciences,
Pub. Date:
c2001.
Language:
English
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(Producer) What is stress and what does it do to us? This program explores the links between stress and illness by staging a day in the life of a lawyer. An endocrinologist, a perinatal psychobiologist, an occupational psychologist, and two psychiatrists observe and comment on his stress factors and the way he handles them. The experts discuss how the "fight or flight response," a result of adrenalin and cortisol secretion triggered by stress, might be appropriate for fleeing from lions but is not a useful reaction in the office and can be detrimental over time. Type A and B personalities are explained, as well as how the ability to manage stress may be determined before birth.
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