Chapter 14 Stress

Please read carefully.  We are doing things a little differently for this chapter.  There is NO practice quiz for chapter 14

 

1.  Do the study guide as usual. Read the book chapter in order to answer
      those questions.

      Click Here for the study guide as pdf

      Click Here for the study guide as word.doc

2.  There are 3 short readings (a, b and c below) that have questions in them.
     Read these handouts and Answer those questions and turn them in with
     your Thursday class quiz.  They are considered "take home" quiz questions
     and I will add them to our "real quiz" at the end of class. They are due in
     class when we take our quiz on chapter 14 Stress

    a.  Click Here for the handout "Stress Induced Immune Dysfunction and
         takehome quiz questions to answer.

    b.  Click Here for the handout "Stress Induced Modulation of the Immune
         Response to Recombinant Hep B Vaccine. and take home quiz questions
         to answer.

    c.  Click Here for the handout "Slowing of wound healing by psychological   
         stress and take home quiz questions to answer.

3.  There are 2 short handouts that have questions already on the study guide.

     a.  Click Here for the handout “Influence of psychological variables on stress-
           induced pathology”

     b.  Click Here for the handout "Somatic Effects of Predictable and
          Unpredictable Shock”.

Optional

Click Here for a copy of the SRRS

Click Here to be taken to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website where you can get information on many areas where prevention is important.  Near the bottom of the page click on "Preventive care for Adults ( or women, or kids)" and you will get more info on what you should be looking to prevent.

Click here to be streamed a great video (12 Min from something like 20/20) about how many schools are banning Dodgeball because we don't want any kids to feel bad about losing.

Click here to be streamed a short (12 MIn from ABC News show 20/20) video about a woman named Wendy who most likely has a Type A personality.  She is easily frustrated. This video address the dangers of anger.