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51: Sport Psychology
... be amended by conventional behaviour modification but involvement of the individual in expressing his or her own thoughts and feelings has been held to increase the efficacy of treatment." (Mar-tens, 1981:57) Meichenbaum's Stress-Inoculation Training (SIT) is one of a range of stress management packages advocated as useful to coaches and athletes for reducing stress and enhancing performance. Other popular programs include Smith's Cognitive-Affective Stress Management or SMT and Suinn's program of Anxiety Management Training or AMT. "SIT and SMT have been adapted or developed specifically ...
52: Business And Society
... to prevent it and how to handle it. · Have a clear procedure for filing complaints. Employees should have a non-threatening process in place to report an incident, discuss any behavior they feel is unprofessional. Stress confidentially and that you, the employer, will not tolerate retaliation against any employee for coming forward. Give all the employees the names and phone numbers of human resources and other staff to contact. Provide sexual harassment training. STRESS There are countless words to describe stress. The fact remains that stress is an essential part of life. It is inescapable and in moderation, a good thing. I think stress makes people feel vital and interested. The crucial difference between stress ...
53: Does Early Attachment Predict
... 6 years of age in order to examine the relationship between early attachment and later psychopathology. They found that for males, an insecure attachment produced greater chance of psychopathology, if this was coupled with environmental stress there was very high predicability. Yet they found no effect for females. However, Lewis and his colleagues did not use the category of disorganised/disoriented attachment and a low-risk sample was used; consequently a ... that it predicted behaviour problems in preschool, elementary school and high school, and was related to psychopathology and dissociation in adolescence. She proposes this result is a factor of disorganised/disoriented infants' higher vulnerability to stress, which, when coupled with a traumatic environment, almost certainly leads to problems. Putnam (1993) also notes that trance like behaviour in infants (found to be exhibited by infants with a disorganised attachment) is the single ... significantly more insecure and atypical attachment patterns than the comparison 'normal' children. In addition, those who were insecure showed more behaviour problems, scored lower on the intelligence scale and had parents who reported significantly more stress then the adopted secure children. Finally, it has actually been found that the best prediction for adult outcomes is actually peer relationships during adolescence, though of course there is be a direct link between ...
54: Clinical Supervision In Todays
... curriculum developer- one who is responsible for making the decisions concerning what curriculum is to be offered at a school "marginal" teacher- a teacher who is barely within a lower standard or limit of quality stress - to be subjected to physical or mental pressure, tension, or strain Limitation of the Study The research information in this study is limited to the study of school supervisors in the public school system. This ... is still inevitable to occasionally come across marginal teachers which fail to meet minimal standards no matter what the supervisor does to try to help them improve. One possible contributing factor to this situation is stress. Education, and particularly educational administration, are very high-stress professions. Clinical supervisors should encourage personal responsibility for stress management. Articulation of the expectation that individuals are to take the responsibility for control of their own stress levels also validates personal inclinations to do ...
55: Preparing The Educational Syst
... the child experiences a threat, although less noticeable on the surface, but significant regarding his mental development: the dimness of the situation and the need to act in states of uncertainty. The effects of national stress situations on children were, mainly, diagnosed by Anna Freud and Dorothy Birlingham (1942), at the time of the Blitz in England, by Kleiman (1968) and Kleiman (1975) regarding the murder of President Kennedy in the United States of America. In Israel it was executed by Ziv et al (Ziv, Krogalensky and Shulman, 1972; Ziv and Israeli 1973), who examined the level of stress with children of bombarded settlements. Freud and Birlingham found that children who were disconnected from their families and had been evacuated to safe places out of London developed a higher level of anxiety than the ... anxiety of children in bombarded townships and children, whose towns were not bombarded, but they did not find such a difference between children of bombarded kibbutz and non-bombarded kibbutz, and in a catharsis of stress situations that is enabled by discussions on the subject between the adults and the kids. From here stems the need for enforcing the level of the school s level of organization, in improving the ...
56: Divorce
Divorce Divorce rates in the United States have increased dramatically in the past 25 years. Over 40 percent of the marriages among young Americans will end in divorce. There is a lot of stress on all the people involved. The man has to deal with, usually, not seeing his children, being alone, and the responsibility that is accompanied with much of the legal process. The wife has to go ... 98-104: “Understanding”) Conflicts over roles is becoming an important factor in whether married couples remain together. Separations present two challenges to our ability to adjust. On one hand we must cope with the additional stress that enters our lives. Studies of divorced men and women, for example, provide a number of illustrations of the types of stress to which people must adjust. “Divorced men often find themselves working longer hours to meet alimony payments. Since courts usually award the mother the custody of children, men have longer periods of separation from ...
57: Meditation: A In-Depth Look
Meditation: A In-Depth Look In-Depth Feature- Meditation by Courtney Martin In this modern day and age, the negative effects of stress are unavoidable. People have tried various methods to help cope with stress, everything from exercise and diet to alternative methods like biofeedback. However, the most effective method to deal with stress is not one of these modern methods but rather a 5,000 year-old idea: Meditation. Meditation not only helps reduce the negative effects of stress, but also leads to a better sense of ...
58: Anxiety And Depression In Afro-Americans
Anxiety And Depression In Afro-Americans A major cause of mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety in individuals is stress. Defined stress is an internal response caused by the application of a stressor or anything that requires coping behaviour. For example the pressure of a job, supporting a family or getting an education are stressors that can result in depression and anxiety. Individuals and groups that have numerous resources or other coping mechanisms are better suited for coping with stress than are those who lack such resources. As a result, social and economic circumstances in North America suggest that the black and Latino communities have a higher risk for developing mental disorders than does ...
59: Biofeedback
... ears, which showed that they could alter their peripheral vascular system. Biofeedback has developed considerably within the years. In the early part of the 1960's first attempts were made at applying biofeedback for managing stress. The majority of health care professionals did not accept biofeedback. The public felt that biofeedback was an experimental procedure used by researchers only. Therefore, it stayed on the outside of conventional psychology and medicine. In ... become universally acclaimed as an important method to learning how to achieve a state of deep relaxation (O'Hair). Today clinical biofeedback techniques are used to treat an assortment of conditions (Runck, 1983). Some include: Stress and anxiety Digestive system disorders, Tension headaches, migraine headaches, and other types of pain, Raynaud's disease ( a circulatory disorder which causes uncomfortably cold hands), High and low blood pressure, paralysis and other movement disorders ... number of breaths taken per minute and the expansion of the diaphragm, which indicates how deep and complete the breath is. Learning how to breathe correctly is pertinent to the treatment of insomnia and high stress. The heart rate and blood volume pulse are measured through the photoplethysmograph (PPG) sensor. This sensitive device is placed on the client's thumb and uses a "light source and a photodetector to monitor ...
60: Osteoporosis and Effects of Gavity and Space
... To state the obvious, Human beings have evolved under Earth’s gravity "1G". Our musculoskeleton system have developed to help us navigate in this gravitational field, endowed with ability to adapt as needed under various stress, strains and available energy requirement. The system consists of Bone a highly specialized and dynamic supporting tissue which provides the vertebrates its rigid infrastructure. It consists of specialized connective tissue cells called osteocytes and a ... calcium which is vital for human metabolism, houses the bone marrow within its mid cavity and to top it all it is capable of changing its architecture and mass in response to outside and inner stress. It is this dynamic remodeling of bone which is of primary interest in microgravity. To feel the impact of this dynamicity it should be noted that a bone remodeling unit [a coupled phenomena of bone reabsorption and bone formation] is initiated and another finished about every ten seconds in a healthy adult. This dynamic system responds to mechanical stress or lack of it by increasing the bone mass/density or decreasing it as per the demand on the system. -eg; a person dealing with increased mechanical stress will respond with increased mass / density ...

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