PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Omega-3 Fatty Acid, Thrombus, Complications Of Pregnancy

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some are expected and routine in course of normal life. chapter looks at nature of stress, how people cope with it and the potential effects. according to anisman and others, exposure to stress is common and may lead to physiological and psychological changes. If the body is effected greatly by stress, there may be negative consequences for health. way people in health professions think about physical illness has changed a lot in last 20 years. traditional view of physical illness as a purely biological phenomenon has given way to biopsychosocial model of illness. biopsychosocial model: holds that physical illness is caused by complex interaction of biological, psychological and sociocultural factors. doesn"t suggest that biological factors are unimportant. simply asserts that these factors operate in psychosocial context that is also influential. before 20th century, principle threats to health were contagious diseases ex.

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