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Hans Selye defined his general adaptation syndrome concept, which is also known as:
Improved function of the heart and brain during a stress response results from: 1. glycogenesis. 2. bronchodilation. 3. vasoconstriction in the skin and viscera. 4. decreased metabolic rate.
In which of the following situations would the stress response be used to prevent blood pressure from dropping too low?
During the stress response, endorphins act as:
Severe, prolonged stress may cause acute renal failure or stress ulcers to develop as a result of:
Selye defined three stages in the stress response. The third stage is designated as the:
The stress response involves the integrated action of the: 1. hypothalamus. 2. hypophysis. 3. sympathetic nervous system. 4. adrenal glands.
Possible complications caused by prolonged, severe stress include all of the following EXCEPT:
A serious consequence of a major disaster, first recognized in war veterans is: