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Stress is necessary for learning and growth BUT too much stress is damaging. Too much stress produces cortisol
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written by John J. Ratey, 1948-; presented by John J. Ratey, 1948-; interview by Allen E. Ivey, fl. 1980; in Neuroscience and the Brain: Implications for Counseling and Therapy (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2008), 8 mins
Designated as one of America's Best Physicians for seven years, Dr. Ratey takes us through the basics of neuroscience and the brain. You will learn the importance of brain plasticity and how clients learn new thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in the session and develop new neural networks. Perceptual, attentional,...
written by John J. Ratey, 1948-; presented by John J. Ratey, 1948-; interview by Allen E. Ivey, fl. 1980; in Neuroscience and the Brain: Implications for Counseling and Therapy (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2008), 8 mins
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Inside Out, 2, Stressed to the Limit
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written by Cody Farley; presented by Cody Farley; produced by Sally V. Beaty, fl. 1985-2007, in Inside Out, 2 (Sherborn, MA: Intelecom, 2006, originally published 2006), 29 mins
If a stressful day can make us sick, how does stress get under the skin? This program seeks answers, exploring various topics of health psychology, including the fight-or-flight response, lymphocytes, cytokines, heart disease, and the psychosocial lure of cigarette smoking.
written by Cody Farley; presented by Cody Farley; produced by Sally V. Beaty, fl. 1985-2007, in Inside Out, 2 (Sherborn, MA: Intelecom, 2006, originally published 2006), 29 mins
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