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How Do You Feel About Stress The Role of Positive Emotions in Stress the process by which weperceive and respond tocertain events called stressors .
that we appraise asthreatening or challenging Myers 2011 p 419 The Nature of Emotions and Stress Emotions co occur when stressed whether we.
recognize them or not How we perceive stress affects emotionsrecognized Harm or threat appraisal sadness anger anxiety and or fear.
Challenge appraisal excitement confidence and Folkman 2008 The Nature of Emotions and Stress Stress also changes the level of our negativeand positive emotions .
Increases negative emotions and decreasespositive emotions The changes appear to be more pronouncedthough on negative emotions than on positive Dowd Zautra Hogan 2010 .
The Nature of Emotions and Stress Level of Emotional Experience involves Heritability Estimates are at 40 to 50 Sprangers et al 2010 Environment.
5 Variables Emotional regulation Emotional disclosure Emotional Intelligence Alexithymia.
Intensity of Experience Pandey Choubey 2010 Instructions for the Positive Affectivity andNegative Affectivity Scale Momentary PANAS as cited by Seligman 2002 p 33 .
You will see a number of words that describe different feelings and Read each item and then mark the appropriate answer in the space nextto the word Answer based on how you feel right now in this present moment 1 slightly or not at all.
2 a little 3 moderately 4 quite a bit 5 extremely Add up your scores for positive affect PA and negative affect NA .
Positive Emotions The personal and individual experience of andengagement in happiness Pandey Choubey 2010 Feelings that reflect a level of pleasurableengagement with the environment such as.
happiness joy excitement enthusiasm andcontentment Cohen Pressman 2006 p 122 The Impact of Positive Emotion on Stress and Increased average life expectancy Cohen Pressman Lower susceptibility to illness throughout the lifespan.
Steptoe Dockray Wardle 2009 Improved immune response and pain tolerance Sprangers et al 2010 Better adjustment to traumatic events such as the deathof a loved one Pandey Choubey 2010 .
Better physical and emotional health Pandey Choubey 2010 The Impact of Positive Emotion on Stress and Heightened emotional intelligence Pandey Choubey 2010 .
Improved social relationships and social supportstructure Pandey Choubey 2010 Greater tendency to practice positive healthbehaviors Cohen Pressman 2006 Greater resilience or ability to bounce back from.
stress and illness Smith Tooley Christopher Kay The Impact of Positive Emotion on Stress and Optimism a positive emotion has been shown to promote Women who are more optimistic had a 16 less chance of a heart attack a 9 lesschance of developing heart disease a 30 less chance of dying from heart disease.
and a 14 less chance of dying from any disease than women who displayed littleoptimism Tindle et al 2009 better coping with a number of health problems such as osteoarthritis Ferreira Sherman 2007 breast cancer and human immunodeficiency virus HIV Aspinwall Tedeschi 2010 .
positive increases in an individual s immune functioning Aspinwall Tedeschi 2010 quicker and more complete recovery from a number of medical Aspinwall Tedeschi 2010 procedures longevity Aspinwall Tedeschi 2010 adherence to more positive health behaviors Aspinwall Tedeschi 2010 .
an individual s psychological well being with reductions in symptoms of anxiety anddepression Ferreira Sherman 2007 The Impact of Positive Emotion on Stress and Hope another positive emotion promotes Greater adherence to positive health behaviors.
and limiting unhealthy behaviors Berg Ritschel Swan An Ahluwalia 2011 Insulation from despair when facing chronic orpotential illnesses Wiles Cott Gibson 2008 How to Experience Positive Affect.
Recognize the external myths barriers tohappiness and that the pursuit of them do notlead to long term positive affect and well being These include Money means happiness.
Health means happiness Education means happiness Change your race or move to sunnier climate Seligman 2002 How to Experience Positive Affect.
Internal characteristics promoting positive Liking oneself good self esteem Have a balanced sense of internal and externallocus of control Optimism and hope.
Outgoing Myers 1992 How to Experience Positive Affect Humor and laughter Meditation.
Mindfulness How to Experience Positive Affect Spirituality Forgiveness Gratitude.
Compassion Other focused We Can Feel GoodAbout Stress Resources American Institute of Stress website Great informational site.
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573 doi 10 1111 j 1365 2648 2008 04815... Rarely a week goes by in which there is not a new study that shows the impact of stress on an individual’s life. We talk and read about the stressors which bring about stress and how to better deal with them through coping skills like exercise, proper diet, sleep, and healthy distractions. ... Estimates are at 40% to 50% (Sprangers et al ...

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