Week 2 Unit 3
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Week 2 Unit 3
Anxiety and stress
An emotional reaction to the perception of danger, real or imagined, that is experienced physiologically, psychologically, and behaviorally.
An universal emotion
Fight or flight syndrom
Physiological response to stress
Loss of hearing
Relaxation of bladder
Acceleration of heart and lung action
Paling or flush
Acting out, fighting
Constructive Aspects of anxiety
Ataraxy: Limited movement
Well Being: Calm, feeling comfortable
Mild: Senses alert, increased attention span, learning promoted, slightly increased vital signs.
Deconstructed Aspects of Anxiety
Moderate: decreased attention span, learning inhibited
Severe: Connections not made
Panic: Details distorted, inability to communicate or function
Manifestations of anger
Interventions of ANGER
A= Act don't react
N= Non verbal
G= Go to a private place
E= Erase the tone
R= Repeat the words back
Lack of feeling for or against anything; apathy
A refusal to acknowledge, accept, or believe in ideas, persons or objects.
Three or more individuals who have a common purpose
Group dymanic or group process
the way in which groups function
group members seek to be accepted. They are view as a series of individuals.
Members feel more comfortable. Goals are established. Problem solving are occuring.
Evaluating and summerizing the groups experience.
Effective groups vs ineffective groups
Atmosphere - comfortable
Goals- Clarified and understood
Communicaton - open
Decision making - the group make the decision
Cohension- Trust and support each other
Conflict tolerence- accepted as normal
Problem solving- constructive criticism is accepted