Inflammation of a joint which usually occurs with pain and swelling.
The preferred way to manage stress whenever this is a reasonable possibility of success.
Expressive and instrumental responses that communicate our feelings to others or that may enhance our chance of survival.
Inflammation of the bursa between bondy prominences and muscles or tendons.
An adaptive response to stress which allows us to remain in the stressful situation but in a less active way than with an assertive approach.
A response to a stressful situation that involves a change in our behavior due to another direct influence.
The urge to succeed.
Desire for success
How stress is labeled when events have a harmful effect.
A complex pattern or changes that includes physiological arousal, subjective feelings, cognitive processes and behavior reactions- all in response to a situation we perceive to be personally significant.
Redness of skin.
May serve as a valuable "window" that influences not only how individuals appraise stress but also how they cope with stress.
A preponderance of postive thoughts and feelings about one's life.
Paralysis on one side of the body.
A complex emotion that occurs when we fear losing a close relationship with another person or have lost it already.
Energizing and directing our efforts toward a meaningful goal.
Goal-directed activities that energize and direct behavior.
Making mutual concessions with another person.
Mild emotional distrubances that impair judgement.
Reduction of bone mass.
Paralysis of the lower half.
Severe mental disorder that interfere with a perception of reality.
Method for treating mental disorders by mental rather than physical therapy.
Paralysis of all four extremities.
Form of arthritis with inflammation of the joints, swelling, stiffness, and pain.
Psychosocial motives that are largely inborn.
Pattern of responses an individual makes to stimulus events that disturb his or her equilibrium or exceed coping abilities.
Elements of pleasure and displeasure, likeing or disliking that are a component of emotions.
People who tend to be competitive, arguementative, and impatient, as well as hostile.