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Place your order now for a similar assignment and have exceptional work written by our team of experts, At affordable ratesFor This or a Similar Paper Click To Order NowPlease answer to these questions; 1. Imagine you were just in a minor car accident that left you shaken but uninjured. Your car however does need some body work. Describe the physiological changes that your body would undergo as you react to this stressful situation. You should also comment on the role that psychological factors would play in this incident.2. Chapter 4 discusses several ways of measuring stress. Physiological measures have been shown to have better reliability and validity but are often difficult or expensive to utilize. Therefore psychologists tend to rely on self-report measures to measure people’s perceptions of stress. While self-report questionnaires have limitations, they do assess people’s perceptions of stressors and their ability to cope which have been shown to have an important influence on how people react to potentially stressful situations.You should complete the following 3 scales: the Life Events scale for Students (Clements and Turpin, 1996) which is under Content; the Perceived Stress Scale (Cohen, Kamarck, & Mermelstein, 1983 – see Content), and the Hassles and Uplifts scale (http://www.fortrefuge.com/quiz-hassles.php). You can score each of them according to the instructions. In your response, you should comment on the role that life events, hassles, uplifts and your perceptions of stressful experiences all contributed to your overall level of stress.You should also read West, Otte, Geher, Johnson and Mohr (2004) and comment on how the psychological and physiological markers were related. This study used both self-report and physiological indices to measure stress and affect after participating in a yoga or dance class.3. Imagine you have just taken your 1-year old child to the doctor to get her MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine. After the crying stops, describe the process that her body will undergo in order to develop immunity to those diseases. As medical knowledge increases, the number of immunizations suggested or required for children continues to increase; there are currently 12 different vaccines recommended for children (see http://www.immunize.org/catg.d/p4050.pdf for the typical schedule of shots). However, there has been considerable controversy in the field about the benefits and potential risks to children receiving so many immunizations at a very early age with more people opting out of shots to “protect” their children. You should locate one article or news story on this topic to provide some evidence to help convince a concerned young parent about the benefits of these shots. You could also talk about modified schedules for vaccines if you find a relevant article. You can certainly include personal opinion or first hand stories but you should provide at least one reputable source in your discussion of this sensitive issue.4. Sanderson (2019) also devotes a considerable amount of time to discussing various coping strategies that people can use to deal with stress in Chapter 5. Identify the types of methods you are most likely to use to manage your own stress. Then identify three specific things you can try in the future during stressful times (e.g., exams, new job). 5. Identify one positive and one negative personality trait that you believe you possess based on the material in Chapter 5. How are these particular traits related to psychological and physical well-being? How could you adapt your lifestyle to reduce the negative impact of the negative trait?6. Describe two different ways that social support can influence physiological processes; you should cite specific studies from the readings. What types of support are most useful to you? You should use the quiz in Table 5.2 to guide your answer.7. Based on Kelly McGonigal’s TED talk on stress (https://www.ted.com/talks/kelly_mcgonigal_how_to_make_stress_your_friend)how do “beliefs” about stress influence people’s ability to cope with it? What does the research say about the link between perceptions of stress and health outcomes? What suggestions does she make to help people change their perceptions about stress?For This or a Similar Paper Click To Order NowRelated