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Seite: 30, Zeilen: 5-6, 13-22
Quelle: Beckner 2004
Seite(n): 9, Zeilen: 1-3, 5-14
1.3.2 The Physiology of the Stress Response

Although stressors vary widely, the physiological response is relatively nonspecific. [...] Initiated by the brain and largely mediated by stress hormones, stress-induced changes include an increase in oxygen intake, redirection of blood flow to the muscles, an increase in blood sugar levels to provide the organism with energy, and a behavioral urgency to act in response to a perceived threat (i.e., ‘fight or flight’). Given that all of these activities involve expending energy, there must be conservation elsewhere in the body. Thus digestion, tissue repair and growth, reproductive activities, and immune function are all inhibited by the stress response (Sapolsky, 1998). The stress response also acts on the brain to presumably affect certain cognitive operations and predispose certain types of behavior. Thus in order to understand the effects of stress upon cognition, it is pertinent to understand the physiological stress response.


Sapolsky (1998). Why zebras don’t get ulcers. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company.

2. The Physiology of Stress

Although stressors vary widely, the physiological response is relatively nonspecific. [...] Initiated by the brain and largely mediated by stress hormones, these changes include an increase in oxygen intake, redirecting blood flow to favor the muscles, an increase in blood sugar levels to provide the organism energy, and a behavioral urgency to act (flee, practice, argue, fight). Because all of these activities involve expending energy, there must be conservation elsewhere in the body. Thus digestion, tissue repair and growth, reproductive activities, and immune function are all inhibited by the stress response (Sapolsky, 1998). The stress response also acts on the brain to presumably affect certain cognitive operations and predispose certain types of behavior. Thus to understand the effects of stress on cognition, it is critical to understand the physiological stress response.


Sapolsky (1998). Why zebras don’t get ulcers. New York: W. H. Freeman and Company.

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