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Seite: 33, Zeilen: 1-9
Quelle: Beckner 2004
Seite(n): 11, Zeilen: 11:24-28; 12:10-14
[While cortisol works to make energy available, it also contributes to the] shut-down of bodily activities that compete for resources—longer-term processes or maintenance activities that can be delayed until after the stressful situation subsides. These include immune function, tissue repair, digestion and energy storage, and certain reproductive activities (Sapolsky et al., 2000). Elevated levels of cortisol eventually trigger a negative feedback inhibition process to ensure hormone levels are prevented from rising out of control. High levels of cortisol thus signal the hypothalamus to stop releasing CRF, essentially down-shifting the HPA response. This maintains cortisol at the level necessary to cope with the stressor, or returns cortisol levels to their basal level once the stressor has passed (Bullock, 2001).

Sapolsky, R.L., Romero, M., & Munck, A.U. (2000). How Do Glucocorticoids Influence Stress Responses? Integrating Permissive, Suppressive, Stimulatory, and Preparative Actions. Endocrine Reviews, 21, 55–89.

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While cortisol works to make energy available, it also contributes to the shut-down of bodily activities that compete for resources—longer-term “building projects” or maintenance activities that can be delayed until after the emergency. These include immune function, tissue repair, digestion and energy storage, and certain reproductive activities (Bullock, 2001).

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Elevated levels of cortisol eventually trigger a negative feedback inhibition process to keep hormone levels from rising out of control. High levels of cortisol thus signal the hypothalamus to stop releasing CRF, essentially down-shifting the HPA response. This maintains cortisol at the level necessary to cope with the stressor, or returns cortisol levels to their basal level once the stressor has passed (Bullock, 2001).


Bullock, K. (2001) Regional neural regulation of immunity: Anatomy and function. In B. S. McEwen (Vol. Ed.) & H. M. Goodman (Section Ed.), Handbook of physiology, Section 7: The endocrine system, Vol IV. New York: Oxford University Press.

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