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Psychobiology of Stress: A Study of Coping Men aims to present the results of an extensive study of the dynamics of the stress response in a population of healthy adult males. The book also discusses the relationship between physiological and psychological stress responses. The book is divided into four parts. Part I defines the problem statement, the methods used, and the data analyzed. This part also includes a discussion on the development of performance and fear experience. Part II details the different physiological and hormonal responses of the body in relation to stress. Part III covers the psychological tests conducted on the subjects, and Part IV explores the different psychobiological implications of the study. The text is recommended to clinicians and psychologists, especially those interested in the effects of stress on the human body and psyche.
Contents of Recent Volumes
Satiety, Specifications, and Stop Rules: Feeding as Voluntary Action
II. Postingestive Satiety
III. Oral Satiety
IV. Control of Voluntary Movements
V. Applications, Implications, and Speculations: Some Feeding Phenomena
VI. The Search for Substrates
Drinking Elicited by Eating
II. Abdominal Vagus as a Strategic Point of Entry
III. Pharmacological Probe for Drinking Elicited by Histamine
IV. Histaminergic Control of Drinking Elicited by Eating
V. Working Hypothesis for Histaminergic Control of Food-Related Drinking
VI. Interrelation of Histaminergic and Other Controls of Food-Related Drinking
Neural Substrates of Aggression and Rage in the Cat
II. The Anatomy of Aggressive Behavior
III. Modulation of Aggressive Behavior by the Limbic-Midbrain Axis
IV. Neuropharmacological Studies of Aggressive Behavior
V. Summary and Conclusions
Investigating the Neural Circuitry of Brain Stimulation Reward
II. Constraints from Psychophysical Studies
III. Constraints from Studies of Regional Brain Metabolism
IV. Constraints from Lesion Studies
V. Pharmacological Constraints on Medial Forebrain Bundle Reward
VI. Looking to the Future
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- © Academic Press 1978
- 1st January 1978
- Academic Press
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