CBSE Class 12 Psychology Meeting Life Challenges Assignment

CHAPTER – 3

LESSON – MEETING LIFE CHALLENGES


Q1- What is stress?

Q2- What are stressors?

Q3- What is strain?

Q4- Explain and elaborate the Cognitive Theory of Stress.

Q5- What are the signs and symptoms of stress?

Q6- What are the types of stress?

Q7- What are the sources of stress?

Q8 - What are the effects of stress on psychological functioning and health?

Q9- What is GAS model?

Q10 - How does stress affect the immune system?

Q11 - Explain the effect of stress on psychological functioning.

 

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