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Seyle’s general adaptation syndrome describes

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Seyle’s general adaptation syndrome describes

(A) how the central nervous system processes emotions.
(B) the effect of low levels of arousal on emotion.
(C) our reactions to stress.
(D) our reactions to the different levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
(E) the sexual response cycle in humans.

(C) our reactions to stress.

The GAS describes different stages in reactions to stress. The other choices do not relate to Seyle’s general adaptation syndrome.

Posted : 25/02/2024 1:43 pm