In twenty-four lectures explains how stress causes or intensifies physical and mental problems.
Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., c2010.
4 videodiscs (720 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (19 cm.)
"Course no. 1585."
"Better living : health & wellness"--Container.
Lecturer: Professor Robert Sapolsky, Stanford University.
Course guidebook includes lecture notes, glossary, biographical notes, and bibliographical references.
Disc 1. Why don't zebras get ulcers?
The nuts and bolts of the stress-response
Stress and your heart
Stress, metabolism, and liquidating your assets
Stress, overeating, and your digestive tract
Stress and growth - echoes from the womb.
Disc 2. Stress, growth, and child development
Stress and female reproduction
Stress and male reproduction
Stress and your immune system
Stress and cancer
Stress and pain .
Disc 3. Stress, learning and memory
Stress, judgment, and impulse control
Stress, sleep, and lack of sleep
Stress and aging
Understanding psychological stress
Psychological modulators of stress.
Disc 4. Stress and the biology of depression
Stress and the psychology of depression
Anxiety, hostility, repression, and reward
Stress, health, and low social status
Stress management - clues to success?
Stress management - approaches and cautions.