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Posttraumatic Stress Reaction Index for Children and Adolescents (CPTS-RI): This semi-structured scale was developed by Pynoos et al.
Comparison of stress reaction indices: The two groups had similar plasma COR and ACTH levels one day before and after surgery.
Typical femoral periosteal stress reaction was described as cortical thickening in the lateral side of the subtrochanteric region.
The first stage of the intervention model aimed to help the social worker identity her stress reactions within her artwork.
Wives of men who were deployed showed rates of diagnosis that were 24% higher for depressive disorders, 21%-40% higher for sleep disorders, 25%-29% higher for anxiety disorders, and 23%-39% higher for acute stress reaction and adjustment disorders, compared with wives of nondeployed men.
Tyler Honeycutt has a stress reaction in his right tibia.
The HSE's definition also sees the workplace stress reaction as 'adverse', which is, again, not necessarily true.
In just four or five minutes deep muscle relaxation begins to counter the impact of tense muscles generated by the stress reaction.
When a neighborhood is destroyed, its inhabitants suffer "root shock": a traumatic stress reaction related to the destruction of one's emotional ecosystem, according to Fullilove, a professor of clinical psychiatry and public health at Columbia University.
At stress levels 7, 8 and 9 we are experiencing an acute stress reaction.
This model refines stress reaction and distress development at a basic level.