What happens when the sympathetic activation goes down?
What is a common misconception about parasympathetic activation’s effect on sympathetic activation?
True or False: The speaker divides stress into two components: Difficulty and Unease.
What are the requirements for any technique used for strain recovery? Select all that apply.
True or False: Difficulty and NOT unease causes physiological changes that makes it harder to use other people as a resource.
In the analogy of Alice and Bob, what stress response occurs when Alice is crossing between two skyscrapers? Select all that apply
True or False: Long Exhales tend to push the parasympathetic activation up and heartrate drops for a few seconds.
In the speaker’s example of hearing an emotionally charged rumor about a coworker it is true that:
True or False: In the speaker’s example of family tension, the solution caused an increase in the father’s sympathetic activation, and he tried to find out what is going on with his daughter as well as keeping calm.
What happens in the 3-step process mentioned in the lecture?
Select all that apply: In people with a trauma history, specifically with broken primary attachments, the baseline ….
True or False: When sue made John feel like she didn’t want him there his physiological reaction would make Sue’s unease, difficulty, and sympathetic activation increase.
What are the solutions mentioned in the case of the orphan siblings? Select all that apply
What does the speaker do when he feels he is getting frustrated with a patient?
True or False: According to the speaker physiological techniques help him be in a listening mode and become an empathic presence.