I’m working on a Psychology question and need guidance to help me study.
Imagine if a Phillips screwdriver was the only tool auto mechanics had available to fix all the automotive problems they might encounter. What if doctors only had one treatment to use in response to all the ailments their clients present to them? In short, some cars would be fixed and some patients would recover; however, many cars would become huge lawn ornaments and many patients would continue to suffer. The same is true for stress management. Without a variety of strategies to resolve all the different types of stressors individuals face, many would continue to suffer and possibly develop serious yet preventable illnesses. Since one stress management strategy does not fit all stressors or people experiencing stress, there are many approaches and strategies that can be incorporated into stress management training. It is wise to teach different methods, thus providing a sense of control and options for choice and type of situation.
For this assignment, review this week’s Learning Resources. Then search the Internet to educate yourself on the concepts behind developing a professional Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. Also, refer to the Walden Writing Center with regard to APA formatting for PowerPoint presentations (http://writingcenter.waldenu.edu/57.htm). Finally, review a variety of online stress management presentations to determine what types of activities you would like to include and the best way to present those activities to your chosen population.
The Assignment (16–25 slides)
Support your Final Project assignment with a specific list of references (and cover page) for all resources used in preparation of the PowerPoint presentation, including those in the Learning Resources for this course. This will be submitted in a separate document from the PowerPoint.
Almeida, D. M., Stawski, R. S., & Cichy, K. E. (2011). Combining checklist and interview approaches for assessing daily stressors: The daily inventory of stressful events. In R. J. Contrada & A. Baum (Eds.), The handbook of stress science: Biology, psychology, and health (pp. 583–595). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
Anderson, B., Wethington, E., & Kamark, T. W. (2011). Interview assessment of stressor exposure. In R. J. Contrada & A. Baum (Eds.), The handbook of stress science: Biology, psychology, and health (pp. 565–582). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
Edenfield, T. M., & Blumenthal, J. A. (2011). Exercise and stress reduction. In R. J. Contrada & A. Baum (Eds.), The handbook of stress science: Biology, psychology, and health (pp. 301–319). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
Kamarck, T. W., Shiffman, S., & Wethington, E. (2011). Measuring psychosocial stress using ecological momentary assessment methods. In R. J. Contrada & A. Baum (Eds.), The handbook of stress science: Biology, psychology, and health (pp. 597–617). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
American Heart Association. (2011). What is stress management? Retrieved from http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/GettingHealthy/Stres…
Edwards, D. & Burnard, P. (2003). A systematic review of stress and stress management interventions for mental health nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 42(2), 169–200.
Retrieved from the Walden Library using the CINAHL Plus with Full Text database.
Lehrer, P. (2007). Principles and practice of stress management: Advances in the field. Biofeedback, 35(3), 82–84.
Retrieved from the Walden Library using the Academic Search Complete database.
Varlow, M., Wuthrich, V., Murrihy, R., Rémond, L., Tuqiri, R., van Kessel, J.,…Kidman, A. (2009). Stress literacy in Australian adolescents. Youth Studies Australia, 28(4), 29–34. Retrieved from the Walden Library using the Academic Search Complete database.
Walden Writing Center. (2012). Paper templates. Retrieved from http://writingcenter.waldenu.edu/57.htm
- Review the links under the header titled “PowerPoint Presentation.”
Smith, M., & Segal, R. (2011, December). Stress management: How to reduce, prevent and cope with stress. Retrieved from http://helpguide.org/mental/stress_management_reli…