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    Why is stress considered both a physiological and a cognitive issue? Use covered theories and provide examples.

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    Welcome! Kindly rate 5/5 for my notes and references.

    Stress strongly and adversely impacts one's physiological and cognition equilibrium. Physiological changes can negatively impact one's processing, alertness, concentration and energy.

    When one of my former students was under extreme stress due to abuse and domestic violence in his home, he reported to me that he once used his dog's shampoo instead of his own shampoo ...

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    100 words of notes and one reference briefly explore why stress embodies both a physiological and a cognitive issue.

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