cognitive-affective stress management

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A form of stress management that takes into consideration the aspects of the situation, and the stressed person's cognitive appraisal (feelings and thoughts) of the situation, physiological responses, and overt behaviour. Cognitive-affective stress management can reduce or eliminate negative thoughts or worry.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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