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Effects of academic stress on the immune system

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      • Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.Honours Essay (B.A.) -- Laurentian University, 2001.Bibliogr.1

        StatementLaurentian University, Department of Psychology
        PublishersLaurentian University, Department of Psychology
        LC Classifications2001
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        Paginationxvi, 121 p. :
        Number of Pages77
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Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. Some investigations have shown that either exposure to stress, or injection of glucocorticosteroids before a test to assess retention, decreases the power of memory in humans and rodents Schwabe and Wolf, 2009[].

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Long-term caregiving: What happens when it ends? Methods In the absence of high throughput data in the context of psychological stress and the afore-mentioned physiological processes, we decided to analyze existing data in the literature through data-mining and text mining to create gene-association networks for identifying the genes associated with innate immunity, metabolism and psychological stress.

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Keywords: stress protein, cell stress, psychological stress, heat shock stress proteins, unfolded protein response UPR Citation: Bae Y-S, Shin E-C, Bae Y-S and Van Eden W 2019 Editorial: Stress and Immunity. Specifically, if it leads to stimulation of the limbic system, it results in a decrease, or even a total stopping of the heart-beat, decreased contractility, reduction in the guidance of impulses by the heart stimulus-transmission network, peripheral vasodilatation, and a decline in blood pressure Cohen et al.

Systemic disease sequelae in chronic inflammatory diseases and chronic psychological stress: comparison and pathophysiological model.