Coping with Uncertainty: Behavioral and Developmental Perspectives

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Subject Index

A
Adjustment problems, 26-28, 160, 161
Adrenocortical system, see cortisol
Adrenocorticotropin hormone (ACTH), see also HPA, 18, 21, 26-28, 64, 111, 112, 119, 161, 167
physical stress and, 28-30
Adolescence, see also Puberty, 24, 153
developmental change in, 154-158
iron deficiency in, 165-167
school change during, 157, 158, 168
stressfulness of, 24, 25, 153-154, 162, 167, 168
hormonal reaction to, 25-28, 161
Aggression, 178
androgens and, 25, 160, 161
animal models of, 141, 142
fight-flight system of emotion and, 178
genetic contributions to, 77
Amygdala, see also Limbic system, 64-68, 135, 141, 142, 178, 187, 188
Androgen, adrenal, see androstenedione
Androstenedione (delta4-A), 23, 25, 26
acting out behavior and, 25, 160
adjustment problems and, 26-28, 160, 161
exercise stress and, 29
Anorexia nervosa, 29, 31-32
Anti-anxiety drugs, 180, 182, 188
Approach-avoidance conflict, 186
Approach system of emotion, 176-178, 183-186, 188-191
Arousal, emotional, 101, 102, 105, 108, 121, 124, 162-164

B
Blood volume depletion, 47-48
Brain development, 159
Brzelton Neonatal Behavior Assessment Scale, 107, 116, 163

C
Catecholamines, see also sympathoadrenal sys­ tem, 18, 19, 41, 164, 166
baselevel differences in rats, 90
direct and indirect effects of, 42-43
plasma and urinary measurements of, 44-46, 49
response to anticipation of stressor, 49-50
response to cold exposure, 47, 50
response to hypoglycernia, 48, 51
response to mental effort, 52
response to public speaking, 52
response to starvation, 48, 50
response to trauma, 49, 51
stress reactivity in rats, 92
Central nervous system (CNS),

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