08 Study Guide

  1. IL-1







    H. produced by macrophages; stimulates release of CRF
  2. Oxytocin
    a. secreted by the anterior pituitary
    b. stimulated the perception of pain
    c. produced by macrophages; stimulates release of CRF
    d. causes immunosuppression
    e. suppressed by chronic stress
    f. antistress properties
    g. relieves pain
    h. released from mast cells, vasoactive
    f. antistress properties
  3. Somatotropin
    a. secreted by the anterior pituitary
    b. stimulated the perception of pain
    c. produced by macrophages; stimulates release of CRF
    d. causes immunosuppression
    e. suppressed by chronic stress
    f. antistress properties
    g. relieves pain
    h. released from mast cells, vasoactive
    d. causes immunosuppression
  4. Testosterone
    a. secreted by the anterior pituitary
    b. stimulated the perception of pain
    c. produced by macrophages; stimulates release of CRF
    d. causes immunosuppression
    e. suppressed by chronic stress
    f. antistress properties
    g. relieves pain
    h. released from mast cells, vasoactive
    e. suppressed by chronic stress
  5. Endorphin
    a. secreted by the anterior pituitary
    b. stimulated the perception of pain
    c. produced by macrophages; stimulates release of CRF
    d. causes immunosuppression
    e. suppressed by chronic stress
    f. antistress properties
    g. relieves pain
    h. released from mast cells, vasoactive
    g. relieves pain
  6. Which is not a characteristic of Selye's stress syndrome?



    A. adrenal atrophy
  7. Which characterizes the alarm stage?



    A. increased sympathetic activity
  8. Glucocorticoids would be highest during the stage of:


    A. resistance.
  9. Which is a correct sequence for Selye's hypothesis for stress?



    B. increased ACTH in the blood, hypertrophy of the adrenal cortex
  10. CRF is released by the:



    B. hypothalamus.
  11. Stress may be defined as any factor that stimulates the:



    B. hypothalamus to release CRF.
  12. Which statement is not true?



    D. Stressors are the same for all individuals.
  13. What determines which stimuli are stressors for an individual?



    D. All of the above are correct.
  14. Which statement is not true?



    A. Generally, psychologic stress is independent of physiologic stress.
  15. The production of cortisol in response to stress can be initiated by the:



    A. hypothalamus, anterior pituitary, and adrenal cortex.
  16. Cortisol:



    D. increases protein catabolism.
  17. Which would not occur in response to stress?



    C. constriction of the pupils
  18. Which would not be useful to assess stress?



    B. total blood cholesterol
  19. In response to stress, the adrenal cortex secretes:



    D. cortisol and aldosterone
  20. Severe stress results in all of the following except:



    C. an overactive immune system.
  21. Corticoids








    F. secreted by adrenal cortex
  22. Stressors
    a. sympathetic activity returns to normal
    b. glucocorticoids return to normal
    c. secreted by adrenal cortex
    d. Selye's changes seen in stress
    e. stimulates the release of CRF
    f. high resistance to stressor
    g. bodily changes initiated by stress
    h. impaired immune response
    i. triggers sympathetic nervous system
    e. stimulates the release of CRF
  23. Stress response
    a. sympathetic activity returns to normal
    b. glucocorticoids return to normal
    c. secreted by adrenal cortex
    d. Selye's changes seen in stress
    e. stimulates the release of CRF
    f. high resistance to stressor
    g. bodily changes initiated by stress
    h. impaired immune response
    i. triggers sympathetic nervous system
    g. bodily changes initiated by stress
  24. Exhaustion stage
    a. sympathetic activity returns to normal
    b. glucocorticoids return to normal
    c. secreted by adrenal cortex
    d. Selye's changes seen in stress
    e. stimulates the release of CRF
    f. high resistance to stressor
    g. bodily changes initiated by stress
    h. impaired immune response
    i. triggers sympathetic nervous system
    h. impaired immune response
  25. Alarm stage
    a. sympathetic activity returns to normal
    b. glucocorticoids return to normal
    c. secreted by adrenal cortex
    d. Selye's changes seen in stress
    e. stimulates the release of CRF
    f. high resistance to stressor
    g. bodily changes initiated by stress
    h. impaired immune response
    i. triggers sympathetic nervous system
    i. triggers sympathetic nervous system
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08 Study Guide
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Stress and Disease
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