Toxic Stress Response and State Dependent Functioning

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Reflection: Each assignment, pick two concepts or points of consideration from the assigned reading to reflect on.

Formatting Requirements: Single space, 12 pt. font, 1 in margins, Justified (or sometimes called block) formatting, 1 1/2 -2 pages, Word document. If you are uncertain as to what any of this means, I suggest you refer to the example posted in the Syllabus section and compare to your own.

Concept: Blah, blah, blah.

Personal Reaction: Blah, blah, blah.

Professional Use: Blah, blah, blah.

Briefly provided your understanding of the concept, comment on your personal reaction to the concept, and your professional opinion of how it would be useful with examples (or how you might struggle with it). You will receive full credit for all completed reflections that are turned in on time that meet the criteria above.

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Toxic Stress Response and State-Dependent Functioning - Outline
I. Introduction
II. Concepts
A. Toxic stress response
B. State-dependent functioning
III. Personal reflection
A. Toxic stress response
(i)

Activation of past traumatic experiences

(ii)

Different responses to stress

B. Self-dependent functioning
(i)

Times of heightened stress

(ii)

Brain development

(iii)

Social-emotional skills

IV. Professional use
A. Toxic stress response
(i)

Ability to foster the healthy development of the next generation

(ii)

Threatening of an individual

(iii)

Help traumatized individuals

(iv)

Example

B. State-dependent functioning
(i)

Comprehension of the functioning of the human brain

(ii)

Application of daily routines

(iii)

Example


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Toxic Stress Response and State-Dependent Functioning
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TOXIC STRESS RESPONSE AND STATE-DEPENDENT FUNCTIONING

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Toxic Stress Response and State-Dependent Functioning
Introduction: If an individual can look through the skull into the brain of a consciously
thinking person considering that the place of optimal excitability remains luminous, then one
should see playing over the cerebral service that fluctuates in size and form as well as
surrounded by darkness and covers the rest of the hemisphere. The technologies that came
during the 1990s that had brain-imaging techniques opened up a sophisticated comprehension
of how the brain processes infor...

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