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Anxiety, Hostility, Repression, and Reward

Lecture no. 21 from the course: Stress and Your Body

Anxiety, Hostility, Repression, and Reward

Taught by Professor Robert Sapolsky | 31 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Health,Fitness & Nutrition Courses

Anxiety disorders, feelings of intense hostility, a decreased capacity for pleasure, and a repressed or addictive persona are just a few of the many distinct effects that chronic stress can have on an individual's personality and behavior. The ways these psychological disorders emerge are the subject of this fascinating lecture.


September 25, 2015