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Map Houston for The sensory information and the appraisal of the event combine to initiate autonomic and endocrine responses, which feed back to the cortex and limbic system, which in turn links with the hypothalamus and brainstem. It has been found that, for example, appraising an event as unpredictable in nature affects various aspects of physiological activation Zakowski These processes are summarised below, although Chapter provides greater physiological definition and detail. Early work on the stress response An early researcher, Walter Cannon , outlined the role of catecholamines adrenaline and noradrenaline, which, when released from the adrenal glands of the sympathetic nervous system as hormones, heighten arousal in order to facilitate the fight or flight’ response. When faced with imminent danger or a high level of threat such as when being charged at by an angry dog, the typical response is one of physical arousal ? dry mouth, increased heart rate, rapid breathing. It is this arousal that signifies the release of adrenaline, a hormone that enlarges the autonomic responses and facilitates the release of stored fuels for energy, which enables the rapid response of either running away or fighting the threat. This fight or flight syndrome’, Cannon reasoned, was adaptive because it enabled quick responses to threat but also harmful because it disrupted emotional and physiological functioning and if prolonged could contribute to many medical problems early animal work confirmed this, with dogs and monkeys exposed to prolonged periods of stress producing excessive hydrochloric acid in the stomach, central nervous system that part of the nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord. sympathetic nervous system the part of the autonomic nervous system involved in mobilising energy to activate and maintain arousal e. Map Houston 2016.

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