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Transcript of Hans Selye
He was one of the first to demonstrate the existence of biological stress. His studies focused on the reaction of stress on an organism.
He attended John Hopkins University in 1931, then attended McGill University in Montreal. He began his research on stress at McGill university.
His Life and Research
Hans lived from 1907-1982. He officially began his research in 1936 in Montreal. He was a nominee of the nobel prize in 1949.
significance and completion of research
He coined the word stress, and named negative stress, distress and eustress.
He published 1,700 research papers, 15 monographs, and 7 books.