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A Really Cool Title

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Maintaining
Positive Stress
Visit our Web site for more information on how to maintain good stress.
Positive Stress & Students
Definition of Stress
"[A]n individual's psychological response to a situation in which there is something at stake for the individual and where the situation taxes or exceeds the individual's capacity or resources" (883).
Types of Stress
Stress Improves Memory
"[W]ithin the context of a learning experience, stress focuses attention and improves memory and retrieval of relevant information, in addition, they asserted that the release of stress-related hormones normalizes the activity of circuits that are essential for adequate learning and memory” (313).
Moods & Stress
"A number of researchers have suggested that particular moods trigger unique styles of information processing" (F25).
Palmer, Laura K. "The Relationship between Stress, Fatigue, and Cognitive Functioning."

College Student Journal 47.2 (2013): 312-25. EBSCOhost. Web. 16 Oct. 2013.

Scoffham, Stephen, and Jonathan Barnes. "Happiness Matters: Towards A Pedagogy Of Happiness And Well-Being." Curriculum Journal 22.4 (2011): 535-548. Academic Search Premier. Web. 25 Feb. 2014.
Challenge Stress
Motivation to Learn
Increases Learning Performance
Hindrance Stress
Less Motivation to Learn
Reduces Learning Performance
Lepine, Jeffrey A., Marcie A. Lepine, & Christine L. Jackson. "Challenge & Hindrance Stress: Relationships with Exhaustion, Motivation to Learn, and Learning Performance."
Journal of Applied Psychology
89.5. American Psychological Association: 2004. 883-891. Print.
Schnall, Simone, Vikram K. Jaswal, and Christina Rowe. "A Hidden Cost Of Happiness In Children."Developmental Science 11.5 (2008): F25-F30. Academic Search Premier. Web. 17 Feb. 2014.
The Right Kind of Stress
"The challenge for today is to facilitate an education which is both secure and rigorous... in the context of positive social and environmental change" (547).
Eat nutritious foods
Get enough good sleep
Love what you do
Creating Positive Stress
"Happiness and optimism are teachable" (542).

"People can change their attitudes to the past by adopting a more forgiving and grateful stance" (542).
Scoffham, Stephen, and Jonathan Barnes. "Happiness Matters: Towards A Pedagogy Of Happiness And Well-Being." Curriculum Journal 22.4 (2011): 535-548. Academic Search Premier. Web. 25 Feb. 2014.
Positive Stress for
International Students
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for international students
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