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Valencia-Florez, K. B., Sanchez-Castillo, H., Vázquez, P., Zarate, P., & Berenice Paz, D. (2023). Stress, a brief update. International Journal of Psychological Research, 16(2), 105–121. https://doi.org/10.21500/20112084.5815
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Stress is fundamental for health and adaptation; it is an evolutionarily conserved response that involves several systems in the organism. The study of the stress response could be traced back to the end of the nineteenth century with George Beard’s or Claude Bernard’s work and,
from that moment on, several studies that have allowed the elucidation of its neurobiology and the consequences of suffering from it were consolidated. In this theoretical review, we discuss the most relevant researches to our knowledge on the study of stress response, from the
concept of stress, its neurobiology, the hormonal response during stress, as well as its regulation, the effects of acute and chronic stress, stress from cognition, the different stress responses during life, as well as its relationship with different psychiatric disorders. Taken together, the
reviewed research updates the classic perspective on stress, increasing the factors that should be considered in research to explore the effects of stress on health.



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