Special Issue "Psychophysiological Responses To Stress"
A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601). This special issue belongs to the section "Mental Health".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2020.
Stress is a complex multifactorial reaction that produces changes in the organic system of the human being. These changes range from physiological modifications to psychological ones. The acute stress response is an adaptive response that has been modulated during the development of the human species, making it very efficient when dealing with anecdotal events that endanger the physical integrity or life of the subject. When this stress response is maintained over time, which at the acute level is a highly adaptive response, it begins to become the basis of a multitude of pathologies at the physiological and psychological level.
The contextual interpretation that subjects can make will mark, in one way or another, their relationship with it and will be the basis that defines their perception of uncontrollability, threat, or uncertainty regarding the environment to which it relates. A contextual misunderstanding due to a specific psychological profile can cause a stress response, in the same way that exposure to contextual stressors, whether physical, mechanical, environmental, or even social, can trigger this acute response. A multitude of professions, from military, to police, firefighters, health personnel, drivers, miners, teachers, and elite athletes are exposed to highly eliciting environments, which produce in them different stress responses with different manifestations at the psychophysiological level. For a better understanding of all these complex processes, the present Special Issue is proposed, in which it is intended to analyze the psychophysiological responses to the state. This Special Issue intends to provide an overview of the most recent advances in multidisciplinary research connected to psychophysiology of stress. Research articles on topics associated with the modifications at the psychophysiological level due to stress are invited.
Prof. Vicente Javier Clemente Suárez
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The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.
Title: Heart and brain responses to real versus simulated chess games in trained chess players – a quantitative EEG and HRV study
Authors: Juan Pedro Fuentes-García
Affiliation: Faculty of Sport Science, University of Extremadura, Cáceres, Spain
Title: Children as a stress factor for female victims facing psychological abuse
Authors: professor Marina Martínez
Affiliation: Universidad de la Costa, Colombia
Title: Cultural effect on psychophysiological stress response and academic performance in the final physiotherapy degree dissertation
Authors: professor Ana Ramirez
Affiliation: Universidad Europea
Title: Psychophysiological stress response and academic performance in Psychology degree students
Authors: professors Alberto Bellido; Pablo Ruisoto
Affiliation: Department of Health Sciences, Universidad Pública de Navarra | UPNA ·