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Anger can be good for you
作者:21ST    来源:高中版第203期    日期: 2010-03-31

人教版高三年级:Finding the correct perspective

关键词:students’ psychological problems; stress and pressure; a balance between work and rest

话题归类:个人情感Emotions




下次再遇到让你抓狂的情况,生气吧!不过要适度哟!


ANGER is good for you, as long as you control it properly, according to new psychology research.

A new study from Carnegie Mellon University shows anger may help people reduce the negative effects of stress and help you become healthier.

"Here getting emotional is not bad for you if you look at the case of anger," said Jennifer Lerner of Carnegie Mellon. "The more people display anger, the lower their stress responses."

Lerner studied 92 UCLA (加利福尼亚大学洛杉矶分校) students by asking them to count back (倒数) from 6,200.

They must say out loud every 13th number. Researchers interfered (干扰) with them by asking them to count faster or ask them other questions. If they made any mistakes, they had to restart from the very beginning.

Many students felt depressed about making so many mistakes or got angry because the researchers were interrupting them.

Lerner used a hidden video camera and recorded all their facial expressions (面部表情) during the test. The researchers described their reactions as fear, anger and disgust (厌恶).

Other researchers recorded the students' blood pressure, pulse (脉搏) and production of a high-stress hormone (荷尔蒙) called cortisol.

People whose faces showed more fear during the experiment had higher blood pressure and higher levels of the hormone. Both can have lasting effects such as diabetes (糖尿病), heart disease, depression and weight gain.

When people feel fear, negative impacts increase, but when they get angry, those negatives go down, according to the study.

"Having that sense of anger leads people to actually feel some power in what otherwise is a maddening (令人发狂的) situation," Lerner said.

Lerner previously studied Americans' emotional response to the 9/ 11 terrorist attacks (恐怖袭击) two months after the incident. He found people who reacted with anger were more optimistic. These people are healthier compared with those who were frightened during the event.

So in maddening situations, anger is not a bad thing to have. It's a healthier response than fear.

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关键词:人教版 高三 Finding the correct perspective 个人情感Emotions



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