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Resiliency, stress appraisal, positive affect and cardiovascular activity

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In accordance with the undoing hypothesis (Fredrickson, Levenson, 1998), evoked positive affect speeds up the cardiovascular system recovery in a stressful situation. An attempt was made to replicate this finding in an experimental study. Individuals characterized by high resiliency levels are capable of more efficient utilization of positive emotions in a stressful situation. Since in earlier research no relationship had been found between resiliency and a tendency to appraise stress as a challenge, this study investigated a possible mediating function of a more specific dimension of cognitive appraisal, i.e. that in terms of activity-oriented challenge appraisal (Wlodarczyk, Wrzesniewski, 2005). The study shows that evoked positive affect does not lead to a faster recovery. However, highly resilient individuals turned out to achieve higher levels of positive affect in a stressful situation; this effect was mediated by challenge-activity appraisals.
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  • Lukasz Kaczmarek, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Instytut Psychologii, Zaklad Psychologii Zdrowia i Psychologii Klinicznej, ul. Szamarzewskiego 89a. 60-568 Poznan, Poland
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