Transactional model of stress refers a model that views Stress as a process that involves an environmental event, its Appraisal as threatening or benign by the individual, the indivi dual's physiological, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral responses to the event, and the reappraisal of the event that occurs secondary to the person's responses as well as to changes in the stressor.

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