Discuss the key psychological and neural differences between explicit (declarative) memories and implicit (nondeclarative) memories. Provide examples applying these different types of memories and their neural bases to everyday life and to disease states. Stress is an important physiological process that enables our bodies to mobilize resources to promote survival. Chronic stress, however, can be very harmful to health and leads to long-‐term, pathological changes. Describe the physiology of the stress response: include the various stages and what physiological processes occur during each stage and how these changes are beneficial for dealing with a stressor. Include how chronic stress impacts overall health and how this is an extension of the beneficial things that the acute stress response does.
Examine and research 1 chronic disease (e.g., heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, obesity) and write a paper that discusses the following: A comparison of 2 health care policies that are in place (either at the state or federal level) that address the disease The impact the disease has had on the U.S. population and health care system as a whole Strategies that are in place to educate and promote prevention of the disease through public health at the federal and state levels Any challenges and progress to date that has been made in preventing and reducing health risks associated with the disease 2–3 strategies that may increase awareness, education, and prevention of that disease Note: Use APA style and at least 4 scholarly references Looking for a Similar Assignment?