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Peter gets up early each day to exercise and begin his regimented diet full of protein, good carbohydrates, and essential fats. Even though Peter works 15-hour days, he tries to make time for friends on the weekend. What are some of Peter's behaviors that support a healthy psychological state? flexibility and resiliency resiliency and proper diet physical activity and balance proper diet and physical activity

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D. Proper Diet and Physical Activity
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Actually it says PSYCHOLOGICAL state.
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The answer is B
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Resilience in psychology refers to the idea of an individual's tendency to cope with stress and adversity
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^ but dosent it mean an occurrence of rebounding or springing back? :P
Thats exactly what i'm trying to say
^ so cody is it still d? :P
No... that has nothing to do with psychology! Wrong one. There are more than one definition! Donèt just go for google definitions x_x
I say it's D but @jiji501 says otherwise.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_resilience http://www.psychologytoday.com/topics/resilience http://wilderdom.com/psychology/resilience/PsychologicalResilience.html
All sources for definition and many more.
Well adding the Psychological part to resilience could totally change the definition. But in the answer choices it doesnt say "Psychological resilience" it just says "Resilience"
Well they obviously donèt mean the one for objects to bounce back, do they...
Look. There isn't any point arguing over this. So i'm just going to leave this question.

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