Can use resources on stressors and that “route of stress” or connection to stress.

This is a conseptual framework for a doctoral dissertation. The theories are Response Based Theory of Stress, Stimulus Model of Stress, and General Adaptation Syndrome.
For this assignment you will dive into a conceptual framework of all three theories.
PLAGERISM IS EXPLORED IN DEPTH and cannot be accepted.
Discuss lituratrue, research, results, and findings from several articles.
Use correct APA in text citations.
Bulk of writing should be using references and accounts from references. Furthermore references should reflect difficulty or hardship of stress and performance******
Connect accounts of each therories research within that therory. Furthermore, when reviewing all the literature for 1 of 3 theories tie all literature together in a conclusion of the theory that supports hardships of stress and performance.
This dissertation is focused on STRESS in acedemics.
Response based therory revolves around stressors and requires more PEER REVIEWED resources than provided. Can use resources on stressors and that “route of stress” or connection to stress. BUT DIFFERENT FROM STIMULUS BASED MODEL!
Introduction and Liturature Review Conceptual Framework are supplied. REVISIONS ON LITURATURE REVIEW CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK ONLY!!! You can use the info from Liturature Review Conceptual Framework and incorperate it but do not touch Intro Conceptual Framework it is only for reference. Can use same reference. Ask if they need to beproivded. I will provide them
Evans, G. S. W. (1950). Stress and the General Adaptation Syndrome. British Medical Journal, 2(4670), 105.
Selye, H. (1950). Stress and the general adaptation syndrome. British medical journal, 1(4667), 1383.
Roberts, F. F. (1950). Stress and the general adaptation syndrome. British Medical Journal, 2(4670), 104.
Rice, V. H. (2012). Theories of stress and its relationship to health.
Harrigan, T. P., & Hamilton, J. J. (1992). An analytical and numerical study of the stability of bone remodelling theories: dependence on microstructural stimulus. Journal of biomechanics, 25(5), 477-488.
Cohen, R. T., & Kahana, M. J. (2022). A memory-based theory of emotional disorders. Psychological Review, 129(4), 742-776. doi:
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