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《国家地理 压力:杀手的肖像》(National Geographic Stress Portrait Of A Killer)[TVRip]

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    发行时间2008年
    地区美国
    语言英语
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中文名国家地理 压力:杀手的肖像
英文名National Geographic Stress Portrait Of A Killer
资源格式TVRip
发行时间2008年
制作发行National Geographic
地区美国
语言英语
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【频道】:BBC
【剧名】:国家地理 压力:杀手的肖像 - National Geographic Stress Portrait Of A Killer
【首播】:2008年
【类型】:记录
【片长】:每集约55分钟
【服务器】: 随机
【分享时间】: 全天

【简介】:(简介转自gzdmfc)

科学家认为,压力正在谋杀我们。国家地理频道特别节目《压力:杀手的肖像》报道了关于压力谋杀我们的原因和过程的最新研究成果。国家地理和斯坦福大学联合制作,采访了斯坦福大学的神经科学家Robert Sapolsky,他花了几十年的时间研究压力对人类和狒狒的影响。

30多年来,科学使我们对压力有了更多的认识:它是如何影响我们的身体的?我们的社会地位是否会增加或减少压力对我们的影响?从非洲平原的狒狒群落,到斯坦福大学的神经科学实验室,科学家都发现,压力是非常致命的。压力会深入我们的内心,缩小大脑体积,增加腹部脂肪,甚至拆开染色体。然而,对压力运作的认识可以帮助我们找出应对方法,摆脱这种现代疾病的困扰。在《压力:杀手的肖像》节目中,现场和实验室的科学发现证明,压力不是一种精神状态,而是非常危险的。

The stress response: in the beginning it saved our lives, making us run from predators and enabling us to take down prey. Today, human beings are turning on the same life-saving physical reaction to cope with 30-year mortgages, $4 a gallon gasoline, final exams, difficult bosses and even traffic jams — we can't seem to turn it off. So, we're constantly marinating in corrosive hormones triggered by the stress response.

Now, scientists are showing just how measurable — and dangerous — prolonged exposure to stress can be. Stanford University neurobiologist, MacArthur "genius" grant recipient, and renowned author Robert Sapolsky reveals new answers to why and how chronic stress is threatening our lives in Killer Stress, a National Geographic Special. The hour-long co-production of National Geographic Television and Stanford University was produced exclusively for public television.

In this revelatory film, discoveries occur in an extraordinary range of places, from baboon troops on the plains of East Africa to the office cubes of government bureaucrats in London to neuroscience labs at the nation's leading research universities. Groundbreaking research reveals surprising facts about the impact of stress on our bodies: how it can shrink our brains, add fat to our bellies and even unravel our chromosomes. Understanding how stress works can help us figure out ways to combat it and mitigate negative impacts on our health.

For over three decades, Robert Sapolsky has been working to advance our understanding of stress — in particular how our social standing (our place in various hierarchies) can make us more or less susceptible to the damaging effects of stress. Throughout the film, he weaves the grim realities of the impact of chronic stress with his wry observations about 21st century life.

"The reality is I am unbelievably stressed and Type A and poorly coping," says Sapolsky. "Why else would I study this stuff 80 hours a week? No doubt everything I advise is going to lose all its credibility if I keel over dead from a heart attack in my early 50s. I'm not good at dealing with stress. But one thing that works to my advantage is I love my work. I love every aspect of it."

The film is based partly on Sapolsky's best-selling book Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers: Stress, Disease and Coping. In addition to his professorship at Stanford, Sapolsky is a research associate with the Institute of Primate Research at the National Museum of Kenya. He is also the author of Monkeyluv, A Primate's Memoir and The Trouble with Testosterone, a Los Angeles Times Book Award finalist.

Scientists from the University of North Carolina, the University of London, Rockefeller University and the University of California, San Francisco share their compelling insights into how stress impacts the body, giving stress a new relevance and urgency to our increasingly complex lives.

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Video Resolution: 704x400
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.760:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Languages: ENGLISH
Run Time: 55:39
Size: 745 MB
Subtitles: NO
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