Second EditionLeslie D. Frazier©2020
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Health Psychology shows you how psychology and health are interconnected. The text encourages you to make meaningful connections between the science of health psychology and your own everyday experience. Comprehensive in its approach, it includes engaging real world examples, and thoroughly examines the intersection of diversity and health with regard to gender, ethnicity, age, and orientation.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 An introduction to Health psychology
Chapter 2 Gathering information on health and illness
Chapter 3 Health beliefs and behaviors
Chapter 4 Health-enhancing behaviors
Chapter 5 Health-compromising behaviors
Chapter 6 Understanding stress
Chapter 7 Coping with Stress
Chapter 8 Symptoms and Pain
Chapter 9 Cardiovascular Disorders and Diabetes
Chapter 10 Psychoneuroimmunology and related disorders
Chapter 11 Chronic and terminal illness
Chapter 12 Health services and providers
Chapter 13 Emotional health and well-being
Chapter 14 The future of health psychology