Health psychology : biopsychosocial interactions /

Health psychology : biopsychosocial interactions /
Sarafino, Edward P., 1940-
MCPHS Boston
pt. I. An introduction: basic issues and processes -- An overview of psychology and health -- The body's physical systems -- pt. II. Stress, illness, and coping -- Stress: its meaning, impact, and sources -- Stress, biopsychosocial factors, and illness -- Coping with and reducing stress -- pt. III. Lifestyles to enhance health and prevent illness -- Health-related behavior and health promotion -- Substance use and abuse -- Nutrition, weight control and diet, exercise, and safety -- pt. IV. Becoming ill and getting medical treatment -- Using health services -- In the hospital: the setting, procedures, and effects on patients -- pt. V. Physical symptoms: pain and discomfort -- The nature and symptoms of pain -- Managing and controlling clinical pain -- pt. VI. Chronic and life-threatening health problems -- Serious and disabling chronic illnesses: causes, management, and coping -- Heart disease, stroke, cancer, and AIDS: causes, management, and coping -- pt. VII. Looking to the future -- What's ahead for health psychology?

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MCPHS Circulation - Boston Campus
R726.7 .S27 2014Available