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Health psychology : an interdisciplinary approach

By: Ragin, Deborah Fish.
Publisher: New York Routledge 2019Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xvii, 515p.ISBN: 9781138201309.Subject(s): Clinical health psychology | Behavioral medicineDDC classification: 616.001 | R126h3 Summary: This textbook takes a truly interdisciplinary approach to studying health psychology. It examines five systems that affect individual health outcomes: individual, family/community, social/physical environment, healthcare systems, and health policy. While grounded in psychology, it incorporates perspectives from anthropology, biology, economics, environmental studies, medicine, public health, and sociology. The social ecological perspective on health psychology creates a depth of understanding of the diverse facets of health. This text also examines health from a global perspective by exploring the impact of infectious and chronic illnesses locally, regionally and globally. This new edition includes updated statistics and references throughout, a new chapter on psychoneuroimmunology, and significant changes and updates to the chapters on health care systems and risky health behaviors. It will be of particular interest to undergraduate students.
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616 St41 Stem cells - from drug to drug discovery 616 T314 TEXTBOOK OF MEDICINE 616 T617m4 MEDICINE FOR NURSES 616.001 R126h3 Health psychology 616.0019 C181i Illness 616.0019 C869 CRITICAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY 616.0019 G969h Health psychology

This textbook takes a truly interdisciplinary approach to studying health psychology. It examines five systems that affect individual health outcomes: individual, family/community, social/physical environment, healthcare systems, and health policy. While grounded in psychology, it incorporates perspectives from anthropology, biology, economics, environmental studies, medicine, public health, and sociology. The social ecological perspective on health psychology creates a depth of understanding of the diverse facets of health. This text also examines health from a global perspective by exploring the impact of infectious and chronic illnesses locally, regionally and globally.

This new edition includes updated statistics and references throughout, a new chapter on psychoneuroimmunology, and significant changes and updates to the chapters on health care systems and risky health behaviors. It will be of particular interest to undergraduate students.

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