...book is valuable in identifying central issues that need to be addressed in understanding the relationships between biological, behavioral, and cultural processes...
...this book provides a good summary of some of the problems that exist in the use of cognitive models to explain social behaviour.
—Applied Cognitive Psychology
About the Author
Glynn Owens is Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. His published research encompasses a wide range of health-related areas including sports psychology, cancer, terminal care, radiology, dermatology and eating disorders, as well as work on research methodology and ethics.
Darrien Lee, a graduate of Tennessee State University, is a two-time "Essence" bestselling author with four published works with Strebor Books. She has been featured in several periodicals, including "Romantic Times" magazine and the N"ashville Tennessean." She lives in LaVergne, Tennessee, with her husband and two daughters. Visit www.darrienlee.com