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A great book to support advanced teaching in clinical and health psychology, including behavioral medicine. Enjoy!
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on November 20, 2015
Excellent book! Will use it in my graduate courses!!!!
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on October 30, 2012
When you read this book you will be able to
1. Demonstrate knowledge of 3 health psychology interventions for smoking cessation
2. Described the main components of the biopsychosocial model
3. Identify 3 behavioral medicine factors in chronic disease
4. Identify 2 behavioral medicine factors in disease prevention
5. Define the goal of health psychology as a discipline
6. Define the relationship between psychoneuroimmunology and health psychology
7. Identify the prevalence rate of major depressive disorder in 3 medical illnesses
8. Identify 3 psychosocial risk factors in the development of coronary heart disease
9. Identify 3 behavioral interventions in the management of diabetes
10. Identify 3 evidenced based treatments for insomnia
...and now you can even get continuing education credits for reading it by going to PsychContinuingEd . com!
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on November 6, 2014
This has to be the worst health psychology book i have ever been forced to read. Boring, overuse of technical jargon, etc.
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