Study guide for Health psychology, an introduction to behavior and health
Offers a balanced view of health psychology, one that includes both behavioral medicine and and behavioral health. Organized into chapters that correspond to the main text, the guide includes innovative fill-in-the-blank exercises as well as multiple-choice, matching, and essay questions that prompt active learning. In addition, it contains "Let's Get Personal" exercises to help students integrate the health information in each chapter into their own lives.
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Introducing Health Psychology
Conducting Health Research
Defining and Measuring Stress
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