Health Psychology: A Textbook
This text has made a major contribution to the teaching and study of this still rapidly expanding discipline. This substantial revision continues to provide the most accessible and comprehensive guide to the field. Many new features have been incorporated into this edition to aid students and teachers even further, including: Additional chapters on stress Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) section expanded and improved Increased biological coverage New chapter on eating behavior New coverage of problems with social cognition models New section on consequences of CHD and rehabilitation of patients Completely new text design Online Learning Center for students and lecturers This is essential reading for all students and researchers of health psychology and for students of medicine, nursing, and allied health courses.
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An introduction to health psychology
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