Health Psychology: Process and Applications
Annabel Broome, Susan P. Llewelyn
Chapman & Hall, 1995 - Psychology - 427 pages
This second edition has been updated to include new research material and areas of application in health psychology. New chapters address the context of health care provision, stress and cardiac disorders. The book presents theory first and application second, stressing the need to understand principles before putting psychology into practice. This text should appeal to health sciences practitioners.
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