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Health Psychology 5th Canadian Shelley E Taylor Fuschia Sirois, Danielle Molnar solution manual


Health Psychology 5th Canadian Edition Shelley E Taylor Fuschia Sirois Danielle Molnar solution manual

Health Psychology

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Health Psychology 5th Canadian Edition Shelley E Taylor Fuschia Sirois Danielle Molnar solution manual

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Author Name:Shelley E Taylor Fuschia Sirois Danielle Molnar

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Health Psychology 5th Canadian Edition Shelley E Taylor Fuschia Sirois Danielle Molnar solution manual

Health Psychology

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Health Psychology 5th Canadian Edition Shelley E Taylor Fuschia Sirois Danielle Molnar solution manual

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Author Name:Shelley E Taylor Fuschia Sirois Danielle Molnar

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Chapter 1

What Is Health Psychology?

Learning Objectives

1          Describe and Define Health Psychology

2          Understand How Our View of the Mind-Body Relationship Changed Over Time

3          Explain the Biopsychosocial Model of Health

4          Identify Why the Field of Health Psychology is Needed

5          Relate the Purpose of Health Psychology Training

Lecture Suggestions

Socioeconomic Status and Health

This review assesses the links between socioeconomic status and health across the lifespan and makes recommendations for future research.

Matthews, K. A., & Gallo, L. C. (2011). Psychological Perspectives on Pathways Linking Socioeconomic Status and Physical Health. Annual Review of Psychology, 62(1), 501-530.

Exercises, Projects, and Activities

Health Psychology in the Popular Press

Have students bring articles from the news media, blogs, and the popular press about health issues to discuss in class. Many newspapers have a weekly health section, and magazines devoted to health, fitness, and wellness are readily available. These news items and articles may provide the basis for a discussion on the dissemination of research findings to the general population, the problems in interpreting research in health psychology, and the frustrations experienced by media consumers who may have to sift through a series of competing health-related claims.

Beliefs About Illness and Healing

 

To explore different perspectives on health and healing that incorporate the biopsychosocial approach, you can introduce the whole systems research model (Verhoef, Vanderheyden, Dryden, Mallory, & Ware, 2006) to students for discussion. Verhoef, who formerly held a Canada Research in Complementary Medicine at the University of Calgary, outlines a synergistic model of complementary medicine outcomes that highlights how psychological, social, physical, and spiritual factors may interplay with contextual factors to enhance clinical outcomes. Students can discuss their views on how the outcomes included may or may not be important for health and healing. Have students rate on a scale from not important to very important how meaningful each of the outcomes is for them in the short term, and then again in the long term, and then discuss why their ratings may have changed.

Verhoef, M. J., Vanderheyden, L. C., Dryden, T., Mallory, D., & Ware, M. A. (2006). Evaluating complementary and alternative medicine interventions: in search of appropriate patient-centered outcome measures. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 6(1), 38.

Social Determinants of Illness

To promote discussion of the role of social factors in health and illness have students read and discuss some of the facts from the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Fact sheet on the top ten causes of death worldwide. Ask students to review and discuss the reasons why the causes of death differ from high, middle, and low income countries in the world, and similarly why death trends differ by age among countries with different socioeconomic resources.

Students can view the online version of the WHO fact sheet at:

https://www.who.int/en/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/the-top-10-causes-of-death

 

 

Recommended Reading

Mikkonen, J., & Raphael, D. (2010). Social Determinants of Health: The Canadian Facts.

Toronto: York University School of Health Policy and Management.

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