Health And Personality Psychology: Health

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  • Health
    • Lecture 1: What is Health?
      • Domains of Health
        • Bio-psycho-social Model
      • Definitions of Health
    • Lecture 2: Changing Views of Health
      • Illness through the ages
        • Prehistoric
        • Ancient Greek
        • Middle Ages
        • Renaissance
        • Post-renaissance
        • 19th Century
        • 20th Century
    • Lecture 3: Patient Practitioner Relationships
      • Who uses the Health Service?
      • Factors Affecting Recognition of Illness
      • Seeking Medical Advice
      • Types of Consultation
      • Success of the Consultation
      • Making a Diagnosis
    • Lecture 4:Medical Adherence
      • Compliance, adherence or concordance?
      • Measuring Non-adherence
      • Non-Adherence
        • Classification
        • Forms
      • Factors Affection Non-Adherence
    • Lecture 5: Pain
      • Defining Pain
      • Measuring Pain
      • Biological
        • Gate Control Theory
          • Psychological
      • Psychological
    • Lecture 6: Stress and Health
      • Defining Stress
      • Early theories of Stress
        • Fight or flight
        • GAS Model
      • Transactional Model
      • Psychoneuroimmunology and Stress mechanisms
    • Lecture 7: Measuring Stress
      • Measuring the Effects of Stress
        • Controlled Lab Stressors
        • Naturalistic Stressors
    • Lecture 8: Coping
      • Personality Factors
      • Coping Styles
      • Emotion Focussed Coping
      • Social Support
    • Lecture 9: Obesity
      • Measuring obesity
      • Biological Explanations
      • Psychosocial Explanations
      • Treatment and Prevention
    • Lecture 10: Substance Abuse
      • Common Substances
      • What is Substance Abuse
      • Models of Addiction
        • Biological
        • Social
        • Psychological
      • Mechanisms and Addiction
      • Treatment

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