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Health Psychology, 9th edition, 2017, Sarafino, Smith.
PART I - An Introduction: Basic Issues and Processes
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Chapter 1 - An Overview of Psychology and Health
    1
Prologue Chapter 1
    1
What is Health?

4 begrippen in deze sectie:

health
illness/wellness continuum
infectious diseases
chronic diseases


    2
An Illness/Wellness Continuum
    2
Illness Today and in the Past
    2
Viewpoints from History: Physiology, Disease Processes, and the Mind

2 begrippen in deze sectie:

mind/body problem
biomedical model


    5
Early Cultures
    5
Ancient Greece and Rome
    5
The Middle Ages
    6
The Renaissance and After
    6
Seeing a Need: Psychology's Role in Health

7 begrippen in deze sectie:

risk factors
personality
psychosomatic medicine
behavorial medicine
health psychology
behavorial methods
cognitive methods


    7
Problems in the Health Care System
    7
"The Person" in Health and Illness
    8
Assess Yourself: What's Your Lifestyle Like?
    8
How the Role of Psychology Emerged
   10
Health Psychology: The Profession
   12
Clinical Methods and Issues: Behaviorism's Legacy: Progress in Health Psychology's Goals
   12
Current Perspectives on Health and Illness

2 begrippen in deze sectie:

biopsychosocial model
system


   13
The Biopsychosocial Perspective
   13
Life-Span and Gender Perspectives
   16
Related Scientific Fields: Foundations and Connections for Health Psychology

6 begrippen in deze sectie:

epidemic
incidence
morbidity
mortality
prevalence
sociocultural


   17
Related Fields
   17
Highlight: Related Nonpsychology Careers
   18
Health and Psychology across Cultures
   20
Research Methods

15 begrippen in deze sectie:

experiment
theory
variable
double-blind
placebo
correlation coefficient
correlational studies
prospective approach
quasi-experimental studies
retrospective approach
cross-sectional approach
longitudinal approach
twin studies
adoption studies
epigenetics


   21
Experiments
   21
Correlational Studies
   23
Quasi-Experimental Studies
   24
Genetics Research
   26
Which Research Method is Best?
   28
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 1
   29
Chapter 2 - The Body's Physical Systems
   30
Prologue Chapter 2
   30
Module 1: The Nervous System

14 begrippen in deze sectie:

neurotransmitter
central nervous system
cerebrum
cerebellum
hypothalamus
limbic system
thalamus
brain-stem
spinal cord
automatic nervous system
peripheral nervous system
somatic nervous system
parasympathetic nervous system
sympathetic nervous system


   31
How the Nervous System Works
   31
The Central Nervous System
   33
Clinical Methods and Issues: Biofeedback Treatment for Paralysis
   36
The Peripheral Nervous System
   36
Module 2: The Endocrine System

4 begrippen in deze sectie:

endocrine system
hormones
pituitary gland
adrenal glands


   38
The Endocrine and Nervous Systems Working Together
   38
Adrenal Glands
   39
Other Glands
   39
Highlight: Our Physiological Individuality
   40
Module 3: The Digestive System

3 begrippen in deze sectie:

digestive system
enzymes
metabolism


   41
Food's Journey through Digestive Organs
   41
Using Nutrients in Metabolism
   43
Assess Yourself: How many Calories Do You Burn While Resting?
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Module 4: The Respiratory System

1 begrippen in deze sectie:

respiratory system


   44
Module 5: The Cardiovascular System

3 begrippen in deze sectie:

cardiovascular system
blood pressure
lipids


   46
Module 6: The Immune System

10 begrippen in deze sectie:

atherosclerosis
immune system
antigen
lymphocytes
T cells
antibodymediated immunity
cellmediated immunity
phagocytes
Bcells
antibodies


   50
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 2
   56
PART II - Stress, Ilness and Coping
   57
Chapter 3 - Stress--Its Meaning, Impact, and Sources
   57
Prologue Chapter 3
   57
Experiencing Stress In Our Lives

6 begrippen in deze sectie:

strain
stressors
transactions
cognitive appraisal
primary appraisal
stress


   58
Biopsychosocial Aspects of Stress
   62
Sources of Stress throughout Life
   67
Measuring Stress
   74
Can Stress Be Good for You?
   78
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 3
   81
Chapter 4 - Stress, Biopsychosocial Factors, and Illness
   82
Prologue Chapter 4
   82
Psychosocial Modifiers of Stress
   83
How Stress Affects Health
   98
Psychofysiological Disorders
  104
Stress and Cardiovascular Disorders
  106
Stress and Cancer
  109
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 4
  111
Chapter 5 - Coping With and Reducing Stress
  112
Prologue Chapter 5
  112
Coping with Stress
  113
Reducing the Potential for Stress
  118
Reducing Stress Reactions: Stress Management
  123
Using Stress Management to Reduce Coronary Risk
  131
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 5
  134
PART III - Lifestyles to Enhance Health and Prevent Illness
  135
Chapter 6 - Health-Related Behavior and Health Promotion
  135
Prologue Chapter 6
  135
Health and Behavior
  136
What Determines People's Health-Related Behavior
  142
Developmental, Gender, and Sociocultural Factors in Health
  150
Programs for Health Promotion
  155
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 6
  166
Chapter 7 - Substance Use and Abuse
  167
Prologue Chapter 7
  167
Substance Abuse
  168
Smoking Tobacco
  170
Alcohol Use and Abuse
  178
Drug Use and Abuse
  184
Reducing Substance Use and Abuse
  187
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 7
  199
Chapter 8 - Nutrition, Weight Control and Diet, Exercise, and Safety
  200
Prologue Chapter 8
  200
Nutrition
  201
Weight Control and Diet
  207
Exercise
  222
Safety
  228
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 8
  231
PART IV - Becoming Ill and Getting Medical Treatment
  232
Chapter 9 - Using Health Services
  232
Prologue Chapter 9
  232
Types of Health Services
  233
Perceiving and Interpreting Symptoms
  236
Using and Misusing Health Services
  240
The Patient-Practitioner Relationship
  246
Compliance: Adhering to Medical Advice
  250
Focussing on Prevention
  258
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 9
  259
Chapter 10 - In the Hospital: The Setting, Procedures, and Effects on Patients
  260
Prologue Chapter 10
  260
The Hospital--Its History, Setting, and Procedures
  261
Being Hospitalized
  265
Emotional Adjustment in the Hospital
  268
How Health Psychologists Assist Hospitalized Patients
  277
When the Illness is Terminal
  280
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 10
  287
PART V - Physical Symptoms: Pain and Discomfort
  288
Chapter 11 - The Nature and Symptoms of Pain
  288
Prologue Chapter 11
  288
What Is Pain?
  289
Theories of Pain
  295
Biopsychosocial Aspects of Pain
  298
Assessing People's Pain
  305
Pain in Children
  310
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 11
  313
Chapter 12 - Managing and Controlling Clinical Pain
  314
Prologue Chapter 12
  314
Clinical Pain
  315
Medical Treatments for Pain
  316
Behavorial and Cognitive Methods for Treating Pain
  320
Hypnosis and Interpersonal Therapy
  327
Stimulation and Physical Therapies for Pain
  330
Pain Clinics
  332
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 12
  335
PART VI - Chronic and Life-Threathening Health Problems
  336
Chapter 13 - Serious and Disabling Chronic Ilnesses: Causes, Management, and Coping
  336
Prologue Chapter 13
  336
Adjusting to a Chronic Illness
  337
Impacts of Different Chronic Conditions
  341
Psychosocial Interventions for People with Chronic Conditions
  358
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 13
  364
Chapter 14 - Heart Disease, Stroke, Cancer, and AIDS: Causes, Management, and Coping
  365
Prologue Chapter 14
  365
Coping with and Adapting to High-Mortality Illness
  366
Heart Disease
  368
Stroke
  375
Cancer
  378
AIDS
  387
The Survivors: And Life Goes On
  391
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 14
  393
PART VII - Looking to the Future
  394
Chapter 15 - What's Ahead for Health Psychology?
  394
Prologue Chapter 15
  394
Goals for Health Psychology
  395
Careers and Training in Health Psychology
  398
Issues and Controversies for the Future
  400
Future Focuses in Health Psychology
  402
Factors Affecting Health Psychology's Future
  405
Summary & Key Terms Chapter 15
  406