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  • Preface
  • Part 1Foundations of Health Psychology
    • Chapter 1 Introducing Health Psychology
      • Health and Illness: Lessons from the Past
        • From Ancient Times Through the Renaissance
        • From Post-Renaissance Rationality through the Nineteenth Century
        • The Twentieth Century and the Dawn of a New Era
      • Biopsychosocial Perspective
        • The Biological Context
        • The Psychological Context
        • The Social Context
      • Diversity and Healthy Living: The Immigrant Paradox: SES and the Health of Immigrants
        • Biopsychosocial “Systems”
        • Applying the Biopsychosocial Model
      • Frequently Asked Questions about a Health Psychology Career
        • What Do Health Psychologists Do?
      • Your Health Assets: College Does a Mind and Body Good
        • Where Do Health Psychologists Work?
        • How Do I Become a Health Psychologist?
    • Chapter 2 Research in Health Psychology
      • Critical Thinking and Evidence-Based Medicine
        • The Dangers of “Unscientific” Thinking
      • Health Psychology Research Methods
        • Descriptive Studies
      • Interpreting Data: Association versus Causation
        • Experimental Studies
        • Quasi-Experiments
        • Developmental Studies
      • Epidemiological Research: Tracking Disease
        • Objectives in Epidemiological Research
      • Diversity and Healthy Living: Hypertension in African-Americans: An Epidemiological “Whodunit”
        • Research Methods in Epidemiology
      • Interpreting Data: Tables and Graphs
        • Inferring Causality
      • Interpreting Data: Measuring Risk
    • Chapter 3 Biological Foundations of Health and Illness
      • Cells
      • The Nervous System
        • Divisions of the Nervous System
        • The Brain
      • The Endocrine System
        • The Pituitary and Adrenal Glands
        • The Thyroid Gland and the Pancreas
      • The Cardiovascular System
        • Blood and Circulation
        • The Heart
      • The Respiratory System
        • The Lungs
      • The Digestive System
      • Diversity and Healthy Living: Asthma
        • How Food Is Digested
      • The Immune System
        • Structure of the Immune System
        • The Immune Response
      • The Reproductive System and Behavior Genetics
        • Ovaries and Testes
        • Fertilization and the Mechanisms of Heredity
        • Genes and Environment
  • Part 2Stress and Health
    • Chapter 4 Stress
      • Stress: Some Basic Concepts
      • Stressors
        • Significant Life Events
        • Daily Hassles
      • Diversity and Healthy Living: The Stress of Emerging Adulthood
        • Work
      • Your Health Assets: The Gallup Employee Engagement Questionnaire
        • Social Interactions
      • The Physiology of Stress
        • The Role of the Brain and Nervous System
        • Measuring Stress
        • How Does Stress Make You Sick?
      • Other Models of Stress and Illness
        • Selye’s General Adaptation Syndrome
        • Cognitive Appraisal and Stress
        • The Diathesis–Stress Model
    • Chapter 5 Coping with Stress
      • Responding to Stress
        • Problem-Focused and Emotion-Focused Coping
        • Coping, Gender, Genes, and Socioeconomic Status
        • Coping and Ethnicity
      • Factors Affecting the Ability to Cope
        • Resilience
        • Explanatory Style
      • Your Health Assets: Measuring Optimism
        • Personal Control and Choice
        • Social Support
      • Coping Interventions
        • Relaxation Therapies
        • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
        • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
      • Your Health Assets: Try Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Yourself
        • Emotional Disclosure
  • Part 3Behavior and Health
    • Chapter 6 Staying Healthy: Primary Prevention and Positive Psychology
      • Health and Behavior
        • Theories of Health Behavior
      • Prevention
        • Compressing Morbidity
        • Promoting Healthy Families and Communities
      • Interpreting Data: Who Are the Uninsured and Underinsured?
        • Community Health Education
        • Message Framing
        • Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions
        • Promoting Healthy Workplaces
      • Positive Psychology and Thriving
        • Allostasis and Neuroendocrine Health
        • Neurobiology of Resilience
        • Psychosocial Factors and Physiological Thriving
        • Features of Psychological Thriving
        • Beyond Positive Psychology
    • Chapter 7 Exercise, Sleep, and Injury Control
      • Physical Activity, Exercise, and Fitness
        • Benefits from Physical Activity
        • Is It Ever Too Late to Begin Exercising?
        • Why Don’t More People Exercise?
        • Exercise Interventions
      • Sleep
        • Sleep Stages
        • Sleep Patterns
        • Sleep Loss and Sleep Disorders
      • Your Health Assets: How Good Is Your Sleep?
      • Injury Control
        • Childhood
        • Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
        • Adulthood
        • Injury Prevention
    • Chapter 8 Nutrition, Obesity, and Eating Disorders
      • Nutrition: Eating the Right Foods
        • Healthy Eating and Adherence to a Healthy Diet
        • Diet and Disease
      • Weight Determination: Eating the Right Amount of Food
        • Basal Metabolic Rate and Caloric Intake
      • Your Health Assets: Super Foods for a Super You
        • The Set-Point Hypothesis
        • The Biological Basis of Weight Regulation
      • Obesity: Some Basic Facts
        • Hazards of Obesity
      • The Biopsychosocial Model of Obesity
        • Biological Factors
        • Psychosocial Factors
      • Treatment and Prevention of Obesity
        • Dieting
      • Your Health Assets: Lose Weight the Smart Way
        • Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy
        • Fit Families, Fit Communities
      • Eating Disorders
        • Demographics
        • Applying the Biopsychosocial Model
      • Diversity and Healthy Living: Acculturation and the Latest Nutrition Guidelines
        • Body Image and the Media
        • Treatment of Eating Disorders
    • Chapter 9 Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction
      • Some Basic Facts
        • Mechanisms of Drug Action
        • Psychoactive Drugs
      • Models of Addiction
        • Biomedical Models: Addiction as Disease
        • Reward Models: Addiction as Pleasure Seeking
        • Social Learning Models: Addiction as Behavior
      • Alcohol Use and Abuse
        • Prevalence of Alcohol Use
        • The Physical Effects of Alcohol Consumption
        • Psychosocial Consequences of Alcohol Use
        • Alcohol Use Disorder
        • Treatment and Prevention of Alcohol Use Disorders
      • Tobacco Use and Abuse
        • Prevalence of Smoking
        • Physical Effects of Smoking
        • Why Do People Smoke?
        • Prevention Programs
        • Cessation Programs
      • Your Health Assets: You Can Quit Smoking—Here’s How
      • The Rise of e-Cigarettes and the Resurgence of Marijuana
        • Electronic Cigarettes
        • The Resurgence of Marijuana
  • Part 4Chronic and Life-Threatening Illnesses
    • Chapter 10 Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes
      • The Healthy Heart
      • Cardiovascular Disease
        • The Causes: Atherosclerosis and Arteriosclerosis
        • The Diseases: Angina Pectoris, Myocardial Infarction, and Stroke
      • Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease
        • Uncontrollable Risk Factors
        • Controllable Risk Factors
      • Psychosocial Factors in Cardiovascular Disease
        • The Type A Personality and Its “Toxic Core”
        • Depression
        • Why Do Hostility, Anger, and Depression Promote Cardiovascular Disease?
        • Positive Psychological Well-Being and Cardiovascular Disease
      • Reducing the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
        • Controlling Hypertension
        • Reducing Cholesterol
      • After CVD: Preventing Recurrence
        • Managing Stress, Anxiety, and Hostility
      • Diabetes
        • Types of Diabetes
        • Causes of Diabetes
        • Prevention of Diabetes
        • Diabetes Self-Management
        • Health Psychology and Diabetes
      • Diversity and Healthy Living: Cultural Adaptations to Evidence-Based Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes
      • Your Health Assets: Benefit Finding
    • Chapter 11 Cancer
      • What Is Cancer?
        • Types of Cancer
        • Cancer Susceptibility: Demographic Aspects
      • Risk Factors for Cancer
        • Tobacco Use
        • Alcohol Use
        • Nutrition
        • Physical Activity
        • Overweight and Obesity
        • Family History
        • Environmental and Occupational Hazards
      • Your Health Assets: What Is Your Risk of Developing Skin Cancer?
        • Cancer and Infectious Disease
        • Stress and Immunocompetence
        • Childhood Adversity
        • Depression: Both Risk and Result
      • Cancer Treatment
        • Early Diagnosis
        • Treatment Options
      • Coping with Cancer
        • Emotions, Masculinity, and Ethnicity
        • Knowledge, Control, and Social Support
        • Cognitive–Behavioral Interventions
    • Chapter 12 HIV/AIDS and Other Communicable Diseases
      • Communicable and Noncommunicable Diseases
        • The Epidemiological Transition
        • Emerging and Reemerging Communicable Diseases
        • Antimicrobial Resistance
      • The AIDS Epidemic
        • A Brief History of AIDS
        • The Epidemiology of AIDS
        • How HIV Is Transmitted
        • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV
      • Symptoms and Stages: From HIV to AIDS
        • How HIV Progresses
        • Physiological Factors in the Progression of AIDS
        • Psychosocial Factors in the Progression of AIDS
      • Medical Treatments and Psychosocial Interventions
        • The Success of Antiretroviral Therapy
        • An Overview of Psychosocial Interventions
        • The Basis for Psychosocial Interventions
        • Educational Programs
        • Promoting Adherence to Treatment
        • Cognitive Behavioral Stress Management (CBSM)
        • Community-Wide Interventions
        • Psychosocial Barriers to AIDS Intervention
  • Part 5Seeking Treatment
    • Chapter 13 The Role of Health Psychology in Seeking and Obtaining Health Care
      • Recognizing and Interpreting Symptoms
        • Attentional Focus, Neuroticism, and Self-Rated Health
        • Illness Representations
        • Explanatory Style and Psychological Disturbances
      • Seeking Treatment
        • Age and Gender
        • Socioeconomic Status and Cultural Factors
        • Delay Behavior
        • Overusing Health Services
      • Diversity and Healthy Living: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
      • Patient Adherence
        • How Widespread Is Nonadherence?
        • What Factors Predict Adherence?
      • The Patient–Provider Relationship
        • Factors Affecting the Patient–Provider Relationship
        • Improving Patient–Provider Communication
        • Motivational Interviewing
        • The Internet and the Patient–Provider Relationship
      • The Health Care System
        • Hospitalization
        • Health Care Around the World
        • Patient Dissatisfaction, Patient-Centered Care, and Health Care Reform
      • Your Health Assets: Health Literacy
    • Chapter 14 Managing Pain
      • What Is Pain?
        • Epidemiology and Components of Pain
        • Significance and Types of Pain
      • Measuring Pain
        • Physical Measures
        • Behavioral Measures
        • Self-Report Measures
      • The Physiology of Pain
        • Pain Pathways
        • The Neurochemistry of Pain
        • Genes and Pain
        • Gate Control Theory
      • Factors That Influence the Experience of Pain
        • Age
        • Gender
      • Diversity and Healthy Living: Phantom Limb Pain
        • Sociocultural Factors
      • Treating Pain
        • Pharmacological Treatments
        • Surgery, Electrical Stimulation, and Physical Therapy
        • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
        • Evaluating the Effectiveness of Pain Treatments
    • Chapter 15 Complementary and Alternative Medicine
      • What Is Complementary and Alternative Medicine?
        • Establishing a Category for Unconventional Medicine
        • Three Ideals of Complementary and Alternative Medicine
        • How Widespread Is Complementary and Alternative Medicine?
      • Medicine or Quackery?
        • What Constitutes Evidence?
      • Does Complementary and Alternative Medicine Work?
        • Acupuncture
        • Mind–Body Therapies
        • Biofeedback
        • Chiropractic
        • Naturopathic Medicine
      • Looking Ahead: Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Our Future
        • The Best of Both Worlds
        • The Politics of Medicine
    • Epilogue: Health Psychology Today and Tomorrow
      • Health Psychology’s Most Important Lessons
        • Lesson 1: Psychological and Social Factors Interact with Biology in Health
        • Lesson 2: It is Our Own Responsibility to Promote and Maintain Our Health
        • Lesson 3: Unhealthy Lifestyles Are Harder to Change Than to Prevent
        • Lesson 4: Positive Stress Appraisal and Management Are Essential to Good Health
      • Health Psychology’s Future Challenges
        • Challenge 1: To Increase the Span of Healthy Life for All People
        • Challenge 2: To Reduce Health Discrepancies and Increase Our Understanding of the Effects of Race, Gender, Culture, and Socioeconomic Status on Health
        • Challenge 3: To Achieve Equal Access to Preventive Health Care Services for All People
        • Challenge 4: To Adjust the Focus of Research and Intervention to Maximize Health Promotion with Evidence-Based Approaches
        • Challenge 5: To Assist in Health Care Reform
      • Conclusion
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Name Index
  • Subject Index

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