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Health Psychology (SAGE Benchmarks in Psychology)

Editat de John Weinman, Marie Johnston, Gerry Molloy
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This collection provides a comprehensive and up-to-date synthesis of classic and key publications in the field of Health Psychology. The classic papers are those which have proved to be ground breaking, and have remained highly influential in the discipline long since they were published. The key papers are those, which will provide the reader with a good overview or introduction to a particular area and how it is researched. Thus the collection includes a complementary mix of recent publications and older, classic works, illuminating new directions in the field theoretically and methodologically. The Major Work consists of 80 papers and is organised into the following four volumes:
Vol. 1 Models
Vol. 2 Concepts
Vol. 3 Methods and Measurements
Vol. 4 Applications in Health, Illness and Healthcare
Across the four volumes, the Editors present a wide range of readings in the discipline, including highly cited theoretical articles, empirical articles, as well as some book chapters that have had great impact in terms of presenting research findings and influencing the key debates in the field. These papers have also been selected on the basis of their international impact.
Each of the volumes opens with an introductory editorial essay by the Editors setting out the rationale behind the selection of papers in terms of their historical, theoretical and empirical importance in the development of the field. The net effect is to provide an integrated account of this rapidly developing and expansive discipline.
Author/Editor Description:
John Weinman is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, London. Marie Johnston is a Professor in the School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen. Dr Gerry Malloy is a Research Fellow in the School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen.
Please also include the Series Brief in the prelims:
SAGE Benchmarks in Psychology brings together the most influential and field-defining articles, both classical and contemporary, in each of the sub-disciplines of psychological science presented as a series of multi-volume major works.
Each multi-volume set represents a collection of the published works from leading international scholars and academics throughout the world, collated from the foremost journals in each field and brought together by an editor or editorial team of renowned international stature. A full introduction is offered by the editor(s) of each set to present a rationale for the selection of articles, an overview of the field, the discipline's past, present and likely future, and to draw upon the articles selected in each volume as signposts for the reader.
Psychological science has evolved enormously throughout the latter half of the twentieth century. It is therefore vital that a solid academic reference is available for university libraries which presents the outstanding work and research in each sub-discipline of the field. This series presents the 'gold standard' for university libraries throughout the world with an existing collection or interest in psychological reference works.
SAGE Benchmarks in Psychology allows scholars, researchers and students to be more effectively informed of the main developments, while also setting the tone for future research in their chosen area of psychological science.
Other major works in this series include:
Social Psychology (four-volume set, published 2002)
Individual Differences (four-volume set, published 2003)
Developmental Psychology I (three-volume set, published 2004)
Developmental Psychology II (three-volume set, published 2005)
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781412921695
ISBN-10: 1412921694
Pagini: 1864
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 0.00 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Benchmarks in Psychology

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

Volume One
Theoretical Frameworks
PART ONE: SOCIAL COGNITION MODELS
In Search of How People Change - J O Prochaska, C C DiClemente and J C Norcross
Applications to Addictive Behavior
Selected Psychosocial Models and Correlates of Individual Health-Related Behaviors - M H Becker et al
The Theory of Planned Behavior - I Ajzen
Implementation Intentions - Strong Effects of Simple Plans - P M Gollwitzer
Self-Efficacy in the Adoption and Maintenance of Health Behaviors - R Schwarzer
Theoretical Approaches and a New Model
Protection Motivation and Self-Efficacy - A Revised Theory of Fear Appeals and Attitude Change - J E Maddux and R W Rogers
PART TWO: SELF-REGULATION MODELS
Illness Representations and Coping with Health Threats - H Leventhal, D Nerenz and D J Steele
Self-Efficacy - A Bandura
Toward a Unifying Theory of Behavioural Change
Goals and Confidence as Self-Regulatory Elements Underlying Health and Illness Behavior - M F Scheier and C S Carver
Transactional Theory and Research on Emotions and Coping - Richard S Lazarus and Susan Folkman
Adjustment to Threatening Events - S E Taylor
A Theory of Cognitive Adaptation
PART THREE: PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MODELS
Pain Mechanisms - R Melzak and P D Wall
A New Theory
Beyond Attentional Strategies - D Cioffi
A Cognitive Perceptual Model of Symptom Interpretation
Neuroendocrine Responses to Social Interaction - J P Henry and P M Stephens
Protective and Damaging Effects of Stress Mediators - B McEwen
Psychophysiological Bases of Disease - A Steptoe
Behaviorally Conditioned Immunosuppression - R Ader and N Cohen
PART FOUR: ENVIRONMENT
The Environment, the Worker and Illness - R Karasek and T Theorell
Psychological and Physiological Linkages
Conservation of Resources - S E Hobfoll
A New Attempt at Conceptualizing Stress
Volume Two:
Concepts
PART ONE: INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
Optimism, Vulnerability and Self-Beliefs as Health-Related Cognitions - A Systematic Overview - R Schwarzer
Conceptualization and Operationalization of Perceived Control - K Wallston
Coronary-Prone Behaviors in the Western Collaborative Group Study - M H L Hecker et al
The Disease-Prone Personality - A Meta-Analytic View of the Construct - H S Friedman and S Booth-Kewley
PART TWO: SOCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS
Key Evidence for the Importance of Social Support Networks and Health - Berkman
Socioeconomic Status and Health - N E Adler et al
The Challenge of the Gradient
Aging, Natural Death and the Compression of Morbidity - J F Fries
Gender and Health - L Verbrugge
An Update on Hypotheses and Evidence
PART THREE: RESPONSE TO HEALTH THREAT
Perception of Risk - P Slovic
The Relative Efficacy of Avoidant and Non-Avoidant Coping Strategies - J Suls and B Fletcher
A Meta-Analysis
Unrealistic Optimism about Susceptibility to Health Problems - N D Weinstein
Health Complaints, Stress and Disease - D Watson and J W Pennebaker
Exploring the Central Role of Negative Affectivity
PART FOUR: HEALTHCARE
Health Behaviour, Illness Behaviour and Sick Role Behaviour - S V Kasl and S Cobb
Determinants of Three Stages of Delay in Seeking Care at a Medical Clinic - M A Safer et al
Placebo Effects in Medicine, Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis - A K Shapiro
Adherence to Self-Care Regimens - D C Turk and D Meichenbaum
The Patient's Perspective
Caregiving as a Risk Factor for Mortality - R Schulz and S R Beach
The Caregiver Health Effects Study
Satisfaction, Compliance and Communication - P Ley
PART FIVE: HEALTH OUTCOMES
Conceptual Approaches to the Assessment of Quality of Life - J Browne, H M McGee and C A O'Boyle
Behavior as the Central Outcome in Health Care - R M Kaplan
Disability as Behavior - M Johnston, D Bonetti and B Pollard
Models of Measurement and Explanation
Positive Psychological States and Coping with Severe Stress - S Folkman
Volume Three
Methods and Measurement
PART ONE: RESEARCH DESIGN AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
'Inclined Abstainers' - S Orbell and P Sheeran
A Problem for Predicting Health-Related Behaviour
Predicting and Explaining Intentions and Behaviour - S Sutton
How Well Are We Doing?
Strategies for Analyzing Ecological Momentary Assessment Data - J E Schwartz and A A Stone
Dilemmas in Qualitative Health Research - L Yardley
PART TWO: HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIOUR
A Simple Method to Assess Behaviour in the Community - G Godin and R J Shepherd
Dietary Intervention in Primary Care - L Roe et al
Validity of the DINE Method for Diet Assessment
Outcome Criteria in Smoking Cessation Trials - R West et al
Proposal for a Common Standard
PART THREE: STRESS AND COPING
The Social Readjustment Rating Scale - T H Holmes and R H Rahe
The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale - A S Zigmond and R P Snaith
Assessing Coping Strategies - C S Carver, M F Scheier and J K Weintraub
A Theoretically Based Approach
PART FOUR: HEALTH AND ILLNESS COGNITIONS
The Illness Perception Questionnaire - J Weinman et al
A New Method for Assessing the Cognitive Representation of Illness
The McGill Pain Questionnaire - R Melzack
Major Properties and Scoring Methods
Development of the Multidimensional Health Locus of Control (MHLC) Scales - K A Wallston, B S Wallston and R DeVillis
PART FIVE: HEALTHCARE
Patients' Intentions in Primary Care - P Salmon and J Quine
Measurement and Preliminary Investigation
The Physician-Patient Relationship - D Roter et al
Communication Patterns of Primary Care Physicians
The Medical Interview Satisfaction Scale - M H Wolf et al
Development of a Scale to Measure Patient Perceptions of Physician Behavior
PART SIX: HEALTH STATUS/QUALITY OF LIFE
Self-Assessed Health and Mortality - E I Idler
A Review of Studies
The MOS 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36) - J E Ware and C D Sherbourne
Conceptual Framework and Item Selection
Sickness Impact Profile - A F De Bruin et al
The State of the Art of a Generic Functional Status Measure
Volume Four
Applications in Health, Illness and Health Care
PART ONE: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL INFLUENCES ON HEALTH
The Alameda Study - 25 Years Later - C A Schoenborn
Mortality in Relation to Smoking - R Doll et al
40 Years of Observations on Male British Doctors
Negative Life Events, Perceived Stress, Negative Affect and Susceptibility to the Common Cold - S Cohen, D A Tyrrell and A P Smith
Can Lifestyle Changes Reverse Coronary Heart Disease? The Lifestyle Heart Trial - D Ornish et al
Pessimistic Explanatory Style is a Risk Factor for Physical Illness - C Peterson, M E Seligman and G E Vaillant
A 35-Year Longitudinal Study
22-Year Trends in Coronary Risk Factors in North Karelia and Other Areas of Finland - E Vartiainen et al
The Relationship between Socioeconomic Status, Hostility and Blood Pressure Reactions to Mental Stress in Men - D Carroll et al
Data from the Whitehall II Study
PART TWO: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL INFLUENCES ON ILLNESS
Depression Following Myocardial Infarction - N Frasure-Smith, F Lesperance and M Talajic
Impact on Six-Month Survival
Arthritis Self-Management Studies - K Lorig and Holman
A 12-Year Review
How Coping Mediates the Effect of Optimism on Distress - C S Carver et al
A Study of Women with Early Stage Breast Cancer
Changing Illness Perceptions after Myocardial Infarction - K J Petrie et al
An Early Intervention Randomized Controlled Trial
An Application of Behavior Modification Techniques to a Problem of Chronic Pain - Fordyce
Effect of Psychosocial Treatment on Survival of Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer - D Spiegel et al
Alteration of Type A Behavior and Its Effect on Cardiac Recurrences in Post-Myocardial Infarction Patients - M Friedman et al
Summary of Results of the Recurrent Coronary Prevention Project
Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus by Changes in Lifestyle among Subjects with Impaired Glucose Tolerance - J Tuomilehto et al
PART THREE: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL INFLUENCES ON HEALTH CARE
What Benefits Can Psychological Preparation for Surgery Achieve? - M Johnston and C Vogele
Effective Physician-Patient Communication and Health Outcomes - M A Stewart
A Review
The Effect of Choice and Enhanced Personal Responsibility for the Aged - E J Langer and J Rodin
Difference between Patients' and Doctors' Interpretations of Some Common Medical Terms - C M Boyle
Expanding Patient Involvement in Care - Greenfield, Kaplan and Ware
Effects on Patient Outcomes
Consultation Skills of Young Doctors - P Maguire et al
Benefits of Feedback Training in Interviewing as Students Persist
Health Psychology and Uptake of Preventive Health Services - S Orbell and P Sheeran
A Review of 30 Years' Research on Cervical Screening