The author presents both key and up-to-date studies to help the reader explore the varied ways in which the biological, physiological and social factors at an individual and systematic level all affect psychology and how effective interventions can influence the health of a population.
Mapped to course requirements and exploring bio-social, developmental and life-style factors in relation to physical and psychological disturbances, Health Psychology is an indispensable companion for undergraduate and postgraduate students in psychology, health sciences, nursing and education students.
Supported by a wealth of learning features and additional content, this book will give your students:
- Access to the SAGE companion website which includes interactive quizzes, author selected videos, further reading, glossaries, testbanks and powerpoint slides
- 17 chapters packed with case studies, the latest research and areas of study
- The knowledge and skills to link theory to practice
- Author-selected videos
- Interactive quizzes
- Scholarly journal articles
- PowerPoint slides