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Measures in health psychology: a user's portfolio

Measures in health psychology: a user's portfolio

Weinman, John; Wright, Stephen C; Johnstone, Marie

Comprises 12 units, each concentrating on a different area of health psychology and containing measures relevant to that area

Book. English.
Published London: GL Assessment, 1995
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  • Falmer – 12 available in 610.19/MEA

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status Notes
    07998112 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Health status and health-related quality of life
    07998163 610.19/MEA Long loan Available A guide to measurement in health psychology
    07998104 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Illness, symptoms, disability and recovery
    07998139 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Coping
    07998120 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Social support
    07998147 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Stress, emotion and life events
    07998155 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Pain and pain behaviours
    07998066 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Beliefs and knowledge about health and illness
    07998090 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Expectations, experience and evaluations of health care
    07998058 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Health-related behaviour
    07998074 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Causal and control beliefs
    07998082 610.19/MEA Long loan Available Individual and demographic differences

Details

Statement of responsibility: written and compiled by John Weinman, Stephen Wright and Marie Johnston
ISBN: 0708707335, 9780708707333
Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Physical Description: 12 v. in case ; 32 cm.
Subject: Health Psychology; Clinical health psychology.

Contents

  1. Causal and control beliefs
  2. A guide to measurement in health psychology
  3. Pain and pain behaviours
  4. Stress, emotion and life events
  5. Coping
  6. Social support
  7. Health status and health-related quality of life
  8. Illness, symptoms, disability and recovery
  9. Expectations, experience and evaluations of health care
  10. Individual and demographic differences
  11. Beliefs and knowledge about health and illness
  12. Health-related behaviour.