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Added to Your Shopping Cart. It has a modular structure, which allows instructors to choose to cover all of the systems at once or distribute them heealth other chapters. The Canadian edition includes health care systems in a Canadian context as well as discussions of health issues affecting marginalized groups, stress, substance use, health services, fetal alcohol syndrome, aboriginal issues, and material on social inequalities in the health services section.

Student View Student Companion Site. Focus on life-span development in health and illness throughout the book.

The book discusses how health and health-related behaviour change with age and describes health care issues and examples that pertain to pediatric and elderly patients. This type of box focuses on high-interest and in-depth topics.

Some of these topics are: A ssess Y ourself.

Health Psychology, Canadian Edition

This boxed feature has students actively examine their own health-related characteristics, such as their lifestyles, typical daily hassles, ways of coping with stress, knowledge about the transmission of HIV, beliefs about alcohol use, and symptoms of health problems. C linical M ethods and I ssues. The third type of boxed material focuses on methods and issues in application efforts in clinical health psychology, medicine, public health, and rehabilitation. We examine, for instance, cognitive and behavioural methods that can help people reduce stress, stop smoking, and eat healthfully; biofeedback and relaxation techniques for treating asthma and some forms of paralysis; and procedures to prepare children for being hospitalized.