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Health Psychology 5th edition/David F. Marks with chapter: Long-term Conditions: Diabetes and ME/CFS

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    "Health psychology students will need to understand how to evaluate and critically-appraise the latest theory and research before it can be applied. This fully-revised and updated Fifth Edition takes a critical approach and places health psychology in a real-world context, enabling students to understand how public policy, theory and research can influence communities and individuals alike.

    The new Fifth Edition includes:
    • 9 new and expanded chapters
    • Updated material on stress and coping, doctor-patient communication, death, dying, bereavement and quality of life
    • Introductions to the social, political and economic conditions that influence our health
    • Breadth of coverage from social inequality through to chronic illness and screening
    "
    https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/he...=708303b9a471117835bfa0c66688b392#description




    eta: woops, thought it rang a bell!
     
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