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Handbook of Diversity Issues in Health Psychology

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ISBN-10: 0306453258

ISBN-13: 9780306453250

Edition: 1996

Authors: Pamela M. Kato, Traci Mann

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This innovative handbook explores topics such as touch therapies across the life span, the problem of pediatric pain, designing health promotion programs for Latinos and much more.
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Book details

List price: $269.00
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 9/30/1996
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 440
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.244
Language: English

Introduction and Methodology: Introduction: Toward a Health Psychology of Special Populations
Fear of Heterogeneity in the Study of Human Populations and the Statistical Artifacts It Produces
Lifespan Issues in Health Psychology: Issues of Age and Health
Touch Therapies across the Life Span
The Context of Development for Young Children in Cocaine Abusing Families
The Problem of Pediatric Pain
Healthy Adolescent Development: Risks and Opportunities
Reversing Disability in Old Age
Functional Impairment, Physical Disease, and Depression in Older Adults
Gender and Sexual Orientation Issues in Health Psychology: Why Do We Need a Health Psychology of Gender?
Smoking and Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Women: Issues for Prevention and Women's Health
Masculine Gender Role Stress: A Perspective on Men's Health
Psychotherapy with HIVinfected Gay Men
Homophobia and the Health of Psychology of Lesbians
Issues of Ethnicity in Health Psychology: On Nothing and Everything: The Relationship between Ethnicity and Health
African-American Health over the Life Course: A Multidimensional Framework
Designing Health Promotion Programs for Latinos
Health Care Issues among Asian-American: Implications of Somatization
Behavioral Approaches to Illness Prevention for Native Americans
A Biological, Environmental, and Cultural Basis for Ethnic Differences in Treatment
Socioeconomic Status and the Health or Racial Minority Populations