Handbook of Health Psychology

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SUBJECT INDEX

A
Above average effect, 197
Adherence
Dietary, 573
Interventions, 576
Measures of, 574, 575
Medication, 573
Patterns of, 572
Predictors of, 573, 574
Quantitative assessment of, 572
Affiliation, 202, 203
African American Acculturation Scale, 852, 866
Aging
Age at disease onset and, 471
Definition of normal, 470
Depression and, 471
Gender and, 471
Health related quality of life and, 473
HRT and, 472
Period/time effects, 470, 471
AIDS and behavior change, 3
Condom use and, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15
AIDS risk reduction model, 782, 783
Alcohol
Cancer and, 287
Cognitive disorders and, 289
Crime and, 293
Family and, 291, 292
Fetal effects and, 289, 290
Heart disease and, 286
High risk behaviors and, 292, 293
Hormonal changes and, 289
Hypertension and, 287
Injury and, 290
Liver disease and, 288
Neurochemical mediators, 299
Pancreatitis and, 288
Peptic ulcer and, 288
Role performance and, 291
Stroke and, 287
Alcohol abuse, 281, 282
Animal studies of, 298
Attention-allocation model of, 303
Behavior-genetic research
Adoption
Family studies, 295
Genetic marker studies, 296
Twin studies, 295
Vulnerability studies, 296, 297, 298
Economic cost, 282
Etiology of, 300, 301, 302, 303
Familial influences in, 304
Mass media effects, 305
Psychiatric diagnoses and, 283, 284, 285
Stress response dampening model of, 303
Tension-reduction hypothesis of, 302
Alcohol dependence, 281, 282
Anger, 65, 66, 71, 72
Antigen, 106
Appraisal, 68
Assisted reproductive technologies (ART)
Definition of, 560
Psychological consequences of use of, 563, 564, 565
Asthma, 451, 452
Attribution and effect on illness, 33
Attributional Style Questionnaire, 180
Autobiographical memory, 406
Autonomic nervous system, 85, 86, 87, 92

B
Behavior change
Interventions and, 15
Measurement techniques
Action alternatives and, 8
Attitude measurement, 11
Relevant referents and, 7
Personal characteristics and, 8
Emotional reactions, 13
Perceived normative pressure, 12
Perceived outcomes and, 7
Self-efficacy, 14
Self standards and sanctions, 13
Stages of change, 5
Variables related to, 5
Behavioral medicine
Definition of, 96
Behavioral prediction, theories of, 4, 5
Behavioral change, theories of, 4, 5
Biofeedback
Definition of, 87, 96, 97
Disorders, 98, 99
Body Mass Index (BMI), 263
Burnout
Definition of, 415
Depersonalization and, 416
Emotional exhaustion and, 416
Sources/outcomes of, 418
Job-person fit and, 420, 421, 422
Organizational health and, 423
Reduced personal accomplishment and, 416
Social support and, 422

C
Cancer
Stress
Biobehavioral model of, 709
Biological pathways and, 713
Bone marrow transplantation and, 716
Compliance to treatment and, 712, 713
Delay of treatment and, 714
Diagnosis and, 714, 715
Disease course and, 713
Health behaviors and, 712
Interventions, 717, 718, 737
Perceived risk of, 728
Prevalence, 727
Quality of life and, 711
Recovery/long-term survival and, 718, 719, 720
Recurrence/death and, 720, 721
Sexual dysfunction and, 719
Treatment and, 715, 716
Treatment morbidity and, 717
Cancer intervention
Adult, 758, 759
Children, 764, 765, 772
Cancer screening
Breast cancer
Barriers/facilitators, 528, 530
Current status, 528
Interventions, 531
Cervical cancer
Barriers/facilitators, 530
Current status, 530
Interventions, 532
Colorectal cancer
Barriers/facilitators, 531, 532
Current status, 531

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