Handbook of Health Psychology

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AUTHOR INDEX

A
Aagesen, C. A., 575, 578
Aalberg, V., 454, 455
Aaronson, L. S., 509, 511
Abbas, A. K., 108, 113
Abbey, A., 290, 294, 306, 560, 561, 562, 568, 569
Abbot, J., 544, 549, 554
Abbott, R., 155, 170
Abbott, R. A., 67, 71, 82, 179, 193, 395, 402
Abbott, R. D., 669, 680
Abbott, S. C., 720, 722
Abboud, F. M., 704, 706
Abe, R., 753, 754
Abel, E. L., 290, 307
Abel, M. M., 434, 439
Abela, G. S., 674, 675, 681
Abeles, M., 391, 399
Abeles, N., 472, 476
Abell, T., 684, 692
Abell, T. D., 508, 509, 517
Abelmann, W. H., 671, 682
Abeloff, M. D., 717, 724, 751, 754
Abelson, R. P., 30, 41
Aber, J. L., 442, 446
Abercrombie, P. D., 826, 836
Abey-Wikrama, I., 374, 379
Abi-Mansour, P., 286, 314
Abma, J., 559, 560, 569
Abraham, C., 729, 745
Abraham, C. S., 784, 795
Abrahamse, A., 777, 797
Abram, S. E., 128, 133
Abrarns, B., 503, 511
Abrams, D. B., 68, 78, 269, 277, 302, 307, 524, 528, 532, 536
Abrams, E., 804, 814
Abramson, L. Y., 180, 189, 190
A'Brook, M. F., 374, 379
Acevedo, M. C., 146, 168
Achber, C., 576, 579, 849, 852
Acheson, K. J., 267, 278
Achord, A., 803, 812
Achord, A. P., 803, 812
Ackerman, A., 860, 862, 888
Ackerson, L., 451, 452, 456
Acosta, M., 857, 889
Acosta, V. R., 860, 861, 862, 892
Acquas, E., 252, 258
Acredelo, C., 34, 45
Acri, J. B., 255, 256, 257, 258
Adair, J., 878, 879, 887
Adam, G., 87, 89, 93
Adam, W., 699, 707
Adami, H., 288, 307
Adami, H. O., 520, 535
Adams, A., 122, 125, 136
Adams, C. A., 367, 370, 379
Adams, D. O., 663, 664, 666, 668
Adams, J., 474, 830, 832
Adams, J. D., 100, 102
Adams, J. M., 807, 812
Adams, M. M., 496, 514, 500, 508, 511
Adams, S., 328, 332, 690, 692
Adams, S. H., 66, 78
Adams, S. L., 301, 307
Adams-Campbell, L. L., 432, 433, 437
Adcock, R. A., 326, 327, 334
Addington-Hall, J., 721, 724
Adedoyin, A., 809, 816
Adelhardt, J., 721, 723
Adelman, M. B., 787, 789, 795
Adelmann, P. K., 353, 360
Adelson, M., 792, 796
Ader, R., 105, 108, 109, 111, 113, 114
Adler, D., 178, 191
Adler, D. A., 285, 309
Adler, H. M., 703, 706
Adler, N., 60, 78, 158, 160, 162, 356, 360
Adler, N. E., 139, 172, 463, 465, 498, 516, 566, 568, 569, 662, 666, 821, 832
Adler, R., 444, 447
Adler, S. R., 863, 869, 887
Affleck, G., 29, 37, 41, 46, 54, 55, 56, 57, 180, 193, 204, 205, 208, 219, 229, 330, 331, 391, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 403, 561, 562, 564, 570
Affonso, D. D., 497, 511
Afifi, R. A., 532, 533, 731, 732, 733, 741
Ager, J. W., 290, 311, 506, 509, 514
Ager, J., 290, 307
Agras, S., 266, 278, 848, 851
Agras, W. S., 266, 278, 705, 706
Agustsdottir, S., 178, 192
Ahern, D. K., 124, 134, 153, 154, 162, 165, 642, 650
Ahern, D. L., 122, 125, 136
Ahlbom, A., 68, 81
Ahles, T. A., 715, 721, 725, 758, 774
Ahlquist, D. A., 531, 532
Ahmed, F., 496, 511, 523, 532
Ahmed, S., 574, 580
Ahmed, S. S., 286, 318
Ah, D. K., 576, 580
Ahsan, C. H., 810, 812
AIDS Community Demonstration Projects, 16
Aiello, J., 368, 382
Aiello, J. R., 352, 360, 368, 369, 370, 379, 383
Aiken, L., 855, 888
Aiken, L. S., 212, 229, 729, 731, 732, 733, 734, 736, 737, 738, 739, 740, 741, 742, 746
Aikens, J. E., 330, 331
Aikens, K. S., 330, 331
Ainslie, G. W., 90, 93
Ainsworth, M. D. S., 354, 360
Aitken, L. P., 879, 880, 890
Aitken, M. L., 571, 576, 579
Ajani, U. A., 286, 294, 307
Ajzen, I., 4, 5, 11, 12, 16, 19, 39, 41, 43, 53, 56, 196, 205, 462, 465, 466, 566, 569, 574, 577, 578, 595, 607, 729, 741, 742
Akers, L., 525, 537
Akimoto, M., 753, 754
Akin, M., 471, 475
Akinyinka, O. O., 810, 815
Alagna, S. W., 734, 741
Alarif, L., 804, 812, 814
AIary, M., 794, 798, 829, 835
Albanes, D., 631, 650, 652
Albarede, J. L., 216, 230
Albert, C. M., 286, 294, 307
Albert, M. S., 289, 311
Albertsen, P. C., 728, 741
Albrecht, A. E., 269, 277, 524, 536
Albrecht, S. A., 506, 509, 511
Albrecht, T. L., 393, 399
Albright, C. L., 642, 650
Albright, N. L., 631, 652
Alby, N., 716, 721
Alcarez, R., 855, 870, 891
Alciati, M., 621, 624
Aldana, E., 758, 760, 776
Alderfer, M. A., 32, 33, 47, 155, 172
Alderman, M., 663, 667
Aldwin, C. M., 32, 46, 153, 155, 169, 171, 324, 332, 504, 511
Aleck, K. A., 877, 893

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