Get 2 top 10 audiobooks free with a LoveReading exclusive

LoveReading has teamed up with Audiobooks.com to give you the chance to get 2 free audiobooks when you sign up. Try it for 30 days for free with no strings attached. You can cancel anytime, although we're sure you'll love it. Click the button to find out more:

Find out more

Key Concepts in Health Psychology

by Ian Albery, Marcus R. Munafo

Key Concepts in Health Psychology Synopsis

While current textbooks in health psychology offer the reader some conceptual reasoning about different aspects of the discipline, there is no one source which provides an accessible, navigable and cross-referenced analysis of the major models and ideas in health psychology. Key Concepts in Health Psychology provides a `one stop' analysis of key issues, theories, models and methods in contemporary health psychology. It enables the reader to engage with a full range of approaches and methods in the field, and importantly to be able to appreciate the relationships between these.

Key Concepts in Health Psychology Press Reviews

'...the book serves as a 'one stop' comprehensive and conceptual analysis of key issues in contemporary health psychology...readers will find it easy to master the key concepts in a short time and this assists readers to further explore the advanced issues and problems in health psychology. All in all, Key Concepts in Health psychology is an excellent health psychology textbook' Simpson Wong Psychology: Learning & Teaching

Book Information

ISBN: 9781412919333
Publication date: 24th January 2008
Author: Ian Albery, Marcus R. Munafo
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 304 pages
Categories:

About Ian Albery, Marcus R. Munafo

Ian AlberyIan Albery is Reader in Psychology at London South Bank University, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and Chartered Health Psychologist.He has published widely in the general area of social cognition but has a particular interest in the development and maintenance of addictive behaviours and the operation of illusory cognitive biases.He is also an Associate Editor for The Psychologist - the British Psychological Society's monthly publication

More About Ian Albery, Marcus R. Munafo

Share this book