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  1. Sexual Assault in Context

    Teaching College Men About Gender

    By Christopher Kilmartin, Alan D. Berkowitz

    Most North American colleges have programs that help students understand the harm done to victims of sexual violence and, if prosecuted, the potential consequences of their perpetrators. However, only a few programs also address those aspects of masculine culture that surround sexual assault....

    Published November 30th 2004 by Psychology Press

  2. Epidemiology of Sleep

    Age, Gender, and Ethnicity

    By Kenneth L. Lichstein, H. Heith Durrence, Brant W. Riedel, Daniel J. Taylor, Andrew J. Bush

    What is the prevalence of insomnia in a particular age group, in men and women, or in Caucasians and African Americans? What is the average total sleep time among normal sleepers among these groups? How does the sleep of Caucasians and African Americans differ? These are just some of the questions...

    Published June 10th 2004 by Psychology Press

  3. Emotional Expression and Health

    Advances in Theory, Assessment and Clinical Applications

    Edited by Ivan Nyklícek, Lydia Temoshok, Ad Vingerhoets

    Emotional Expression and Health looks at the role emotional expression and inhibition may play in staying healthy or falling ill. Written by leading experts in the field, chapters focus on: * how we can measure emotional expression or inhibition and how we can distinguish between their various...

    Published February 26th 2004 by Routledge

  4. Misadventures in Health Care

    Inside Stories

    By Marilyn Sue Bogner, Marilyn Sue Bogner

    Edited by Marilyn Sue Bogner

    Misadventures in Health Care: Inside Stories presents an alternative approach to attributing the cause of medical error solely to the health care provider. That alternative, the systems approach, pursues why an incident occurs in terms of factors in the context of care that affect the care provider...

    Published August 1st 2003 by Psychology Press

  5. Rival Truths

    Common Sense and Social Psychological Explanations in Health and Illness

    By Lindsay St Claire

    Series: International Series in Social Psychology

    It is common sense that our survival as individuals depends on the survival of our physical bodies. However, common sense has been medicalised. Terms such as 'road rage' and 'premenstrual syndrome' sound like medical problems and suggest that it is affected individuals, rather than experiences or...

    Published May 8th 2003 by Psychology Press

  6. The Self-Regulation of Health and Illness Behaviour

    Edited by Linda Cameron, Howard Leventhal

    Self-regulation theory focuses on the ways in which individuals direct and monitor their activities and emotions in order to attain their goals. It plays an increasingly important role in health psychology research.The Self-regulation of Health and Illness Behaviour presents an up-to-date account...

    Published December 12th 2002 by Routledge

  7. -Special Issue on Women's Health

    A Special Issue of the International Journal of Behavioral Medicine

    Edited by Lynda H. Powell, Karen A. Matthews

    First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published September 1st 2002 by Psychology Press

  8. Substance Abuse and Dependence in Adolescence

    Epidemiology, Risk Factors and Treatment

    Edited by Cecilia A. Essau

    Recent years have seen a growth in the numbers of studies of substance abuse and dependence in adolescence, focusing on prevalence, risk factors, comorbidity, course and outcome. At the same time, numerous prevention and intervention strategies have been developed. Substance Abuse and Dependence...

    Published May 30th 2002 by Routledge

  9. Essential Health Psychology

    By Mark Forshaw

    Series: Essential Psychology

    The Essential Psychology Series bridges the gap between simple introductory texts aimed at pre-university studetns and higher level textbooks for upper level undergraduates. Each volume in the series is designed to provide concise yet up-to-date descriptions of the major areas of psychology for...

    Published March 1st 2002 by Routledge

  10. Public Health Communication

    Evidence for Behavior Change

    Edited by Robert Hornik

    Series: Routledge Communication Series

    This volume argues the case that public health communication has affected health behavior. It brings together 16 studies of large-scale communication in a variety of substantive health areas--tobacco, drugs, AIDS, family planning, heart disease, childhood disease, highway safety--prepared by the...

    Published January 1st 2002 by Routledge