Health Psychology: Determinants of Health
Terms in this set (22)
What is the main assumption of the biomedical model
illnesses can be related to somatic (physical) causes
Examples: Biochemical imbalances and
Which model health is the most reductionist?
In the biopsychosocial model of health, what are examples of "bio"?
genes, physical health and disability
In the biopsychosocial model of health, what are examples of "psycho"?
self-esteem, coping and social skills, problem solving
In the biopsychosocial model of health, what are examples of "socio"?
peers, family, culture
Which models critiscize the BPS model?
Who developed the BPS model?
What are examples of Social determinant of health?
Access to health care, social and physical environment
What are examples of personal determinants of health?
Behavior and genetics
What are the two categories for health determinants?
personal and social
Risk Factor of health
Characteristic or exposure to a factor that increases the likelihood of developing a condition, illness or disease
What are examples of risk factors?
trauma, poverty, exposure to junk food, permissive environment
What are the two factors related to health and wellness?
risk factors and protective factors
What is a protective Factor?
Decrease the likelihood of illness
What are examples of a protective factor?
access to clean water, exercise and health y diet
What does reductionist mean?
explain complex behaviors from simple biological approach
Which model of health is holistic?
What does Biopsychosocial model say about the approach to treatment?
All three aspects are not equal and may need to be approached differently, based on the patient
What dows Osler's Medical humanist approach emphasize?
The subjective experience
What is the aim of the Hippocratic Oath?
What does method -based psychiatry emphasize?
The method used to collect information, identify and diagnosis model
What are the five determinants used to determine the health of a population?