Chapter 14: Social Psychology in the Clinic
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The study, assessment and treatment of people with psychological difficulties.
The tendency of mildly depressed people to make accurate rather than self-serving judgements, attributions, and predictions.
One's habitual way of explaining life events. A negative, pessimistic, depressive explanatory style attributes failure to stable, global, and internal causes.
An interdisciplinary field that integrates and applies behavioral and medical knowledge about health and disease.
The study of the psychological roots of health and illness. Offers psychology's contribution to behavioral medicine.