How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "healthy psychology"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "healthy psychology"

12 terms
Healthy Psychology
Behavioral Medicine
Health Psychology
Biomedical tradition
Psychosocial perspectives
Integration of behavioral science and medicine... Scientific inv…
Psychology's role as a science in behavioral medicine... Promoti…
Purely biologically focused
Illness and disease caused by psychological factors... Psychosom…
Behavioral Medicine
Integration of behavioral science and medicine... Scientific inv…
Health Psychology
Psychology's role as a science in behavioral medicine... Promoti…
15 terms
Healthy Psychology
Blue Zones
Emotional Health <--> Physical Health
Psychosocial Effects on Biology
Factors that Influence Stress Physiology
What promotes physical health in certain parts of the world?…
Depression worsens:... - cancer progression... - heart disease... - HI…
stress and activation of the hypothalmic-pituitary-adrenal ax…
- controllability... - social-evluative threat (control of socia…
Blue Zones
What promotes physical health in certain parts of the world?…
Emotional Health <--> Physical Health
Depression worsens:... - cancer progression... - heart disease... - HI…
16 terms
Healthy psychology
Sensation:
Perception:
Bottom up
Top-down
raw sensory area data, light in eye, pressure in skin
organization and interpretation of your sensation, recognize…
data driven, looking at something your unfamiliar with, start…
using models ideas and interpretations to interpret sensory i…
Sensation:
raw sensory area data, light in eye, pressure in skin
Perception:
organization and interpretation of your sensation, recognize…
23 terms
Healthy Psychology
The biopsychosocial model of health
health psychology
stress effects on general physical hea…
stress effects on mental health
-- psychological,social and biological aka mind, body and soc…
-- uses the principles and methods of psychology to understan…
-- higher rates of illness ... -- lower immune response ... - less…
-- worsens mood ... -- heightens risk for depression ... -- biologi…
The biopsychosocial model of health
-- psychological,social and biological aka mind, body and soc…
health psychology
-- uses the principles and methods of psychology to understan…
12 terms
healthy psychology
health psych
A stressor:
Appraisal:
Stress reaction:
study of the impact of stress on broader fields of health
something that you call stressful, viewed as challenging or o…
deciding whether or not something is viewed as a stressor
emotional and physical responses
health psych
study of the impact of stress on broader fields of health
A stressor:
something that you call stressful, viewed as challenging or o…
26 terms
healthy psychology
health psychology
psychoneuroimmunology
stressor
stress
studies the links between psychology and illness
subfield of health psychology that studies the relationship b…
circumstances and events in your life that produce threats to…
your response to stressors
health psychology
studies the links between psychology and illness
psychoneuroimmunology
subfield of health psychology that studies the relationship b…
13 terms
Healthy psychology
Describe the stage model of behaviour…
What are the principles of smoking ces…
Stopping smoking by what age can reduc…
Stopping smoking after how many years…
...
...
...
...
Describe the stage model of behaviour…
...
What are the principles of smoking ces…
...
Healthy Psychology Exam 2
15-24
Smoking
A
B
Women between the ages of _____ are most likely to be sufferi…
_________ is the single greatest cause of preventable death.
Chronic stress appears to _________.... A) contribute to psycho…
Which of the following statements best defines coping?... A) Th…
15-24
Women between the ages of _____ are most likely to be sufferi…
Smoking
_________ is the single greatest cause of preventable death.
40 terms
Healthy Psychology Chapter 9
Acupuncture
Adherence
Ayurvedic medicine
Chiropractic medicine
A technique of healing and pain control, developed in China,…
The degree to which an individual follows a recommended healt…
An ancient approach to healing developed in India that focuse…
A type of medicine that involves performing adjustments on th…
Acupuncture
A technique of healing and pain control, developed in China,…
Adherence
The degree to which an individual follows a recommended healt…
26 terms
Healthy Psychology Chapter 10
Acupuncture
Acute Pain
Biofeedback... (operant learning process)
Chronic Benign Pain
a technique of healing and pain control, developed in China,…
short-term pain that usually results from a specific injury.…
a method whereby an individual is provided with ongoing, spec…
pain that typically persists for 6 months or longer and is re…
Acupuncture
a technique of healing and pain control, developed in China,…
Acute Pain
short-term pain that usually results from a specific injury.…
19 terms
Healthy Psychology - motivational interviewing
Motivational interviewing
Collaboration
Evocation
Autonomy
A client centered, directive method for enhancing intrisic mo…
Work with the client, avoid authoritarian tone
We aren't finding reasons for change, we are eliciting reason…
Decision to change lies within the client, and will be motive…
Motivational interviewing
A client centered, directive method for enhancing intrisic mo…
Collaboration
Work with the client, avoid authoritarian tone
Healthy Psychology Chapter 10
Acupuncture
Acute Pain
Biofeedback... (operant learning process)
Chronic Benign Pain
a technique of healing and pain control, developed in China,…
short-term pain that usually results from a specific injury.…
a method whereby an individual is provided with ongoing, spec…
pain that typically persists for 6 months or longer and is re…
Acupuncture
a technique of healing and pain control, developed in China,…
Acute Pain
short-term pain that usually results from a specific injury.…
17 terms
Healthy Psychology - Chapter 11
Difference between Benign and Malignan…
Metastasis
Leukemia
Deadly form of Skin Cancer
(1) Benign Tumors... - noncancerous... - tend to remain localized a…
The process by which malignant body cells proliferate in numb…
Cancer of the blood and blood-producing system
Melanoma... - skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in A…
Difference between Benign and Malignan…
(1) Benign Tumors... - noncancerous... - tend to remain localized a…
Metastasis
The process by which malignant body cells proliferate in numb…
13 terms
Psychology Exam - Healthy Minds
Coping Strategies
Strategies for Building Resilience
Resilience
Risk Factors
Physical Exercise, Nutrition, Structured Daily Activities, Ed…
Make Connections, Avoid seeing crises' as insurmountable prob…
The process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma…
Unemployment, Low family income, Violence in the family, Lack…
Coping Strategies
Physical Exercise, Nutrition, Structured Daily Activities, Ed…
Strategies for Building Resilience
Make Connections, Avoid seeing crises' as insurmountable prob…
20 terms
Healthy Psychology - Chapter 10
Leading cause of death in the USA
Atherosclerosis
Arteriosclerosis
Angina
Cardiovascular Disease (Stroke and Coronary Heart Disease)
A chronic disease in which cholesterol and other fats are dep…
Also called "hardening of the arteries" a disease in which bl…
A condition of extreme chest pain caused by a restriction of…
Leading cause of death in the USA
Cardiovascular Disease (Stroke and Coronary Heart Disease)
Atherosclerosis
A chronic disease in which cholesterol and other fats are dep…
10 terms
Healthy Psychology - Chapter 12
AIDS
Pandemic
Leading way of transmitting disease wo…
HIV
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)... - the most advanced…
Prevalent over a whole country or world
World Wide: Heterosexually (MF)... US: Homosexually (MM)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) ... - A virus that infects ce…
AIDS
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)... - the most advanced…
Pandemic
Prevalent over a whole country or world
11 terms
Psychology of healthy relationships
Characteristics of Self Actualizing pe…
Self Awareness
Freedom
Honesty
Self awareness, Freedom, Honesty, Trust
More aware of themselves, or others, and reality. They displa…
Willing to make choice for themselves.
Shows deep caring for themselves and others.
Characteristics of Self Actualizing pe…
Self awareness, Freedom, Honesty, Trust
Self Awareness
More aware of themselves, or others, and reality. They displa…
52 terms
Healthy & sport Psychology
Healthy Psychology
Stress
Distress
Stressor
Study of how people stay healthy, why the become ill, and how…
physical and mental response to a challenging or threatening…
destructive form of the stress response
stressful event or situation
Healthy Psychology
Study of how people stay healthy, why the become ill, and how…
Stress
physical and mental response to a challenging or threatening…
9 terms
Psychology: Healthy Living Studies
Health belief model
Locus of control
Self efficiacy
Media campaign
Becker... use HBM to explain mother's adherence to a treatment r…
Rotter... investigate individual perceptions of ability to contr…
Murray and Mcmillan... examined role of psychological models in…
cowpe assess effectiveness of television health promotion to…
Health belief model
Becker... use HBM to explain mother's adherence to a treatment r…
Locus of control
Rotter... investigate individual perceptions of ability to contr…
14 terms
Healthy Psychology - Chapter 6
Stress
Stressors
Person-environment fit
General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS)
A negative emotional experience accompanied by predictable bi…
Stimuli that produce stress (e.g. noise, bad relationships, e…
Stress is the consequence of a person's appraisal processes:…
When an organism confronts a stressor it mobilizes itself for…
Stress
A negative emotional experience accompanied by predictable bi…
Stressors
Stimuli that produce stress (e.g. noise, bad relationships, e…
52 terms
Healthy Psychology Exam 1
Precontemplation
Contemplation
Preparation
Action
No intention to take action within the next 6 mos. (Cons=HIGH…
Intends to take action within the next 6 mos. (Cons/Pros=EQUA…
Intends to take action within the next 30 days and has take s…
Changed overt behavior for less than 6 mos. (Cons=LOW, Pros=H…
Precontemplation
No intention to take action within the next 6 mos. (Cons=HIGH…
Contemplation
Intends to take action within the next 6 mos. (Cons/Pros=EQUA…
10 terms
Psychology Healthy Habits
Weight Control
Exercise
Nutrition
Use of Alcohol
Consume the number of calories to maintain weight.
Move 30 minutes 3 times a week, weight bearing, stretching.
Eat balanced meals based on food pyramid.
Moderate use: 1 per day for women, 2 for men, no drinking and…
Weight Control
Consume the number of calories to maintain weight.
Exercise
Move 30 minutes 3 times a week, weight bearing, stretching.
43 terms
healthy psychology exam 1
___ people die per day from smoking
3 eras of public health and medicine
era of sanitation
era of infectious disease
500,000
era of sanitation, infectious disease, and chronic disease
drainage, sewage, sanitation
vaccines and antibiotics
___ people die per day from smoking
500,000
3 eras of public health and medicine
era of sanitation, infectious disease, and chronic disease
9 terms
psychology healthy living
Becker
Rotter
Bandura
Cowpe
Health Belief Model
Locus of Control
Self Efficacy
Media Campaigns
Becker
Health Belief Model
Rotter
Locus of Control
56 terms
Healthy Psychology 260
Health Psychology
Psychological Factors vs Physical Health
Physiological Responses
Psychological Factors
-The field of health psychology addresses how one's behavior…
-Psychological factors can have a direct influence on physica…
-Both personality traits and social factors are associated wi…
-Influence the development and treatment of pain and chronic…
Health Psychology
-The field of health psychology addresses how one's behavior…
Psychological Factors vs Physical Health
-Psychological factors can have a direct influence on physica…
52 terms
psychology healthy living
becker aim
becker participants
becker method
becker results
to use the hbm to explain a mothers adherence to her childs m…
111 mothers 17-54 with children aged 9 months to 17 years
each mother interviewed and asked q's regarding... childs suscep…
a positive correlation between mothers belief about her child…
becker aim
to use the hbm to explain a mothers adherence to her childs m…
becker participants
111 mothers 17-54 with children aged 9 months to 17 years
87 terms
Healthy Psychology Test 1
Bio-medical model
4 key perspectives of healthy psychology
1.The BioPsychoSocial Model
2.Health as a continuum
-Illness is caused by uncontrollable internal and external th…
1. biopsychosocial... 2.health as a continuum... 3. direct and indi…
-Illness is caused by a multitude of things (biology, social,…
How we get, adapt, and respond to illness
Bio-medical model
-Illness is caused by uncontrollable internal and external th…
4 key perspectives of healthy psychology
1. biopsychosocial... 2.health as a continuum... 3. direct and indi…
42 terms
Healthy Psychology Exam I
Health Psychology Focuses on
Dunbar and Alexander
Henry Beecher
Biopsychosocial Model
Etiologies and correlations... Prevention and treatment ... Promoti…
Personalities relate to illness... Body Disorders deal with emot…
WWII: Saline and placebo pill with soldiers
health and illness are consequences of the... interplay of biolo…
Health Psychology Focuses on
Etiologies and correlations... Prevention and treatment ... Promoti…
Dunbar and Alexander
Personalities relate to illness... Body Disorders deal with emot…
131 terms
Healthy psychology exam 1
acute health
chronic health
changes in life expectancy
higher life expectancy
short term illnesses that are normally caused by bacteria or…
slowly developing. not very easy to cure. normally managed by…
1990: 47.3 was the life expectancy. today it is 77
lower infant death rate... widespread vaccinations... safer drinkin…
acute health
short term illnesses that are normally caused by bacteria or…
chronic health
slowly developing. not very easy to cure. normally managed by…
69 terms
Psychology for Healthy Minds
Hedonic Tradition and the Eudaimonic T…
Mental Health Foundation
What does psychological health mean?
Psychiatry
Pleasant life and the meaningful life.
Good mental health reflects not just the absence of diagnosab…
NHS: well-being involves both the mind and the body.... WHO: pos…
Concerned with diagnosis, treatment and management of mental…
Hedonic Tradition and the Eudaimonic T…
Pleasant life and the meaningful life.
Mental Health Foundation
Good mental health reflects not just the absence of diagnosab…
124 terms
Healthy Psychology Exam 3
what are the components of quality of…
how can denial be an adaptive response…
what are some specific examples of den…
when can denial be an adaptive respons…
physical functioning, psychological status, social functionin…
it can protect the person from depression, anxiety, and distr…
fewer days in intensive care, fewer signs of cardiac dysfunct…
immediately after a diagnosis
what are the components of quality of…
physical functioning, psychological status, social functionin…
how can denial be an adaptive response…
it can protect the person from depression, anxiety, and distr…
126 terms
Exam 1 Healthy Psychology
Preterm Baby
Premature Death
Father of Modern Medicine
Hippocrates Emphasized
less than 5.5 pounds
less than 37 weeks
Hippocrates
Healthy diet, sleep, and exercise
Preterm Baby
less than 5.5 pounds
Premature Death
less than 37 weeks
31 terms
Healthy Psychology Test 1
Health Psychology
Health
Biomedical Model
Biopsychosocial Model
The study of psychological factors that influence physical he…
The absence of disease or infirmity, coupled with a complete…
The viewpoint that illness can be explained on the basis of a…
The view that biological, psychological, and social factors a…
Health Psychology
The study of psychological factors that influence physical he…
Health
The absence of disease or infirmity, coupled with a complete…
22 terms
Staying Healthy and Positive Psychology
Health Belief Model
Perceived susceptibility
Perceived severity
Perceived benefits
Our health decisions are based on how we perceive health thre…
Subjective assessment of risk of developing a health problem,…
Refers to degree people deem a particular disease or conditio…
Individual's assessment of value or efficacy of engaging in a…
Health Belief Model
Our health decisions are based on how we perceive health thre…
Perceived susceptibility
Subjective assessment of risk of developing a health problem,…
18 terms
Cross Cultural Psychology- Healthy Psychology
Biomedical Model (Definition) of Health
Biopsychosocial Model (definition) of…
Holistic Model (definition) of Health
Indicators of Health
-disease results from a specific identifiable cause such as a…
all 3 dimensions (biological, psychological, and social) are…
balance between self and nature across various roles of life…
1) Life expectancy- average number of years a person is expec…
Biomedical Model (Definition) of Health
-disease results from a specific identifiable cause such as a…
Biopsychosocial Model (definition) of…
all 3 dimensions (biological, psychological, and social) are…
9 terms
Healthy & Clinical Psychology- STRESS.
Behavioural symptoms of stress.
Physical symptoms of stress.
What is the use of studying stress?
What is stress a biological response to?
-Too much sleep.... -Too little sleep.... -Nightmares.... -Nervous hab…
-Migraines.... -Tension headaches.... -Digestive problems.... -Shallow…
-It causes psychological problems (like anxiety and depressio…
-A stressor.... -The bodies stress response causes an increase i…
Behavioural symptoms of stress.
-Too much sleep.... -Too little sleep.... -Nightmares.... -Nervous hab…
Physical symptoms of stress.
-Migraines.... -Tension headaches.... -Digestive problems.... -Shallow…
33 terms
Year 12 Psychology - Healthy Minds
Socio-cultural issues affecting mental…
Personal l.o.e affecting mental health
Biological l.o.e affecting mental health
Basic l.o.e affecting mental health
Global issues (wars, media, racism/rights, fear, technology),…
Age, gender, personality/temperament
Genetic predisposition, hormones, substance abuse, food, fitn…
Observational learning from role models, parents, friends (li…
Socio-cultural issues affecting mental…
Global issues (wars, media, racism/rights, fear, technology),…
Personal l.o.e affecting mental health
Age, gender, personality/temperament
84 terms
Psychological Disorders, Stress, and Healthy Psychology
the medical model
symptom
diagnosis
prognosis
proposes psychological disorders have a biological basis
signs that show you may have a certain disorder
when you have declared you have a certain disorder
the steps to control or get rid of the disorder
the medical model
proposes psychological disorders have a biological basis
symptom
signs that show you may have a certain disorder
33 terms
Year 12 Psychology - Healthy Minds
Socio-cultural issues affecting mental…
Personal l.o.e affecting mental health
Biological l.o.e affecting mental health
Basic l.o.e affecting mental health
Global issues (wars, media, racism/rights, fear, technology),…
Age, gender, personality/temperament
Genetic predisposition, hormones, substance abuse, food, fitn…
Observational learning from role models, parents, friends (li…
Socio-cultural issues affecting mental…
Global issues (wars, media, racism/rights, fear, technology),…
Personal l.o.e affecting mental health
Age, gender, personality/temperament
FLC Stage 2 Psychology: Healthy Minds
Mentally healthy
Socio-cultural
Person
Biological
When a person is able to have normal functions of emotional a…
Level of explanation influenced or caused by society.
Level of explanation which analyses individual differences in…
Level of explanation that involves brain processes, physiolog…
Mentally healthy
When a person is able to have normal functions of emotional a…
Socio-cultural
Level of explanation influenced or caused by society.
13 terms
Chapter 3; Stress and Healthy Psychology
Stress
Stressor
Chronic Stress
Hassle
The interpretation of specific events, called stressors, as t…
A trigger or stimulus that induces stress.
A continuous state of arousal in which demands are perceived…
Any small problem of daily living that accumulates and someti…
Stress
The interpretation of specific events, called stressors, as t…
Stressor
A trigger or stimulus that induces stress.
18 terms
Psychology G543 - Healthy Living
Becker et al
Becker et al (part 2)
Rotter
Rotter (part 2)
Aim: To use the HBM to explain mother's adherence to a drug r…
Results: Positive correlations found between mother's belief…
Aim: To investigate the LOC theory... Method: A review article... P…
Results: Studies consistently showed that the participants wh…
Becker et al
Aim: To use the HBM to explain mother's adherence to a drug r…
Becker et al (part 2)
Results: Positive correlations found between mother's belief…
A2 Psychology- Healthy Living
Health Belief Model (Becker et al)
Locus of Control (Rotter and Wallston)
Self-efficacy (Bandura)
Cowpe- findings
Influencing factors, Individual/social differences, Beliefs r…
Internal, Powerful others, Chance
Enactive, vicarious, persuasory, emotive
Decline in each area over 12 month period of the campaign was…
Health Belief Model (Becker et al)
Influencing factors, Individual/social differences, Beliefs r…
Locus of Control (Rotter and Wallston)
Internal, Powerful others, Chance
13 terms
FLC Stage 2 Psychology: Healthy Minds
Mentally healthy
Socio-cultural
Person
Biological
When a person is able to have normal functions of emotional a…
Level of explanation influenced or caused by society.
Level of explanation which analyses individual differences in…
Level of explanation that involves brain processes, physiolog…
Mentally healthy
When a person is able to have normal functions of emotional a…
Socio-cultural
Level of explanation influenced or caused by society.
67 terms
chapter 1: introducing healthy psychology
health psychology
health
trephination
Hippocrates
subfield of psychology that applies psychological principles…
involves physical as well as psychological and social well-be…
ancient medical intervention in which a hole was drilled into…
- ancient Greece philosopher (440-377 B.C.E)... - "father of mod…
health psychology
subfield of psychology that applies psychological principles…
health
involves physical as well as psychological and social well-be…
12 terms
Psychology of healthy relationships: key people
Carl Rodgers
Person-Centered Approch
Nat Rodgers
Expressive arts
Non-Judgmental listening/acceptance
Founded by Carl Rodgers
Expressive Arts
Used to enhance personal growth for individuals and groups.
Carl Rodgers
Non-Judgmental listening/acceptance
Person-Centered Approch
Founded by Carl Rodgers
18 terms
Psychology- The Healthy Mind- Stress & Health
Stress
Stressor
Cognitive Appraisal
Chronic Stressor
Unpleasant emotional state that results from the perception o…
Stimulus that serves as a source of stress
Personal interpretation of a situation
Prolonged source of stress
Stress
Unpleasant emotional state that results from the perception o…
Stressor
Stimulus that serves as a source of stress
9 terms
A2 psychology -Healthy Living
Health Belief Model
Locus of control
Self-Efficacy
Media campaigns
Becker 1
Townsend
Bandura and Adams
McVey
Health Belief Model
Becker 1
Locus of control
Townsend
9 terms
Psychology - Healthy Living - Theories Of Health Belief
Health Belief Model Intro
Health Belief Model
HBM Study
Locus Of Control Intro
- Psychologists are interested in the role of of health belie…
- DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES - things such as age, gender, social…
Abraham - AbraHBM... - He looked at how the various components o…
- One reason to explain why people might not adopt certain he…
Health Belief Model Intro
- Psychologists are interested in the role of of health belie…
Health Belief Model
- DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES - things such as age, gender, social…
55 terms
Psychology- A2- Healthy Living and Stress
Who developed the Health Belief Model?
What are the components of the HBM?
What is the HBM?
What does locus of control relate to?
Becker et al
Susceptibility to illness... Severity of the illness... The costs i…
Cues to action- internal/ external cues... Individual/ social di…
Where we feel the control over events in our lives come from
Who developed the Health Belief Model?
Becker et al
What are the components of the HBM?
Susceptibility to illness... Severity of the illness... The costs i…
1 of 10