The Health Psychology Reader is designed to complement and support the recent textbook Health Psychology: Theory, Research and Practice by David F. Marks, Michael Murray, Brian Evans and Carla Willig (SAGE, 2000). It can also be used as a stand-alone resource given its didactic nature. The Reader explores key topics within the health psychology field with incisive introductions to each section by the Editor and includes a selection of the most important theoretical and empirical published work. 

Cultural Diversity in Causal Attributions for Illness: The Role of the Supernatural

Cultural Diversity in Causal Attributions for Illness: The Role of the Supernatural
Cultural diversity in causal attributions for illness: The role of the supernatural
HopeLandrine
Elizabeth A.Klonoff

Health Psychology researchers have examined people's beliefs about the causes of illness because these appear to be important mediators of health-related behavior and of illness ...

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