Health Psychology

Resources & References

An Online Course:
Foundations of Health Psychology

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Online Resources

American Heart Association (2016) – Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. 911 Warnings Signs of a Heart Attack.

American Academy of Pain Medicine (2011) Get the Facts on Pain.

Cedars-Sinai Education. Ordinary Heart Cells Become “Biological Pacemakers” with Injection of a Single Gene.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC – Heart Disease Home – DHDSP.

Center for Disease Control. (n.d.). Immunity Types.

Greater Good Science Center

National Institute of Mental Health Chronic Illness & Mental Health. NIMH. Chronic Illness and Mental Health

Mindful

Mindful Awareness Research Center

The British Psychological Society. (2011). What is Health Psychology? A guide for the public.

Tomasi, D., & Volko, N. (2011). Laterality Patterns of Brain Functional Connectivity: Gender Effects.

World Health Organization. WHO | Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs).

Zur, O. & Nordmarken, N. (2011). To Touch Or Not To Touch: Exploring the Myth of Prohibition On Touch In Psychotherapy And Counseling.

 

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