Author: J.A. Skelton,Robert T. Croyle
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K (June 1, 1991)
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Social Hygiene Movement and Psychology: Towards Another Paradigm in Mental Health.
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Part of the Contributions to Psychology and Medicine book series (CONTRIBUTIONS). This book thoroughly explores the field of disease representation, describes and discusses lay illness models in a variety of social, histo- rical and cultural contexts. AIDS alcohol assessment cognition coping diabetes intervention management perception. 2. epartment of Psychology, Benjamin D. James CenterDickinson CollegeCarlisleUSA. epartment of of UtahSalt Lake CityUSA. Bibliographic information.
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How do individuals conceive illness and symptoms? Do theirconceptions conflict with the physician's views of theirillness, and what happens if they do? This book thoroughlyexplores the field of disease representation, describes anddiscusses lay illness models in a variety of social, histo-rical and cultural contexts.
Contributions to medical psychology. Indigenous representations of illness and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. In Skelton, J. A. & Croyle, R. T. (Ed. Mental representation in health and illness (pp. 10–31). Social Science and Medicine, 60, 691–700. Lobban, . Barrowclough, C. & Jones, S. (2004). The impact of beliefs about mental health problems and coping on outcome in schizophrenia. Psychological Medicine, 34, 1165–76. Meyer, . Leventhal, H. & Gutmann, M. (1985). Theunissen, N. C. Ridder, D. Bensing, J. M. & Rutten, G. E. H. (2003).
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Mental Representation in Health and Illness How do individuals conceive illness and symptoms? Do their conceptions conflict with the physician's views of their illness, and what happens if they do? This book thoroughly explores the field of disease representation, describes and discusses lay illnes. Contributions to Psychology and Medicine. Springer, Springer New York.
Keywords: Concept of health; Concept of illness; Health psychology. health and health and illness − related issues are increasingly being investigated. physical and mental health functioning. O significado de saúde e doença: algumas considerações para a psicologia da saúde Resumo A importância de se conhecerem os conceitos de saúde e da doença dos indivíduos vem sendo reconhecida pelos pesquisadores da área pelas suas implicações teóricas e práticas para a psicologia da saúde e da educação. In consonance, the objective of this.
This book should be read by all mental health team members working with . It is also relevant for advanced students in health psychology and behavioral medicine, and for professionals in related health fields.
This book should be read by all mental health team members working with disturbed psychiatric patients on an inpatient basis, as well as by management staff responsible for establishing and running these services. A secondary audience includes non-mental health professionals who may also manage behaviors, including educators, law enforcement, administrators, and others. The reader will gain a concrete framework that will support their task of implementing this approach within their program, organization, and/or system of care.
Films, television programs, books, magazines, and news programs often stereotype the mentally ill as being violent or unpredictable, unlike the great majority of the actual mentally ill. As a result, some of the public stigmatize the mentally ill and believe that the mentally ill should be shunned, locked away in mental institutions, heavily medicated, or a combination of the three.