Wellbeing Psychology

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Key Concepts. Wellbeing Psychology: wellbeing is the impact of both our physiology (eating routine/activity) and brain science (stress/social support).Lifestyle: the examples of our ordinary choices which describe our behavior.Stress: individual reaction to occasions that debilitate to disturb our day by day practices..

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+ = Health Psychology

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Key Concepts Health Psychology : wellbeing is the impact of both our physiology (slim down/work out) and brain science (push/social support). Way of life : the examples of our regular choices which portray our conduct. Push : individual reaction to occasions that undermine to upset our day by day practices.

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General Adaptation Syndrome Alarm Resistance Exhaustion COGNITIVE APPRAISAL

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Sympathetic Fight or Flight Eyes open Wide Mouth Goes Dry Hr Increase Start to Sweat Parasympathetic Maintenance & Refuel Eyes contract Mouth Waters Digestion Blood far from muscles Autonomic Nervous System

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Level of stress (Holmes & Rahe, 1967) Length of the stressor (Cohen et al., 1998) Relationship between Stress & Health p. 498

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Stress Buffers Social Support Optimism versus Negativity Exercise p. 503

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Optimists Problem-centered Suppress contending exercises Look for social bolster Pessimists Denial/Distancing Disengage from objective Focus on their sentiments Coping Strategies p. 503

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Yerkes-Dodson law

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Strategies for Health Education Health Belief Model (Becker, 1974) PRECEDE Model (Green, 1984) Social Cognitive Theory (Bandura, 1977) Stages of Change (Prochaska & DiClemente, 1983) Elder, Apodaca, Parra-Medina, &DeNuncio (1998)

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Strong positive expectation to change. Min of boundaries. Forces the abilities. "Accept" in the mediation Perceive the conduct as ordinary. Steady with self-pattern. "Feel" great about the conduct. Get fortification from your condition. Covering Ideas

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Health Belief Model 1. Seen risk 2. Conviction a conduct will ease push

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Influence of Social Factors Individualistic Perspective Religion Cultural/Social Isolation SES cultural assimilation

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Risk Factors Smoking Diet Exercise Alcohol Interventions Social Support Contingency Contracts Extinction Drug treatment Risk Factors & Wellness Problems Cardiovascular Cancer Overweight Korsokov's Risky Behaviors

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Prevention Primary Prevention: lessen the event of the sickness. Pick up Framing Secondary Prevention: diminish the seriousness of the sickness. Significance of early identification. Misfortune Framing

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