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Author Murphy, Ryan E
Title Health Psychology
Imprint Hauppauge : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2010
©2010
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Series Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
Note Intro -- HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY -- HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY -- LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- Chapter 1 FOR THE HEALTH OF IT: A BRIEF VERSION OF THE SITUATIONAL HUMOR RESPONSE QUESTIONNAIRE (MARTIN & LEFCOURT, 1984) -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- THEORIES OF HUMOR: AROUSAL, INCONGRUITY, SUPERIORITY/DISPARAGEMENT, AND BEHAVIORAL -- I. Arousal Theories -- II. Incongruity Theories -- III. Superiority/Disparagement Theories -- IV. Behavioral Models -- SUMMARY OF THEORETICAL EXPLANATIONS FOR THE BENEFITS OF HUMOR -- MEASUREMENT OF HUMOR AND LAUGHTER -- STUDY 1: METHOD -- Participants, Procedure, and Measures -- Measures -- 1) The Situational Humor Response Questionnaire (SHRQ -- Martin& Lefcourt, 1984) -- 2) Humor Initiation and Responsiveness Measure (HIRM -- Bell, McGhee, & Duffy, 1986 -- cited in Nahemour, McCluskey-Fawcett, & McGhee, 1986) -- 3) The Sense of Humor Questionnaire (SHQ -- Svebak, 1974) -- 4) The Coping Humor Scale (CHS -- Martin & Lefcourt, 1983) -- 5) Conformist Humor Rating Measure -- 6) The Daily Hassles Scale (DHS -- Kanner, Coyne, Schaefer, & Lazarus, 1981) -- 7) The Health Opinion Survey (HOS -- MacMillan, 1957) -- RESULTS -- Item Selection & Descriptive Statistics -- Construct Validity -- SHRQ Correlates -- Sex Differences -- DISCUSSION -- STUDY 2: METHOD -- Participants, Procedure, and Measures -- 1) Daily Hassles (DHS-56 -- see e.g., Delongis, Folkman, & Lazarus, 1988) -- 2) The Inventory of College Students' Recent Life Experiences (ICRLES17 -- Korotkov, in press-a and b -- see Kohn, Lafreniere, & Gurevich, 1990 for the full measure) -- 3) Short-form Perceived Stress Scale (PSS -- Cohen & Williamson, 1988) -- 4) The Memorial University of Newfoundland Scale of Happiness (MUNSH -- Kozma, Stones, & McNeil, 1991) -- 5) The Memorial University of Newfoundland Mood Scale (MUMS
see Kozma et al., 1991 and McNeil, 1987) -- 6) Dispositional Optimism (OPT -- see e.g., Scheier & Carver, 1987) -- 7) Extraversion (EXT) -- 8) Memorial University of Newfoundland Symptomatology Scale (MUSS -- Korotkov, 2000) -- RESULTS -- Descriptive Statistics -- Construct Validity -- SHRQ Correlates -- Sex Differences -- Stress Moderation -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- Psychometrics and the 12-item SHRQ -- Humor and Stress Moderation -- Implications, Limitations, and Suggestions for Further Research -- Summary and Conclusions -- AUTHOR NOTE -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2 DEVELOPMENTS IN CULTURAL COMPETENCY RESEARCH -- ABSTRACT -- PATIENT CENTERED APPROACH TO HEALTH DISPARITIES -- Disparities in Health Status, Care, and Outcomes -- Disparities in Rates of Illness, Mortality, and Care -- Cardiovascular Disease -- Diabetes -- Cancer -- Mental Health -- Factors Influencing Health Care Disparities -- Social Determinants -- Cultural Barriers -- Cultural Competency -- Cultural Competency Theory and Measurement -- PATIENT CENTERED CULTURAL COMPETENCY RESEARCH -- Development of a Patient Report Measure -- Perceptions of Physician's Cultural Competency and Satisfaction with the Visit -- Implementing Ask Me 3™ to Improve African American Patient Satisfaction and Perceptions of Physician Cultural Competency -- CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE RESEARCH -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3 THE DYNAMICS OF PAIN AND AFFECT: TOWARD A SALIENT PHENOTYPE FOR CHRONIC PAIN -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- ESTABLISHING A VALID PHENOTYPE -- NEURAL EVIDENCE -- NATURALISTIC EVIDENCE -- SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4 HYPNOSIS AS AN ADJUNCT TO COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY INTERVENTION FOR THE TREATMENT OF FIBROMYALGIA -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- Fibromyalgia -- Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia
Clinical Hypnosis for Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia -- 2. METHODS -- Treatment Programs Developed -- First Treatment Program -- Second Treatment Program -- Third Treatment Program -- Participants -- Procedure -- Instruments of Measure -- Numeric Rating Scale (NRS) -- Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS, Zigmond and Snaith, 1983) -- McGill Pain Questionnaire (MPQ, Melzack, 1975) -- Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire (FIQ, Burckhardt, Clark and Bennett, 1991) -- Medical Outcomes Study (MOS) Sleep Scale (MOS, Hays and Steward, 1992) -- Statistical Analysis -- 3. RESULTS -- 4. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5 CAN TECHNOLOGY IMPROVE THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC INSOMNIA? A REVIEW OF BEST PRACTICES -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN THE TREATMENT OF INSOMNIA -- ONLINE TREATMENTS -- Unique Features of Online Programs -- Telemedicine/Telehealth -- EVIDENCE-BASE FOR NEW TECHNOLOGIES -- Sleep Key -- Online Treatments -- Telemedicine/Telehealth -- METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN USING TECHNOLOGY IN RANDOMIZED TRIALS -- RECEPTIVITY -- Patient-Rated -- Provider-Rated -- Administration-rated -- IMPLICATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6 BENEFIT FINDING PREDICTS IMPROVED EMOTIONAL HEALTH FOLLOWING CARDIAC REHABILITATION -- ABSTRACT -- Objective -- Design -- Results -- Conclusion -- INTRODUCTION -- METHODS -- Participants -- Procedures -- Measures -- Benefit Finding -- Optimism -- Social Support -- Spirituality -- Coping -- Positive and Negative Emotion -- Statistical Analyses -- RESULTS -- Did Positive and Negative Emotion Change From Pre to Post Cardiac Rehabilitation? -- Did Benefit Finding Predict Positive Emotion at Follow Up? -- Did Benefit Finding Predict Negative Emotion at Follow Up? -- Does Benefit Finding Predict Emotion at Follow Up in a Multivariate Model? -- CONCLUSION -- AUTHOR NOTE -- REFERENCES
Chapter 7 NEGOTIATING BLAME AS A FAT CHILD'S PARENT: A CASE STUDY -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- CHILDREN'S FATNESS AND PARENTHOOD: THE FINNISH CONTEXT -- DATA AND METHODOLOGY -- ANALYSIS -- Case 1 -- Case 2 -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8 TRUST IN HEALTH CARE: CONCEPTUAL ISSUES AND EMPIRICAL RESEARCH -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION: THE CONCEPT OF TRUST -- INSTRUMENTS THAT MEASURE TRUST AND EMPIRICAL FINDINGS ON THE TOPIC -- DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRUST AND FACTORS THAT AFFECT THEM -- CONSEQUENCES OF TRUST IN THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM -- FUTURE RESEARCH NEEDS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 9 IMPROVING THE PUBLIC HEALTH IMPACT OF INTERNET-DELIVERED INTERVENTIONS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- INTERACTIONAL RICHNESS -- NEED FOR COGNITION -- Example -- Explanation -- Hypothesis -- COGNITIVE LOAD -- Example -- Explanation -- Hypothesis -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 10 LEISURE AND DEPRESSION IN MIDLIFE: A TAIWANESE NATIONAL SURVEY OF MIDDLE-AGED ADULTS -- ABSTRACT -- SUCCESSFUL MIDLIFE TRANSITION: CONSOLIDATING THE GAINS IN LIFE -- LEISURE: THE INCREMENTAL VALUE BEYOND OTHER RESOURCES FOR A SUCCESSFUL MIDLIFE TRANSITION -- METHOD -- Samples and Procedures -- INSTRUMENTS -- Demographic Information -- Social Support -- Physical Health -- Leisure Participation -- Depression -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
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