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The Science Of Psychology: An Appreciative View (1st Canadian Edition) 2021 book

The Science Of Psychology: An Appreciative View (1st Canadian Edition)

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The Science Of Psychology: An Appreciative View (1st Canadian Edition)

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Table Of Contents

Table of Contents and Preface
	Cover page
	Title Page
	Copyright
	Dedication Page
	About the Authors
	Brief Contents
	Contents
	Preface
		Appreciating What Is Right With You
		Applying Psychology to the Real World
		Appreciating Psychology as an Integrated Whole
		Appreciating Psychology as a Science
		Appreciating Psychology’s Role in Health and Wellness
		How Was This Textbook “Canadianized”?
		Appreciating Our Dynamic Field: Chapter Highlights
	Acknowledgements
	Award-Winning Technology
		Instructor resources for The Science of Psychology
	Connect
		SMARTBOOK
		SUPPORT AT EVERY STEP
Chapter 1: What Is Psychology?
	Chapter 1 Introduction
		How Do We Unlock the Secrets of the Mind?
	1. What Is This Book About?
		What Is Active Reading?
	2. What Is the Definition of Psychology?
		What Is the Psychological Frame of Mind?
		Why Is Psychology the Science of All Human Behaviour?
	3. What Is the Historical Perspective of Psychology?
		What Are Wundt’s Structuralism and James’s Functionalism?
		What Is Darwin’s Natural Selection?
	4. What Are the Contemporary Approaches to Psychology?
		What Is the Biological Approach?
		WhatIs the Behavioural Approach?
		What Is the Psychodynamic Approach?
		What Is the Humanistic Approach?
		What Is the Cognitive Approach?
		What Is the Evolutionary Approach?
		What Is the Sociocultural Approach?
		How Do We Sum Up the Seven Contemporary Approaches?
	5. What Do Psychologists Do?
		What Are Some Careers in Psychology?
		What Are the Different Areas of Specialization?
	6. How Does the Science of Psychology Affect Health and Wellness?
		How Does the Mind Impact the Body?
		How Does the Body Impact the Mind?
	Summary
		1. What Is This Book About?
		2. What Is the Definition of Psychology?
		3. What Is the Historical Perspective of Psychology?
		4. What Are the Contemporary Approaches to Psychology?
		5. What Do Psychologists Do?
		6. How Does the Science of Psychology Affect Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 2: What Is the Scientific Method in Psychology?
	Chapter 2 Introduction
		Does Using Your Cell PhoneIncrease Your Riskof Injury?
	1. What Is the Scientific Method?
		Step 1. Observing Some Phenomenon
		Step 2. Formulating Hypotheses and Predictions
		Step 3. Testing Through Empirical Research
		Step 4. Drawing Conclusions
		Step 5. Evaluating the Theory
	2. What Research Designs Are Used in Psychological Research?
		What Is Descriptive Research?
		What Is Experimental Research?
		How Can Psychologists Use Descriptive and Experimental Research?
	3. Who and Where Do We Study?
		How Do We Select Participants for Research?
		How Do We Choose Where to Do Research?
	4. How Do We Analyze and Interpret the Data We Collect?
		What Are Descriptive Statistics?
		What Are Inferential Statistics?
	5. How Do We Make Sure Our Research Is Ethical?
		What Ethical Guidelines Must Psychology Researchers Follow?
		What Are the Ethical Considerations of Animal Research?
	6. How Do We Critically Evaluate Psychological Research?
		1. Have I Avoided Overgeneralizing Based on Little Information?
		2. Have I Distinguished Between Group Results and the Individual?
		3. Have I Looked for Answers Beyond a Single Study?
		4. Have I Avoided Attributing Causes Where None Have Been Found?
		5. Have I Considered the Source of Psychological Information?
	7. Can Research Help Us Be Happier?
	Summary
		1. What Is the Scientific Method?
		2. What Research Designs Are Used in Psychological Research?
		3. Who and Where Do We Study?
		4. How Do We Analyze and Interpret the Data We Collect?
		5. How Do We Make Sure Our Research Is Ethical?
		6. How Do We Critically Evaluate Psychological Research?
		7. Can Research Help Us Be Happier?
	Key Terms
Chapter 3: What Are the Biological Foundations of Behaviour?
	Chapter 3 Introduction
		Do Zombies Walk Among Us?
	1. What Is the Nervous System?
		What Are Characteristics of the Nervous System?
		What Are the Pathways in the Nervous System?
		What Are the Divisions of the Nervous System?
	2. What Are Neurons and Glial Cells?
		What Is the Structure of a Neuron?
		How Does Information Travel Inside a Neuron?
		How Does Information Travel Between Neurons?
		How Do Groups of Neurons Communicate?
	3. What Are the Major Parts of the Brain and How Do We Study Them?
		How Do Researchers Study the Brain and Nervous System?
		How Is the Brain Organized?
		What Is the Cerebral Cortex and What Does It Do?
		What Is the Difference Between the Two Cerebral Hemispheres and How Does Split-Brain Research Help Us Understand This Difference?
		How Do the Different Parts of the Brain Work Together?
	4. What Is the Endocrine System?
	5. How Can We Recover from Brain Damage?
		What Is Brain Plasticity and the Brain’s Capacity for Repair?
		What Are Brain Tissue Implants?
	6. What Does Genetics Have to Do with Psychology and Behaviour?
		What Are Chromosomes, Genes, and DNA?
		How Is Genetics Studied?
		Are We a Product of Genes or the Environment?
	7. How Does Stress Impact Our Health and Wellness?
	Summary
		1. What Is the Nervous System?
		2. What Are Neurons and Glial Cells?
		3. What Are the Major Parts of the Brain and How Do We Study Them?
		4. What Is the Endocrine System?
		5. How Can We Recover from Brain Damage?
		6. What Do Genetics Have to Do with Psychology and Behaviour?
		7. How Does Stress Impact Our Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 4: What Are Sensation and Perception?
	Chapter 4 Introduction
		What Makes Potato Chips Sound Delicious?
	1. How Do We Sense and Perceive the World?
		What Are the Processes and Purposes of Sensation and Perception?
		How Are Sensory Receptors and the Brain Connected?
		What Are the Thresholds for Detecting Stimuli?
		What Is Signal Detection Theory?
		What Factors Influence Our Perception?
		What Is Sensory Adaptation?
	2. What Is the Visual System?
		How and What Does the Visual System See?
		How Does the Brain Process Visual Information?
		How Do We See Colour?
		How Do We Perceive Shape, Depth, Motion, and Constancy?
	3. What Is the Auditory System?
		What Is Sound and How Do We Experience It?
		What Are the Structures and Functions of the Ear?
		What Theories Explain Hearing?
		How Does the Brain Process Auditory Information?
		How Can We Tell Where a Sound Comes From?
	4. What Are the Other Senses?
		What Are the Skin Senses?
		What Are the Chemical Senses?
		What Are the Kinesthetic and Vestibular Senses?
	5. How Do We Keep Our Sensation and Perception Systems Healthy?
	Summary
		1. How Do We Sense and Perceive the World?
		2. What Is the Visual System?
		3. What Is the Auditory System?
		4. What Are the Other Senses?
		5. How Do We Keep Our Sensation and Perception Systems Healthy?
	Key Terms
Chapter 5: What Is Consciousness?
	Chapter 5 Introduction
		What Is Consciousness?
	1. What Is the Nature of Consciousness?
		How Do We Define Consciousness?
		Where Is Consciousness in the Brain?
		What Are the Different Levels of Awareness?
	2. Why Do We Sleep and Dream?
		What Are Biological Rhythms and Sleep?
		Why Do We Need Sleep?
		What Are the Stages of Wakefulness and Sleep?
		Does Sleep Change throughout the Life Span?
		How Does Sleep Affect Disease?
		What Are Sleep Disorders?
		What Are Dreams?
		What Is Lucid Dreaming?
		How Do I Have a Lucid Dream?
	3. What Are Psychoactive Drugs?
		What Are the Uses of Psychoactive Drugs?
		What Are the Types of Psychoactive Drugs?
	4. What Is Hypnosis?
		What Is the Nature of Hypnosis?
		How Do We Explain Hypnosis?
		What Are the Uses of Hypnosis?
	5. What Is Meditation?
		What Is Mindfulness Meditation?
		What Is Lovingkindness Meditation?
		What Is the Meditative State of Mind?
		How Does One Get Started With Meditation?
	Summary
		1. What Is the Nature of Consciousness?
		2. Why Do We Sleep and Dream?
		3. What Are Psychoactive Drugs?
		4. What Is Hypnosis?
		5. What Is Meditation?
	Key Terms
Chapter 6: What Is Learning?
	Chapter 6 Introduction
		What Does Learning Have to Do With Smelling Insulin?
	1. What Are the Types of Learning?
		What Is Non-Associative Learning?
		What Is Associative Learning?
	2. What Is Classical Conditioning?
		What Did We Learn From Pavlov’s Studies?
		How Does Classical Conditioning Apply to Humans?
	3. What Is Operant Conditioning?
		How Do We Define Operant Conditioning?
		What Is Thorndike’s Law of Effect?
		What Was Skinner’s Approach to Operant Conditioning?
		What Is Shaping?
		What Are the Principles of Reinforcement?
		How Can We Use Operant Conditioning to Change Our Behaviours?
	4. What Is Observational Learning?
	5. Are Cognitive Factors Involved in Learning?
		Does the Purpose of a Behaviour Matter?
		Does Insight Play a Role in Learning?
	6. What Are the Biological, Cultural, and Psychological Factors in Learning?
		Is Learning Constrained by Biology?
		How Might Culture Influence Human Learning?
		Does Psychology Constrain Learning?
	7. How Can Learning Improve Our Health and Wellness?
	Summary
		1. What Are the Types of Learning?
		2. What Is Classical Conditioning?
		3. What Is Operant Conditioning?
		4. What Is Observational Learning?
		5. Are Cognitive Factors Involved in Learning?
		6. What Are the Biological, Cultural, and Psychological Factors in Learning?
		7. How Can Learning Improve Our Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 7: What Is Memory?
	Chapter 7 Introduction
		Attention: Please Read This Section Before Reading the Rest of the Chapter!
		Who Are Ronald Cotton and Jennifer Thompson-Cannino?
	1. What Is the Nature of Memory?
	2. What Is Memory Encoding?
		What Is Attention?
		What Are the Levels of Processing?
		What Is Elaboration?
		How Does Imagery Improve Memory?
	3. What Is Memory Storage?
		What Is Sensory Memory?
		What Is Short-Term Memory?
		What Is Long-Term Memory?
	4. What Is Memory Retrieval?
		What Is the Serial Position Effect?
		What Are Retrieval Cues and the Retrieval Task?
		What Are Special Cases of Retrieval?
	5. Why Do We Forget?
		What Is Encoding Failure?
		What Is Retrieval Failure?
	6. What Study Tips Can We Learn from the Science of Memory?
	7. How Does Memory Contribute to Health and Wellness?
		How Do We Keep Memory Sharp and Preserve Brain Function?
		How Does Memory Shape Meaningful Experiences?
	Summary
		1. What Is the Nature of Memory?
		2. What Is Memory Encoding?
		3. What Is Memory Storage?
		4. What Is Memory Retrieval?
		5. Why Do We Forget?
		6. What Study Tips Can We Learn From the Science of Memory?
		7. How Does Memory Contribute to Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 8: What Are Thinking, Intelligence, and Language?
	Chapter 8 Introduction
		Can You Turn Dirt and Plants Into Light?
	1. What Is Cognition?
	2. What Is Thinking?
		What Are Concepts?
		What Is Problem Solving?
		What Are Reasoning and Decision Making?
		How Can We Think More Critically and Creatively?
	3. What Is Intelligence?
		How Do We Measure Intelligence?
		What Are the Influences of Genetics and Environmental Factors on Intelligence?
		What About Extremely High and Low Intelligence?
		Are There Multiple Intelligences?
	4. What Is Language?
		What Are the Basic Properties of Language?
		What Is the Connection Between Language and Cognition?
		How Do Biology and the Environment Influence Language?
		How Does Language Develop Over the Life Span?
	5. How Are Thinking and Problem Solving Related to Health and Wellness?
		How Do We Think about Stress?
		How Can We Reinterpret Stress?
	Summary
		1. What Is Cognition?
		2. What Is Thinking?
		3. What Is Intelligence?
		4. What Is Language?
		5. How Are Thinking and Problem Solving Related to Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 9: How Do Humans Develop?
	Chapter 9 Introduction
		What Happened to the Child Who Stopped Eating and Speaking?
	1. What Is Human Development?
		What Are Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Research Methods?
		How Do Nature and Nurture Influence Development?
		What Is Your Role in Your Development?
		Are Early or Later Life Experiences More Important in Development?
	2. What Do We Know About Child Development?
		What Happens During Prenatal Development?
		What Do We Know About Infant and Child Development?
		How Does Cognition Develop in Infancy and Childhood?
		What Underlies the Socioemotional Development of Infants and Children?
		What Does Moral Development Look Like in Childhood?
	3. What Happens During Adolescence?
		How Do Adolescents Develop Physically?
		How Does Cognition Develop in Adolescence?
		What Underlies the Socioemotional Development of Adolescents?
	4. What Happens During Adult Development?
		What Are the Main Features of Emerging Adulthood?
		How Do We Physically Change During Adulthood?
		How Does Cognition Develop in Adulthood?
		What Underlies the Socioemotional Development of Adults?
	5. What Is the Relationship Between Human Development and Health and Wellness?
		How Does Coping Influence Adult Development?
		What Is the Importance of Meaning in Development?
	Summary
		1. What Is Human Development?
		2. What Do We Know About Child Development?
		3. What Happens During Adolescence?
		4. What Happens During Adult Development?
		5. What Is the Relationship Between Human Development and Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 10: What Are Motivation and Emotion?
	Chapter 10 Introduction
		“There can be no reason for me to stop”
	1. What Are the Theories of Motivation?
		What Is the Evolutionary Approach?
		What Is Drive Reduction Theory?
		What Is Optimum Arousal Theory?
	2. How Do We Explain Hunger, Obesity, and Eating Disorders?
		What Is the Biology of Hunger?
		What Are the Costs and Risks of Obesity?
		What Is Disordered Eating?
	3. What Is the Role of Motivation in Everyday Life?
		What Is Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs?
		What Is Self-Determination Theory?
		What Are Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations?
		What Are Self-Regulation and the Successful Pursuit of Goals?
	4. What Is Emotion?
		What Are the Biological Factors in Emotion?
		What Are the Cognitive Factors in Emotion?
		What Are the Behavioural Factors in Emotion?
		What Are Sociocultural Factors in Emotion?
		How Do We Classify Emotions?
		What Are the Adaptive Functions of Emotions?
	5. How Does Motivation and Emotion Affect Health and Well Being?
		What Are the Biological Factors in Happiness?
		What Are the Obstacles to the Pursuit of Happiness?
		What Are Happiness Activities and Goal Striving?
	Summary
		1. What Are the Theories of Motivation?
		2. How Do We Explain Hunger, Obesity, and Eating Disorders?
		3. What Is the Role of Motivation in Everyday Life?
		4. What Is Emotion?
		5. How Do Motivation and Emotion Affect Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 11: Why Do Individual Differences, Such as Gender and Sex, Matter?
	Chapter 11 Introduction
		Is Psychology Really Just WEIRD Psychology?
	1. How Do Psychologists Define Sex and Gender?
		What Are the Biological Components of Sex?
		What Is Gender?
		What Sets the Stage Early for Sex and Gender?
		What Are Some Variancesin Sexual Development?
		What Happens When Genetic Sex and Gender Conflict?
	2. What Are the Theories of Gender Development
		What Are the Biological Approaches to Gender Development?
		How Does Evolutionary Psychology Explain Gender Differences?
		How Do Social Cognitive Approaches Explain Gender Differences?
		How Does Social Role Theory Explain Gender Differences?
		Is There a Single Best Theory of Gender Differences?
	3. What Are the Psychological Differences of Gender?
		Do the Genders Differ in Terms of Emotion, Empathy, and Helpfulness?
		Are There Gender Differences in Cognitive Ability?
		Do the Genders Differ in Levels of Aggression?
		What Are the Gender Differences in Sexuality?
		How Should We Think About Gender Differences?
	4. What Is Sexual Orientation?
		How Do We Define Sexual Orientation?
		How Common Are Different Sexual Orientations?
		What Are the Origins of Sexual Orientation?
		How Well Do Gay and Lesbian People Thrive?
	5. How Do We Research Sexual Behaviours and Practices?
		How Do We Define Sexual Behaviours?
		In Terms of Sexual Practices, What Do We Do, and How Often?
		What Are the Three Stages of Our Sexual Response?
		What Role Does Cognition Play in Sexual Behaviour?
	6. What Are Some Sexual Variations and Disorders?
		What Are Fetishes?
		What Are Paraphilic Disorders?
		What Is a Pedophilic Disorder?
		What Are the Common Disorders of Sexual Desire and Sexual Response?
	7. How Do Individual Differences Impact Health and Wellness?
		How Are Sexual Behaviour and Physical Health Linked?
		Does Sexual Behaviour Influence Well-Being?
		How Do Individual Differences Relate to Psychology?
	Summary
		1. How Do Psychologists Define Sex and Gender?
		2. What Are the Theories of Gender Development?
		3. What Are the Psychological Differences of Gender?
		4. What Is Sexual Orientation?
		5. How Do We Research Sexual Behaviours and Practices?
		6. What Are Some Sexual Variations and Disorders?
		7. How Do Individual Differences Impact Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 12: What Is Personality?
	Chapter 12 Introduction
		What Is the Dark Triad of Personality?
	1. What Are the Psychodynamic Perspectives?
		What Is Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory?
		What Do Psychodynamic Critics and Revisionists Say?
		What Is the Evaluation of the Psychodynamic Perspectives?
	2. What Are the Humanistic Perspectives?
		What Is Maslow’s Approach?
		What Is Rogers’s Approach?
		What Is the Evaluation of the Humanistic Perspective?
	3. What Are the Trait Perspectives?
		What Are Trait Theories?
		What Is the Five-Factor Model of Personality?
		What Is HEXACO?
		What Is the Evaluation of the Trait Perspectives?
	4. What Are the Personological and Life Story Perspectives?
		What Is Murray’s Personological Approach?
		What Is the Life Story Approach to Identity?
		What Is the Evaluation of the Personological and Life Story Perspectives?
	5. What Are the Social Cognitive Perspectives?
		What Is Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory?
		What Are Mischel’s Contributions?
		What Is the Evaluation of the Social Cognitive Perspectives?
	6. What Are the Biological Perspectives?
		How Is Personality Represented in the Brain?
		What Is the Role of Behavioural Genetics?
		What Is the Evaluation of the Biological Perspectives?
	7. What Is Personality Assessment?
		What Are Self-Report Tests?
		What Are Projective Tests?
		What Are Some Other Assessment Methods?
	8. How Does Personality Affect Health and Wellness?
		How Does Personality Affect Physical Health?
		How Does Personality Affect Psychological Well-Being?
	Summary
		1. What Are the Psychodynamic Perspectives?
		2. What Are the Humanistic Perspectives?
		3. What Are the Trait Perspectives?
		4. What Are the Personological and Life Story Perspectives?
		5. What Are the Social Cognitive Perspectives?
		6. What Are the Biological Perspectives?
		7. What Is Personality Assessment?
		8. How Does Personality Affect Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 13: What Is Social Psychology?
	Chapter 13 Introduction
		Why Is Group Identification So Powerful?
	1. What Is Social Psychology?
		What Are the Features of Social Psychology?
		An Example: What Is the Bystander Effect?
	2. What Is Social Cognition?
		What Is Person Perception?
		What Are Attributions?
		How Do We See the Self as a Social Object?
		What Are Attitudes?
	3. What Is Social Behaviour?
		What Is Altruism?
		What Is Aggression?
	4. What Is Social Influence?
		What Are Conformity and Obedience?
		What Is Group Influence?
	5. What Are Intergroup Relations?
		What Is Group Identity?
		How Can We Improve Intergroup Relations?
	6. How Do We Understand Close Relationships?
		What Creates Attraction?
		What Can Social Psychology Tell Us About Love?
		What Are Some Models of Close Relationships?
	7. How Can Social Psychology Improve Health and Wellness?
	Summary
		1. What Is Social Psychology?
		2. What Is Social Cognition?
		3. What Is Social Behaviour?
		4. What Is Social Influence?
		5. What Are Intergroup Relations?
		6. How Do We Understand Close Relationships?
		7. How Can Social Psychology Improve Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 14: What Are Psychological Disorders?
	Chapter 14 Introduction
		Can a Person Have Multiple Personalities?
	1. How Do We Define and Explain Abnormal Behaviour?
		What Are the Theoretical Approaches to Psychological Disorders?
		How Do We Classify Abnormal Behaviour?
	2. What Are Anxiety and Anxiety-Related Disorders?
		What Is Generalized Anxiety Disorder?
		What Is Panic Disorder?
		What Is Specific Phobia?
		What Is Social Anxiety Disorder?
		What Is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?
		What Is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?
	3. What Are Disorders Involving Emotion and Mood?
		What Are Depressive Disorders?
		What Is Bipolar Disorder?
	4. What Are Dissociative Disorders?
		What Is Dissociative Amnesia?
		What Is Dissociative Identity Disorder?
	5. What Is Schizophrenia?
		What Are the Symptoms of Schizophrenia?
		What Are the Causes of Schizophrenia?
	6. What Are Personality Disorders?
		What Is Antisocial Personality Disorder?
		What Is Borderline Personality Disorder?
	7. What Should We Know About Suicide?
		What Are the Biological Factors?
		What Are the Psychological Factors?
		What Are the Sociocultural Factors?
	8. How Do Psychological Disorders Affect Health and Wellness?
		What Are the Consequences of Stigma?
		How Can We Overcome Stigma?
	Summary
		1. How Do We Define and Explain Abnormal Behaviour?
		2. What Are Anxiety and Anxiety-Related Disorders?
		3. What Are Disorders Involving Emotion and Mood?
		4. What Are Dissociative Disorders?
		5. What Is Schizophrenia?
		6. What Are Personality Disorders?
		7. What Should We Know About Suicide?
		8. How Do Psychological Disorders Affect Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 15: What Is Therapy?
	Chapter 15 Introduction
		Can Playing Tetris Treat People With PTSD?
	1. What Are the Approaches to Treating Psychological Disorders?
		What Is the Psychological Approach to Therapy?
		What Is the Biological Approach to Therapy?
	2. What Is Psychotherapy?
		What Are the Central Issues in Psychotherapy?
		What Are Psychodynamic Therapies?
		What Are Humanistic Therapies?
		What Are Behaviour Therapies?
		What Are Cognitive Therapies?
		What Are Therapy Integrations?
	3. What Are Biological Therapies?
		What Is Drug Therapy?
		What Is Electroconvulsive Therapy?
		What Is Psychosurgery?
	4. What Are the Sociocultural Approaches and Issues in Treatment?
		What Is Group Therapy?
		What Is Family and Couples Therapy?
		What Are Self-Help Support Groups?
		What Is Community Mental Health?
		What Is the Importance of Cultural Perspectives?
	5. How Does Therapy Affect Health and Wellness?
	Summary
		1. What Are the Approaches to Treating Psychological Disorders?
		2. What Is Psychotherapy?
		3. What Are Biological Therapies?
		4. What Are the Sociocultural Approaches and Issues in Treatment?
		5. How Does Therapy Affect Health and Wellness?
	Key Terms
Chapter 16: What Is Health Psychology?
	Chapter 16 Introduction
		What Good Is Psychology During a Health Crisis?
	1. What Are Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine?
		What Is the Biopsychosocial Model?
		What Is the Mind–Body Connection?
	2. How Can We Make Positive Life Changes?
		What Are Theoretical Models of Change?
		What Is the Stages of Change Model?
	3. What Resources Support Effective Life Change?
		What Is the Role of Motivation in Change?
		How Are Social Relationships Linked to Well-Being?
		Is Religious Practice Linked to Well-Being?
		What Is Spirituality and Is It Linked to Well-Being?
	4. How Is Stress Related to a Healthy Mind and Body?
		What Are the Stages of Stress?
		How Does Stress Affect the Immune System?
		How Is Stress Related to Cardiovascular Disease?
		How Is Stress Linked to the Risk of Cancer?
		How Can We Better Cope with Stress?
		What Are Strategies for Successful Coping?
		What Are Stress Management Programs?
	5. How Can We Have a Healthier Body and Mind?
		What Are the Benefits of Being Physically Active?
		How Important Is Eating Right?
		How Can You Quit Smoking?
	6. Why Is Well-Being So Important and How Can We Be Happier?
	Summary
		1. What Are Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine?
		2. How Can We Make Positive Life Changes?
		3. What Resources Support Effective Life Change?
		4. How Is Stress Related to a Healthy Mind and Body?
		5. How Can We Have a Healthier Body and Mind?
		6. Why Is Well-Being So Important and How Can We Be Happier?
	Key Terms
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