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Exam_2_Review_Sheet_S08 - Health Psychology 320 Exam Review...

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Health Psychology 320 Exam Review 2 This review sheet is designed to help you effectively integrate the material covered during the course of the unit. In addition to reviewing the topics included here, read all of the material that was covered during the unit. Review the key terms at the conclusion of the chapters and be able to define them Review examples covered in the shaded boxes in each chapter Review the diagrams in the text Material Covered (All fair game for exam questions) : Chapters 3, 4, 5, readings, film Super Size Me cigarette smoking from adolescence to adulthood: demographic predictors of continuity and change. Health Psychology, 15 (6), 478-484. change: Applications to addictive behaviors. American Psychologist, 47 , 1102 1114. Wechsler, H., Dowdall, G. W., Davenport, A., Castillo, S. (1995). Correlates of college student binge drinking. American Journal of Public Health, 85 , 921-926. Annual Editions Readings for Exam Dorschner, J. (2005). Putting a premium on health. In Annual Edition: Health 08/09, pp. 11-12. Garcia, A. (2006). Is health promotion relevant across cultures and the socioeconomic spectrum? In Annual Edition: Health 08/09, pp. 6-10 Jackson, K. (2005). Exercise abuse. In Annual Edition: Health 08/09, pp. 69-72. Kummer, C. (2007). Fat City. In Annual Edition: Health 08/09, pp. 41-43. Okie, S. (2005). Fat chance. In Annual Edition: Health 08/09, pp. 79-81. Ramos, L. & Welch, G. L. (2004). The female triad. In Annual Edition: Health 08/09, pp. 73-76. All Lecture Topics and Research Examples (posted on ANGEL) For research examples review the purpose, key findings, and implications. 1
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Chapter 3 Outline the individual and collective implications of health behaviors. Personal: -the individual develops and maintains good health habits -ex: assume individual risk for child, vaccine considered public health Collective: -health professionals educate individuals and communites about how to maintain healthy lifestyles -effective health policy enforces health promotion -ex: making public places non-smoking Define health habits. - firmly established health-related behaviors that are often performed automatically; part of a routine -ex: wearing a seat belt, regular exercise Define the transtheoretical model of behavior change and the related stages and outline the critiques of this model. Transtheoretical model : an analysis of the health behavior change process that draws on the stages and processes people go through in order to bring about successful long term behavior change. Successful attitude or behavior change at each stage depends on the appropriateness of intervention.
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course PSY 320 taught by Professor Harrell during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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