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1 Chapter 1 Spring 2009
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Remember to turn off  cell phones
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Have you ever……  Played a “trick” on  someone to see how they  would react?
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Have you ever……  just sat back wherever  you are and watched  people and/or events?
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Have you ever……  tried a particular dish in a  restaurant to decide if it’s  a “good” restaurant?  
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  Predictor or Independent Variable Outcome or Dependent Variable Psychological/Social: Depression, hostility, Impulsivity, or religion stress or social support peer group outcome expectancy parental modeling or parental communication knowledge of the consequences of the behavior attitudes towards the behavior intention to change behavior readiness to change motivation cultural norms peer pressure media exposure Health/Behavior: sleep alcohol (ab)use, binge drinking, &/or cigarette use risky driving, seat belt use exercise physical activity diet (nutritional intake, fast food intake, estimation of calories caffeine consumption body image substance use Illness/Disease Mental health Pain Symptoms
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Behavior and Illness Leading causes of death in the US in 1900 and 2000
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 The Need for Health Behavioral  Research Changing patterns of illness Acute Disorders short-term medical illnesses (recover or die) Examples: tuberculosis, pneumonia Chronic Disorders Slow-developing diseases. Often these cannot be cured, only managed. Psychological/Behavioral/Social factors are  often implicated as the cause. 
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  Why is Behavioral Science  Necessary? Critical Thinking  thinking that does not  blindly accept  arguments and  conclusions evaluates evidence  first 
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11 Scientific Method Research implies using a form of what  is traditionally called the  scientific  method .
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2010 for the course HP 350 taught by Professor Lankenau during the Spring '09 term at USC.

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