CheckPoint- Coping Styles and Psychological Preparation

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CheckPoint-Coping Styles and Psychological Preparation-week#6-Gabrielle Jeffcoat CheckPoint: Coping Styles and Psychological Preparation • Resources: Ch. 5, Table 5.1 (p.120) & Ch. 10 of Health Psychology, and the WebMD® Web site at http://www.webmd.com • Due Date: Day 5 [Individual forum] • Review the cardiac catheterization procedure presented in your text on p. 280, or read about it on the WebMD® Web site. • Select either Case A or Case B: o Case A: Gerry is a tall and lean 64-year-old male pacing the floor at the cardiologist’s office. He has been experiencing severe chest tightness and shortness of breath for several days, but has not told his wife because her father recently passed away from a massive heart attack. She is still mourning the loss. Gerry’s cardiologist has just told him that he needs a cardiac catheterization. Gerry squeezed this appointment into his busy schedule as a real estate broker for a commercial real estate company in Boston. He now wonders if all of the extra time at the office he put in to
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