Health W08 for students

Health W08 for students - Treatment: The "Social"...

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Treatment: The “Social” Ingredients All healers provide social support. All therapies offer a ray of hope. All therapies communicate and instill  positive expectations. Patients can make meaningful choices  about the treatment.
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As role models, celebrities have great influence over public health-care decisions. Answer: True… Let’s see why! Putting Common Sense to the Test…
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The Pursuit of Happiness
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Subjective Well-Being One’s happiness, or life satisfaction, as  measured by self-report. In self-reports, 75% of American adults  describe themselves as happy. What predicts happiness? Social relationships Employment status Physical health
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Why Doesn’t Money Contribute More to Subjective Well-Being? Perceptions of wealth are not absolute  but relative to certain standards. Social comparison theory revisited. People use their own recent past as a  basis of comparison. Adaptation-level theory revisited.
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A Set Baseline Level of Happiness? Ratings of happiness are higher among  identical twins than among fraternal  twins. Fluctuations in mood that accompany  positive and negative life events wear  off over time. Happiness levels are relatively stable  over time and place.
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I. What is stress? II.
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course MO 300 taught by Professor Sandelands during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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