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Course Calendar and Reading Schedule: Date Topic Readings (Taylor Chapter Number) January 14 Introduction and Overview 1 January 19 What is Health Psychology? 1 January 21 Basic Biology: The Systems of the Body 2 January 26 Stress I 6 January 28 Sbarra Away, No Class! -- February 2 Stress II 6 February 4 Moderators of Stress 7 February 9 Exam I (covering through 2/4) -- February 11 Health Behaviors 3 February 16 Health Enhancing Behaviors 4 February 18 Health Compromising Behaviors I 5 February 23 Health Compromising Behaviors II 5 February 25 Health Compromising Behaviors (Wrap-Up) Health Services 5 8 March 2 Health Services Patient-Provider Communications (and the Placebo Effect) 8 9 March 4 Patient-Provider Communications (and Placebo Effect) 9 March 9 Exam II (covering through 3/4) -- March 11 Pain 10 March 16 Spring Break: No Class! -- March 18 Spring Break: No Class! -- March 23 Management of Chronic Illness 11 March 25 Advancing and Terminal Illness 12 March 30 Close Relationships, Loss, and Health I 12 April 1 Close Relationships, Loss, and Health II 12 April 6 Cardiovascular Disease I 13 April 8 Cardiovascular Disease II 13 April 13 Exam III (covering through 4/8) Test Alternative Assignment Due April 15 Psychoneuroimmunology 14 April 20 Cancer I 14 April 22 Cancer II and HIV/AIDS I 14 April 27 Gender, SES, and Health -- April 29 Culture and Health -- May 4 The Future of Health Psychology Optional Book Report Due 15 May 11 Final Exam, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
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