Sexual Orientation and Health
The world is not divided into sheep and goats. Not all
things are black nor all things whiteNature rarely deals
with discrete categories. Human mind invent categories
to force facts into separated pigeon-holes. The living
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The question on everyones mindswhen will get exams back?
College Men and Women and Their
Intent to Receive Genital Human
January-March 2016: 16
The Author(s) 2016
It is time that we all see
gender as a spectrum
instead of two sets of
Emma Watson, Speech @
the He/She campaign
Health psychology, Spring 2016
Both genders encounter
Carnegie Mellon University
Research Showcase @ CMU
Department of Psychology
Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Group Support Interventions for Women With
Breast Cancer: Who Benefits From What?
Vicki S. Helgeson
Carnegie Mellon Unive
WHAT WE KNOW AS RESEARCHERS
Katie Darabos, M.S.
Doctoral Candidate, Health Psychology & Clinical Science
HOW MANY HAVE HEARD OF HPV?
HOW MANY THINK THEY CAN DESCRIBE WHAT IT IS?
HOW MANY HAVE HAD A CONVERSATION W/THEIR
DOCTOR ABOUT H
Gender and Health Revisited
Jennan Ghazal Read and Bridget K. Gorman
During the last 4 decades, we have seen a tremendous expansion in what we know about the health
profiles of men and women. In the broadest terms, women enjoy an a
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0278-6133/06/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/0278-6184.108.40.2068
Remembering the Message: The Use of a Reminder Cue to Increase
Condom Use Following a Safer Sex In
PSYCHOLOGICAL RESOURCES & ADJUSTMENT TO ILLNESS 1
The Impact of Psychological Resources on Adjustment to Chronic Illness
Aliza A. Panjwani
The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Reminders + Housekeeping
Intro activity completion required by Fri, Feb 12th (please do
it earlier if possible)
My random facts
You should be receiving my emails from BB make sure you
know what email address is connected with your BB account.
If youre go
SOCIAL SUPPORT AND NETWORKS
A friend, not an apple a
day, will keep the
- L. Eisenberg, Journal
of American Medicine
Health Psychology 242.1; Ms.
Looking ahead: TFIOS Chart
Exam next week
See Exam Info Powerpoint pos
- Discussion board, great posts on HIV (thank you Daniel,
- Note: Dont leave participating on discussion board till the last
- Exam grades have been posted.
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1. Rumination refers to:
the ability to control emotions and behaviors.
being overly dependent on others.
thinking obsessively about stressful
believing that you have no control over a
NURS 751: Advanced Health Assessment
Jin Young Seo
Source of History: Patient, who is reliable and knowled
Lec 3: Can stress cause the common
cold [and other illnesses]?
We live well enough [now] to have the
luxury to get ourselves sick with purely
social, psychological stress.
[On the irony of surviving the era of
- Robert M. Sapolsky, ne
What is the relationship b/w
Stigma, discrimination, & Health?
Stigma is a process by which the
reaction of others spoils normal
- Erving Goffman
Of all the forms of inequality,
injustice in healthcare is the most
shocking and inhumane.
Third exam: May 18 t h
Followed by Q n A about graduate school
Send questions you want to know about by May 17 th 5pm.
Please complete Teacher Evals:
Health Behaviors Part
WHAT IS RESILIENCE/WHAT
FACTORS PROMOTE IT?
Psychology is not just the study
of weakness and damage; it is
also the study of strength and
virtue. Treatment is not just
fixing what is broken; it is [also
about] nurturing what is best
Mar 30, 201
2 more classes left (after this one)
May 11: How can we change health behavior Part II.
Exam: May 18 t h (Third and last exam)
Post exam on May 18 th : Q & A about graduate school
Please send questions you have regarding graduate school up
[Introductions and background]
Getting familiar with the course
Email exchange (2)
Reminder: Introductory activity
What is heal
Hamilton Printing Company
February 8, 2006
Resilience and Posttraumatic Growth:
Stephen J. Lepore
Teachers College, Columbia University