globe
This list relates to the year 2016/17 which ended on 30/09/2017
This list has a newer version. Click here to view
This list has been archived
  1. Essential Reading 3 items
    Use Ogden or Morrison & Bennett as a key resource for each topic covered by this module. Use Ayers and de Visser to see how psychological knowledge has been applied in healthcare settings
    1. Psychology for medicine - Susan Ayers, Richard De Visser 2011

      Book Essential

    2. An introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book Essential

    3. Health psychology: [a textbook] - Jane Ogden c2012

      Book Essential

  2. Supplementary Reading 8 items
    Supplementary to relevant chapter for each topic in core texts
    1. Key concepts in health psychology - Marcus Munafáo, I. Albery 2008

      Book Recommended

    2. Key concepts in health psychology - I. Albery, Marcus Munafò, dawsonera 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    3. Health psychology: theory, research and practice - David Marks 2011

      Book Recommended

    4. Health psychology: an interdisciplinary approach to health - Deborah Fish Ragin 2015

      Book Recommended

    5. Social psychology and health - Wolfgang Stroebe 2011

      Book Recommended

    6. Social psychology and health - Wolfgang Stroebe, dawsonera 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  3. Journals 10 items
    Use empirical work published in health psychology (and related) journals to extend your knowledge of applied psychology when it is used to change health and illness outcomes
  4. Week by Week 82 items
    1. Week 16 : INTRODUCTION TO MODULE AND HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY 7 items
      1. An evidence-based patient-centered method makes the biopsychosocial model scientific - Robert C. Smith, Auguste H. Fortin, Francesca Dwamena, Richard M. Frankel 2013

        Article Supplementary

      2. Towards a healthier nation - Charles Abraham, Susan Michie 2005

        Article Essential

      3. Contributing to public health policy and practice - Charles Abraham, Susan Michie 2005

        Webpage Essential

    2. Week 17 : PREDICTING AND CHANGING HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIOUR 6 items
      1. Methods: Does measuring people change them? - David P. French, Stephen Sutton 2011

        Webpage Supplementary

      2. Changing exercise through targeting affective or cognitive attitudes - Mark Conner, Ryan E. Rhodes, Ben Morris, Rosemary McEachan 2011

        Article Supplementary

    3. Week 18 : PREDICTING AND CHANGING ILLNESS-RELATED BEHAVIOUR 5 items
    4. Week 19 : PAIN AND ROLE OF BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS IN PAIN MANAGEMENT 18 items
      1. The Gate Control Theory 2012

        Audio-visual document Recommended

      2. Pain Mechanisms: A New Theory - Ronald Melzack, Patrick D. Wall 3699

        Article Essential

      3. Psychological approaches to chronic pain management: part 1 - Nicola Adams, Helen Poole, Clifford Richardson 2006

        Article Essential

      4. Psychological approaches for the nursing management of chronic pain: part 2 - Clifford Richardson, Nicola Adams, Helen Poole 09/2006

        Article Essential

      5. A normal psychology of chronic pain - Christopher Eccleston 2011

        Article Recommended

      6. Understanding chronic pain and the mind-body connection. - R McCaffrey, T. L. Frock, H Garguilo 2003

        Article Supplementary

      7. Psychological therapies for the management of chronic pain (excluding headache) in adults - Amanda C de C Williams, Christopher Eccleston, Stephen Morley

        Chapter Recommended

      8. The powerful placebo - Henry K. Beecher 24/12/1955

        Article Recommended

      9. Pain - the patient's viewpoint - Amanda C. de C. Williams 2011

        Article Essential

      10. The McGill Pain Questionnaire - Ronald Melzack

        Chapter Essential

      11. Identification and Management of Chronic Pain in Primary Care: a Review - Sarah Mills, Nicola Torrance, Blair H. Smith 2016

        Article Supplementary

    5. Week 20 : READING WEEK 0 items
      Catch up with reading then choose an essay question and draft some formative work
    6. Week 21 : STRESS AND BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS 11 items
      1. Chapter 1: Strategies for measuring stress in studies of psychiatric and physical disorders - Sheldon Cohen, Ronald Kessler, Lynn Underwood Gordon

        Chapter Supplementary

      2. Biology of Stress Revisited: Intracellular Mechanisms and the Conceptualization of Stress - Andrew McVicar, Jermaine M. Ravalier, Christina Greenwood 2014

        Article Recommended

      3. Dynamics of a stressful encounter: Cognitive appraisal, coping, and encounter outcomes. - Susan Folkman, R. S. Lazarus, Christine Dunkel Schetter, R. J. Gruen 1986

        Article Recommended

      4. Cognitive Approaches to Stress and Coping - Scott Roesch, Bernhard Weiner, Allison A. Vaughn 2002

        Article Recommended

    7. Week 22 : LINKING STRESS AND ILLNESS 14 items
      1. Personality and risk of diabetes in adults: Pooled analysis of 5 cohort studies. - Markus Jokela, Marko Elovainio, Solja T. Nyberg, Adam G. Tabak 2014

        Article Supplementary

      2. Your best interests at heart? - Aoife O'Donovan, Brian M. Hughes 2006

        Article Supplementary

    8. Week 23 : ROLE OF COMMUNICATION AND ADHERENCE IN HEALTHCARE SETTINGS 8 items
      1. Doctor-patient communication: A review of the literature - L.M.L. Ong, J.C.J.M. de Haes, A.M. Hoos, F.B. Lammes 1995

        Article Supplementary

      2. Physician Communication and Patient Adherence to Treatment - Kelly B. Haskard Zolnierek, M Robin DiMatteo 2009

        Article Recommended

      3. Practical Strategies for Enhancing Adherence to Treatment Regimen in Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Rachel N. Greenley, Jennifer H. Kunz, Jennifer Walter, Kevin A. Hommel 2013

        Article Recommended

      4. Beyond 'doctor's orders' - Lynn Myers, Charles Abraham 2005

        Article Essential

    9. Week 24 : PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO MANAGING LONG TERM CONDITIONS 13 items
      1. Applying the bio-psychosocial model to the management of rheumatic disease - Sarah Ryan, Alison Carr

        Chapter Essential

      2. Psychological interventions for coronary heart disease - Ben Whalley, Karen Rees, Philippa Davies, Paul Bennett

        Chapter Recommended

      3. A woman with asthma: a whole systems approach to supporting self-management - Hilary Pinnock, Elisabeth Ehrlich, Gaylor Hoskins, Ron Tomlins 2014

        Article Recommended

    10. Week 25 : ASSIGNMENT PREPARATION 0 items
      Bring formative work for discussion and any queries about the module as this is the last session! Student evaluation of module will be requested today!
All rights reserved ©