CHAPTER 1: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY VIEW OF HEALTH
CHAPTER 2: RESEARCH METHODS
CHAPTER 3: GLOBAL COMMUNICABLE AND CHRONIC DISEASE
CHAPTER 4: THEORIES AND MODELS OF HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE
CHAPTER 5: RISKY HEALTH BEHAVIORS
CHAPTER 6: EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
CHAPTER 7: STRESS AND COPING
CHAPTER 8: HIV AND AIDS
CHAPTER 10: CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT AND ARTHRITIS
CHAPTER 11: CANCER
CHAPTER 12: HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS AND HEALTH POLICY: EFFECTS ON HEALTH OUTCOMES
CHAPTER 13: HEALTH PSYCHOLOGISTS’ ROLE: RESEARCH, APPLICATION AND ADVOCACY
Deborah Fish Ragin is a Professor of Psychology at Montclair State University, as well as an Adjunct Associate Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NYC where she is also involved in research.
Ragin is a reviewer for the international journal Social Science and Medicine, and the Journal for Interpersonal Violence, and is on the Editorial Board for the American Journal of Nursing.