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The health belief model.

WEBSince the early 1950s, the Health Belief Model (HBM) has been one of the most widely used conceptual frameworks in health behavior research, both to explain change and …

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Social context of health and illness.

WEBHow a society deals with preventing ill health and promoting good health will depend on what people believe about the factors that influence their health. Different approaches …

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The Health Belief Model.

WEBIn this chapter, we review the Health Belief Model's (HBM's) historical development, core constructs, hypotheses, relationships of constructs to each other and to specific health …

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Health behavior and health education: Theory, research, and …

WEBThe fourth edition of the landmark book, Health Behavior and Health Education, offers an accessible, comprehensive, in-depth analysis of the health behavior theories and …

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Environmental issues are health issues: Making a case and setting …

WEBIncreasing demands on ecosystems, decreasing biodiversity, and climate change are among the most pressing environmental issues of our time. As changing weather …

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Brief Health Literacy Screen

WEBThe Brief Health Literacy Screen (BHLS; Sand-Jecklin & Coyle, 2014) was developed as a brief self-report health literacy assessment tool that addresses not only written health …

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Youth and young adult mental health: Interventions, services, …

WEBIn 2011, this journal published a special issue (Volume 35) on research about individuals with serious mental health conditions transitioning to adulthood.At that time, there were …

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Introduction to biopsychosocial assessment in clinical health …

WEBThe primary goal of evidence-based approaches to biopsychosocial assessment is to identify the unique contributions of multiple domains of possible factors to an individual …

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Obesity: Psychosocial and behavioral aspects of a modern …

WEBThe epidemic of obesity has grown largely unchecked over the past several decades, arguably making obesity America’s most pressing public health issue. Approximately …

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Medicine for the soul: (Non)religious identity, coping, and mental

WEBAlthough the threat and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic has become a significant source of distress, using religion to cope may be associated with more …

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Theory, research, and practice in health behavior and health …

WEBThe task of health behavior and health education is both to understand health behavior and to transform knowledge about behavior into effective strategies for health …

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Social media use and its impact on adolescent mental health: An

WEBLiterature reviews on how social media use affects adolescent mental health have accumulated at an unprecedented rate of late. Yet, a higher-level integration of the evidence is still lacking. We fill this gap with an up-to-date umbrella review, a review of reviews published between 2019 and mid-2021. Our search yielded 25 reviews: seven …

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The Digital Mental Health Revolution: Opportunities and Risks

WEBThis editorial introduces the special issue on digital mental health. The promise of digital, mobile, and connected technologies to advance mental health, and especially psychiatric rehabilitation, continues to rapidly evolve. New sensors and data, such as those derived from increasingly ubiquitous smartphones, offer a new window …

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Patient Health Questionnaire-9

WEBThe Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ) is a self-administered version of the PRIME-MD diagnostic instrument for common mental disorders. It is used to make criteria-based …

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Homelessness as a public mental health and social problem: New

WEBHomelessness is a major public health problem that has received considerable attention from clinicians, researchers, administrators, and policymakers in recent years. In 2016, …

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Promoting Harm Reduction as a Treatment Outcome in Substance …

WEBSubstance use disorders (SUDs) are associated with progressive decrements to physical and mental health, and frequently lead to death via overdose, suicide, or co-occurring disease (Le Moal & Koob, 2007).The goal of many SUD treatment programs is to promote abstinence from illicit drugs and/or alcohol, however achieving abstinence during a …

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Ecological models of health behavior.

WEBEcological models help us to understand how people interact with their environments. That understanding can be used to develop effective multi-level approaches to improve …

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The role of mental health care in reaching optimal performance in …

WEBThe objective of this concept paper is to introduce mental health as a core component of an athlete’s development and performance. Intentionally addressing mental health in sports …

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Case formulation and treatment planning: How to take care of

WEBMost patients present with a combination of symptoms and relational problems, but often psychotherapies are not conducted in a way to deal with both. Many therapists take a …

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The preparatory set: A novel approach to understanding stress, …

WEBBasic to all motile life is a differential approach/avoid response to perceived features of environment. The stages of response are initial reflexive noticing and orienting to the …

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The co‐design of an online support programme with and for …

WEBAim To describe the co‐designing process of an online support programme with and for informal carers of people with heart failure. Design A co‐design process built …

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General Health Questionnaire-12

WEBThe 12-item General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12; Goldberg, 1972) is a screening instrument to detect psychiatric disorders in community settings and non-psychiatric …

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