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This second edition of David Marks et al`s best-selling textbook retains all of the features of the first edition but with greater coverage and pedagogic focus than before.
Key features of the second edition:
- Five new chapters covering social inequalities, social justice and health; research methods in health psychology; preventing and controlling pain; cancer and chronic illness; health and work.
- Extensive pedagogical features-introductory outlines, summaries, suggestions for future research, boxed definitions, glossary with key terms highlighted in the text.
- A new comprehensive companion website available at www.sagepub.co.uk/marks
Health Psychology: Theory, Research and Practice, second edition will be essential reading for senior undergraduate and masters students in health psychology. It has international and interdisciplinary appeal, discussing professional and contextual issues relevant to trainee health psychologists, nurses, and anyone studying in the field of medicine or the health sciences.