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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Health Belief Model, Situation Two, Lobar Pneumonia

OC27306225 Page
9 Dec 2015
56
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxSpring

psyc 365 final exam note.pdf

OC9710550 Page
7 Jan 2015
80
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxSpring

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Roger Bannister, Isometric Exercise

OC19089925 Page
10 Jun 2014
40
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anaerobic Exercise, Sport Psychology, Major Depressive Disorder

OC611947 Page
27 Dec 2013
47
Psyc 365 ch9 health and physical activity. Study of influence of psychological factors on sport behaviour. Study of influence that sport and exercise h
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Binge Drinking, Aversion Therapy

OC611947 Page
27 Dec 2013
31
Psyc 365 ch 10 health compromising behaviours. More likely to smoke if their friends smoke or if attending a school where older students smoke. Linked
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Health Belief Model, Passive Smoking, Health Promotion

OC611944 Page
27 Dec 2013
36
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Afferent Nerve Fiber, Periaqueductal Gray, Phantom Limb

OC611946 Page
27 Dec 2013
20
Pain occurs before serious injury (touching hot stove) Sets limits on activity and enforce inactivity and rest. When contact with injurious stimuli, si
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Breast Cancer, Social Influence, Heart Rate

OC611948 Page
27 Dec 2013
22
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxWinter

ch 6 definitions

OC102912 Page
23 Jul 2011
31
Any procedure that doesn"t include piercing the skin or entering the body with an instrument. Person who goes to the hospital for procedure or test tha
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxWinter

ch 8 definitions

OC102912 Page
23 Jul 2011
32
Strategies intended to maintain or improve health of large populations. Who: process of enabling people to increase control over, and improve their hea
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxWinter

ch 7 definitions

OC102912 Page
23 Jul 2011
17
Ask questions that show they are now focusing on what needs to be known for patient"s sake rather than for exam. Feel financial strain of medical schoo
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxWinter

ch5 definitions

OC102913 Page
23 Jul 2011
38
Mood-related disposition (bad mood)  greater proclivity to report symptoms than those with low na trait in absence of any objective differences in hea
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