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Department
Recreation & Sports Studies
Course
RSS2081
Professor
Ken Seaman
Semester
Winter

Description
RSS- Midterm #1 Environmental Wellness Mortality- death rate - Appreciation for the external environment Morbidity- relative incidence of a particular - Role indivuals play in preserving disease environment ( protecting, improving) - Personal environment (outside, study Physical Wellness area, house, ect.) - Physical characteristics ( weight, body Spiritual Wellness fat) - Susceptibility to disease ( risk of, - Understanding of the world and your currently diagnosed…) role in it - Body functioning - Knowing who we are and our specific - Recuperative ability ( purpose - Ability to perform activates of daily - Not religion( religion is spiritual but not living (personal hygiene, dressing, all spirituality is not religion) housework, etc.) 12 Determinants of Health Social Wellness 1. Income and social status - Capacity of satisfying interpersonal 2. Education and literacy (health relationships education) - Interacting with others 3. Employment and working conditions - Adapting to various social situations 4. Social support networks - Communication skills 5. Social environments Intellectual Wellness 6. Physical environments 7. Personal health practices and coping - Thinking clearly skills - Reasoning objectively 8. Healthy child development - Analyze critically 9. Health services - Using resources available to expand 10. Biology and genetic endowment knowledge 11. Gender - Creative, stimulating mental activates 12. Culture - Learning from success and failure Read this: http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/ph- Emotional Wellness sp/determinants/determinants-eng.php - Feelings(self-esteem, self-confidence, self-efficacy, trust, love) - Ability to effective and appropriately express emotion Self- Efficacy - Intention results from our attitude toward an action and our beliefs about - One’s belief in one’s ability to succeed what others may want us to do. in specific situations - Can dictate how someone: accepts Social Cognitive Theory goals, challenges, tasks. - Based upon: prior success, - Cognitive factors (personal factors) [top]: knowledge, expectations psychological states, outside sources of persuasion. attitudes. - Behavioral [right]: skills, practice, self- - Thought to predict effort put into changing behaviour. efficacy. - Environmental Factors [left]: social ‘Staged’ for Change norms, access in communi
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