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1. Developmental influences on health Julie Turner Cobb and Tara J. Cheetham
2. Lifecourse perspective and health Ilene Siegler and Christin M. Ogle
3. Disability and health Timothy Elliott and Trey W. Armstrong
4. Social factors and health Sasha Scambler
5. Gender and health Richard De Visser
6. Sexual orientation and health David Frost
7. Occupation and health Aditya Jain and Stavroula Leka
8. Environment and health Giyoung Park and Garry Evans
9. Immigration and health Ana Abraido-Lanza and Adria Armbrister
10. Socioeconomic status and health Jennifer McGowan and Lion Shahab
11. Addictive behaviours Robert West and Harveen Ubhi
12. Eating behaviour Jane Ogden
13. Models of health behaviour Mark Conner
14. Physical activity and health Laura McGowan, Angela Devereux-Fitzgerald, Rachael Powell and David French
15. Risk perception Baruch Fischhoff
16. Sexual behaviour and health Natalie Edelman, Elaney Youssef, Carrie Llewellyn and Paul Flowers
17. Help-seeking Suzanne Scott
18. Medically unexplained symptoms Trudi Chalder and Claire Willis
19. Pain Dennis Turk and Tasha B. Murphy
20. Symptom perception Keith Petrie and Elizabeth Broadbent
21. The placebo effect Irving Kirsch
22. The nocebo effect Keith Petrie and Kate MacKrill
23. Adherence to treatment Rob Horne
24. Beliefs and perceptions of health and illness Yael Benyamini and Howard Leventhal
25. Coping with chronic illness Keith Petrie and Annie S. K. Jones
26. Coping Charles Carver
27. Dyadic coping with illness Tracey A. Revenson and Mariët Hagedoorn
28. Emotions and health Daryl O'Connor and Nicola Gartland
29. Personality and health Dietlinde Heilmayr and Howard Friedman
30. Preparing patients for coping with stressful medical procedures Yael Benyamini
31. Psychoneuroimmunology Kimberly G. Lockwood, Catherine P. Walsh, Elizabeth A. Bachen and Anna L. Marsland
32. Social relationships Bert Uchino, Robert G. Kent de Grey, Sierra Cronan and Ryan Trettevik
33. Stigma Lauren K. O'Connor and Phillip Yanos
34. Stress Julie Turner-Cobb and Evangelos Katsampouris
35. Armed conflict and health Bayard Roberts
36. Domestic and intimate partner violence Lorna O'Doherty
37. Migration, displacement and health Chesmal Siriwardhana and Kolitha Wickramage
38. Rape and sexual assault Ibitola Asaolu and Mary P. Koss
39. Brain imaging and function Hugo Critchley and Natasha Sigala
40. Diagnostic interviews for assessment of mental disorders in clinical practice Richard Rogers, Margot M. Williams and Peggilee Wupperman
41. Disability assessment Trey Armstrong and Timothy Elliott
42. Health and illness cognitions Elizabeth Broadbent
43. Health status and quality of life assessment Ann Bowling
44. IQ testing Robert Sternberg
45. Mood assessment Anne Fritzson, Mija Lieberman and Michele M. Tugade
46. Neuropsychological assessment Sophie Betka and Hugo Critchley
47. Pain assessment. Amanda C de C Williams
48. Patient outcomes monitoring Jose Valderas
49. Psychoneuroimmunology assessment Catie Walsh, Kimberly G. Lockwood, Elizabeth A. Bachen and Anna L. Marsland
50. Social support assessment Julie Chronister
51. Stress and coping assessment Julie Turner-Cobb and Tamsyn Hawken
52. Behaviour therapy Gerald Davison and Lauren Garcia
53. Biofeedback Robert Gatchel and Carl Noe
54. Chronic pain management Whitney Scott and Lance McCracken
55. Cognitive behaviour therapy Andrew Eagle and Michael Worrell
56. Cognitive behavioural couple therapy Michael Worrell
57. Community based interventions Kenneth Heller and Mary F. Wyman
58. Counselling Robert Bor and Carina Eriksen
59. Group therapy Peter Hajek
60. Health behaviour change interventions Sarah Denford, Charles Abraham, Van Beurden, Smith and Morgan-Trimmer
61. Health promotion Gerjo Kok and Robert A. C. Ruiter
62. Hypnosis Michael Heap
63. Mindfulness Jean Kristeller
64. Motiv

This third edition of the much acclaimed Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine offers a fully up-to-date, comprehensive, accessible, one-stop resource for doctors, health care professionals, mental health care professionals (such as psychologists, counsellors, specialist nurses), academics, researchers, and students specializing in health across all these fields. The new streamlined structure of the book features brief section overviews summarising the state of the art of knowledge on the topic to make the information easier to find. The encyclopaedic aspects of the Handbook have been retained; all the entries, as well as the extensive references, have been updated. Retaining all the virtues of the original, this edition is expanded with a range of new topics, such as the effects of conflict and war on health and wellbeing, advancements in assisted reproduction technology, e-health interventions, patient-reported outcome measures, health behaviour change interventions, and implementing changes into health care practice.

• The third edition of this highly regarded and indispensable Handbook
• Includes fully updated chapters and reference lists and coverage of new topical issues
• Benefits from a new clearer structure

• Carrie Llewellyn, University of Sussex, is Reader in Applied Behavioural Medicine in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health, at Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex.
• Susan Ayers, City, University of London, is Professor of Maternal and Child Health, at the Centre for Maternal and Child Health Research in the School of Health Sciences, City, University of London.
• Chris McManus, University College London, is Professor of Psychology and Medical Education, in the Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, University College London.
• Stanton Newman, City, University of London, is Professor of Health Psychology, and Vice-President (International) at City, University of London.
• Keith J. Petrie, University of Auckland, is Professor of Health Psychology at Auckland University Medical School, New Zealand.
• Tracey A. Revenson, City University of New York, is Professor in the Department of Psychology, at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
• John Weinman, King's College London, is Professor of Psychology as applied to Medicines, at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College London.