ABSTRACT

First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter 1|16 pages

FAMILY HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

ByT. John Akamatsu, Kathleen A. Laing

part I|70 pages

FAMILIES AND PREVENTION

chapter 2|4 pages

OVERVIEW

ByJennifer A. Druley, Kathleen A. Moore

chapter 3|22 pages

HEALTH COGNITIONS IN FAMILIES

ByDavid S. Gochman

chapter 4|22 pages

THE ROLE OF FAMILIES IN THE PREVENTION OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS

ByMichael C. Roberts, Lisa H. McElreath

chapter 5|20 pages

PREVENTIVE INTERVENTION AND FAMILY COPING WITH A CHILD'S LIFE-THREATENING OR TERMINAL ILLNESS

ByGerald P. Koocher, Bonnie L. MacDonald

part II|82 pages

FAMILIES AND ILLNESS

chapter 6|4 pages

OVERVIEW

ByMary Jean Petron, Sarah L. Clark

chapter 9|22 pages

COUPLES COPING WITH CHRONIC AND CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS

ByJames C. Coyne, Veronica Fiske

part III|82 pages

FAMILIES AND INTERVENTION

chapter 11|4 pages

OVERVIEW

ByKathleen A. Laing

chapter 13|24 pages

FAMILY SYSTEMS MEDICINE: NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS

ByThomas L. Campbell, Susan H. McDaniel, David B. Seaburn

chapter 14|22 pages

FAMILY THERAPY IN THE CONTEXT OF AIDS

ByGillian Walker

chapter 15|12 pages

FAMILY HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY: DEFINING A NEW SUBDISCIPLINE

ByT. John Akamatsu