5 edition of The Psychology of Couples and Illness found in the catalog.
June 15, 2000 by American Psychological Association (APA) .
Written in English
|Contributions||Karen B. Schmaling (Editor), Tamara Goldman Sher (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||407|
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This is the first book in the emerging field of the psychology of couples to focus solely on couples and illness, instead of the larger family unit. It details the associations between intimate relationships and illness across a wide variety of illnesses (e.g., cancer, HIV), physical trials (e.g., chronic pain and fertility issues), and health Pages: She is coauthor of the book The Psychology of Couples and Illness: Theory, Research, and Practice (with K.
Schmaling; American Psychological Association, ) as well as numerous other articles. Sher lectures extensively on the topic of couples and health to both lay and professional audiences. Get this from a library. The psychology of couples and illness: theory, research, and practice.
[Karen B Schmaling; Tamara Goldman Sher;] -- Annotation This collection of essays reviews recent research on how couples cope with illness and health-related behaviors such as drinking and smoking. The studies The Psychology of Couples and Illness book rheumatic illness.
illness strikes. This book chronicles the often brave and sometimes painful ways that couples adapt and cope when long-term illness arrives. From a cognitive-behavioural perspective, contributors explore how illness affects relationship and, in turn, how the quality of relationships affects coping behaviours and treatment outcomes.
This is the. Get this from a library. The psychology of couples and illness: theory, research, and practice. [Karen B Schmaling; Tamara Goldman Sher; American Psychological Association.;] -- With the majority of adults involved in intimate relationships and chronic illness on the rise, the impact of illness on couples has become a significant area of psychological research and clinical.
To begin to address how illness affects relationships, as well The Psychology of Couples and Illness book how relationships influence illness, the book presents recent empirical data from.
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