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  1. Introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

    Book Essential

  2. Preparation for Week 1 - Key concepts and theory in health psychology 1 item
    Read Chapter 5 in Morrison & Bennett (2016).
    1. An introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book Essential Please read chapter 5 in Morrison & Bennett (2016).

  3. Preparation for Week 2 - The development and evaluation of health psychology interventions 7 items
    Please read the papers on evaluation of interventions, as they are important for your assignment. The other resources are provided as further possible background resources for you.
    1. Developing and evaluating complex interventions: the new Medical Research Council guidance - Peter Craig, Paul Dieppe, Sally Macintyre, Susan Michie 29/09/2008

      Article Essential This paper is recommended to advance your understanding of intervention evaluation.

    2. An introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book Background For background reading, see chapters 6 and 7

    3. Criteria for evaluating evidence on public health interventions - L Rychetnik, M Frommer, P Hawe, A Shiell 2002-2-1

      Article Recommended This paper is recommended to advance your understanding of intervention evaluation.

    4. Framework for design and evaluation of complex interventions to improve health Sep 16, 2000

      Article Recommended This paper is recommended to advance your understanding of intervention evaluation.

    5. Designing and evaluating complex interventions to improve health care - Neil C Campbell, Elizabeth Murray, Janet Darbyshire, Jon Emery 03/03/2007

      Article Recommended This paper is recommended to advance your understanding of intervention evaluation.

    6. A Social Media–Based Physical Activity Intervention: A Randomized Controlled Trial - David N. Cavallo, Deborah F Tate, Amy V. Ries, Jane D. Brown November 2012

      Article Recommended This paper is recommended to advance your understanding of intervention evaluation.

    7. Scottish adolescents’ sun-related behaviours, tanning attitudes and associations with skin cancer awareness: a cross-sectional study - Richard G Kyle, Iona MacMillan, Liz Forbat, Richard D Neal 05/2014

      Article  Please bring a copy of this paper with you (printed or electronic) to the Week 2 seminar.

  4. Preparation for Week 3 - Chronic illness 4 items
    Please read book chapter 17 from Morrison & Bennett before the lecture.
    1. An introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book Essential Read Chapter 17, Morrison & Bennett (2016)

    2. Play and Pets: The Physical and Emotional Impact of Child-Life and Pet Therapy on Hospitalized Children - Mary Kaminski, Teresa Pellino, Joel Wish 12/2002

      Article Recommended Please ensure you have access to a copy of this paper, as you will need to use it during the lecture.

    3. Participation and Attrition in a Coping Skills Intervention for Adolescent Girls with Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Bonney Reed-Knight, Megan McCormick, Jeffery D. Lewis, Ronald L. Blount 2012-6

      Article Recommended

  5. Preparation for Week 4 - Stress 2 items
    There are three chapters in Morrison & Bennett (2016) on stress, but the one that I would like you to read before the lecture is Chapter 13. If, however, if you would like to do additional background reading on the topic, you may also find chapters 11 and 12 useful.
    1. An introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book Essential Please read chapter 13 before the lecture. Chapters 11 and 12 are also on the topic of stress.

  6. Preparation for Week 5 - Health risk behaviour 5 items
    Read chapter 3 from Introduction to health psychology Read paper by Hill, 2016 which looks specifically about the relationship between personality (narcissism in particular) and health behaviour
    1. Introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book 

    2. An overview of prevention of multiple risk behaviour in adolescence and young adulthood - C. A. Jackson, M. Henderson, J. W. Frank, S. J. Haw 01/03/2012

      Article Background

    3. Personality-Targeted Interventions for Substance Use and Misuse - Patricia J. Conrod 12/2016

      Article Background Provides an overview of some of the specific traits/facets of personality relevant to substance use

  7. Preparation for Week 6- Health protective behaviour 1 item
    Read chapter 4 from Introduction to health psychology Read paper by [authors]
    1. Introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book 

  8. Preparation for Week 7 - Sleep & Insomnia 6 items
    There is not one good chapter to provide the background here so instead please read the paper by Hagger, M prior to the lecture. I would recommend you review some of the other resources to strengthen your learning/understanding - particularly if you are focusing on sleep within your assignment.
    1. Insomnia as a predictor of depression: A meta-analytic evaluation of longitudinal epidemiological studies. - Chiara Baglioni, Gemma Battagliese, Bernd Feige, Kai Spiegelhalder 2011

      Article Recommended

    2. The role of sleep hygiene in promoting public health: A review of empirical evidence. - Leah A Irish, Christopher E. Kline, Heather E Gunn, Daniel J.. Buysse 2015

      Article Recommended

    3. The Oxford handbook of sleep and sleep disorders - Charles M. Morin, Colin A. Espie c2012

      Book Background This is a good resource to dip in and out of - it is not written in the easiest style but does have a depth of information.

    4. Sleep problems outperform depression and hopelessness as cross-sectional and longitudinal predictors of suicidal ideation and behavior in young adults in the military. - Ribeiro, Jessica D. Pease, James L.Gutierrez, Peter M. Silva, Caroline, Bernert, Rebecca A. Rudd, M. David. Joiner, Thomas E. Jr. Debruary 2012

      Article Background

  9. Preparation for Seminar in Week 7 7 items
    The seminars this week are designed to focus on the critical debates and arguments currently within health psychology which are of particular relevance to behaviour change intervention. The aim of the seminars is to help you think about the critical evaluation and arguments that you may want to integrate within your assignment. Please read the "Time to retire the theory of planned behaviour" article prior to the seminar. You hopefully will find these resources useful in refining your argument/rationale adopted for your assessment.
    1. Time to retire the theory of planned behaviour. - Falko F. Sniehotta, Justin Presseau, Vera Araújo-Soares 2014, Jan. 2014

      Article Essential

    2. Joseph Ravenell: How barbershops can keep men healthy | TED Talk | TED.com

      Webpage Background This is a TED talk looking which as always with TED talks looks at a particular problem from an alternative, novel perspective. How applicable is this potential intervention opportunity viable? To what extent does Health Psychology consider alternative intervention opportunities?

  10. Preparation for Week 9- Pain 1 item
    Please read chapter 16 from Morrison & Bennett (2016) Introduction to Health Psychology
    1. Introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book Essential

  11. Preparation for week 8 - Cancer across the lifespan (focus on children/adolescents) 2 items
    Please read chapter 7 from Child Health Psychology that has been digitised and provided for you which looks at chronic illness in childhood generally. The other resources are provided as further possible background resources for you.
    1. Chapter 7. "The Experience of Chronic Illness in Childhood".

      Chapter Essential Core reading for the week 8 childhood/adolescent cancer lecture

  12. Health Inequalities - this topic is not on the course for 2018-19 9 items
    You may find some of these resources useful for background/evidence if you are using a health inequality as a focus for your population for your intervention
    1. Introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book Essential

    2. Do school-based physical activity interventions increase or reduce inequalities in health? - Kerry A. Vander Ploeg, Katerina Maximova, Jonathan McGavock, Wendy Davis 07/2014

      Article Recommended Read this paper and bring it along to the lecture

    3. Health inequality: an introduction to theories, concepts and methods - Mel Bartley 2004

      Book Background

    4. Social determinants of health - M. G. Marmot, Richard G. Wilkinson 2006

      Book Background Previous editions are also okay

    5. Digital health interventions: Widening access or widening inequalities? - McAuley, A.. NHS Health Scotland, Public Health Science Directorate, Meridian Court, Glasgow, United Kingdom, andrew.mcauley@nhs.net 2014

      Article Background

    6. Equity impact of European individual-level smoking cessation interventions to reduce smoking in adults: A systematic review. - Tamara Brown, Stephen Platt, Amanda Amos 2014

      Article Background A systematic review looking at how smoking cessation interventions across Europe have effected health inequalities in this area

  13. Page You are expected to consolidate your learning and work towards completion of your assignment during these weeks.
  14. Key Readings 1 item
    1. An introduction to health psychology - Val Morrison, Paul Bennett 2016

      Book Essential

  15. General Readings 85 items
    The Following readings may be drawn upon to supplement your general understanding of module content:
    1. Books 12 items
      1. The behaviour change wheel: a guide to designing interventions - Susan Michie, Lou Atkins, Robert West 2014

        Book Recommended

      2. Health psychology - Charles Abraham, Mark Conner, Fiona Jones, Daryl O'Connor 2016

        Book 

      3. Health psychology in action - Mark Forshaw, David Sheffield 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Background

      4. Health psychology - Jane Ogden 2012

        Book Recommended

      5. Psychology: the science of mind and behaviour - Richard D. Gross 2015 (online resource)

        Book Background

      6. Child health psychology: a biopsychosocial perspective - Julie Turner-Cobb 2014

        Book Recommended

      7. Vulnerable groups in health and social care - Mary Larkin 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Background

      8. Social aspects of health, illness and healthcare - Mary Larkin 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Background

      9. Health promotion practice: power and empowerment - Glenn Laverack 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Background

      10. Health psychology: theory, research and practice - David Marks, M. Murray, Brian Evans, Emee Vida Estacio 2015

        Book Background

      11. Health psychology - Karen Rodham 2010

        Book Background

      12. Health psychology: biopsychosocial interactions - Edward P. Sarafino, Timothy W. Smith 2014

        Book Background

    2. Journal Articles 72 items
      1. When Intentions Go Public: Does Social Reality Widen the Intention-Behavior Gap? - Peter M. Gollwitzer, Paschal Sheeran, Verena Michalski, Andrea E. Seifert 05/2009

        Article 

      2. Promoting science-based prevention in communities - J.David Hawkins, Richard F Catalano, Michael W Arthur 11/2002

        Article 

      3. Potential barriers to the use of health services among ethnic minorities: a review - Emmanuel Scheppers, Els van Dongenb, Jos Dekker, Jan Geertzend and Joost Dekker Geertzend 03/02/2006

        Article 

      4. Action research in health promotion - D. Whitehead, A. Taket, P. Smith March 1 2003

        Article 

      5. Predictors of physical activity, healthy eating and being smoke-free in teens: A theory of planned behaviour approach - Murnaghan, Donna A;, Donna A. Murnaghan, Chris M. Blanchard, Wendy M. Rodgers 2010, October 2010

        Article Background

      6. Socioeconomic and Ethnic Disparities in Cardiovascular Risk In the United States, 2001–2006 - Arun S. Karlamangla, Sharon Stein Merkin, Eileen M. Crimmins, Teresa E. Seeman 2010-8

        Article 

      7. Does age make a difference? Predicting physical activity of South Koreans. - Britta Renner, Youlia Spivak, Sunkyo Kwon, Ralf Schwarzer 2007

        Article 

      8. Predictors of physical activity, healthy eating and being smoke-free in teens: A theory of planned behaviour approach - Donna A. Murnaghan, Chris M. Blanchard, Wendy M. Rodgers, Jennifer N. LaRosa 10/2010

        Article Background

      9. Does theory influence the effectiveness of health behavior interventions? Meta-analysis. - Andrew Prestwich, Falko F. Sniehotta, Craig Whittington, Stephan U. Dombrowski 2014

        Article 

      10. Does theory influence the effectiveness of health behavior interventions? Meta-analysis. - Andrew Prestwich, Falko F. Sniehotta, Craig Whittington, Stephan U. Dombrowski 2014

        Article 

      11. Does theory influence the effectiveness of health behavior interventions? Meta-analysis. - Andrew Prestwich, Falko F. Sniehotta, Craig Whittington, Stephan U. Dombrowski 2014

        Article 

      12. American Journal of Public Health - Don C. Des Jarlais, Lyles, Nicole Crepaz, the TREND Group, Cynthia Lyles, Nicole Crepaz, The TREND Group March 1, 2004

        Article 

      13. Prevalence of anxiety in adults with diabetes - Allison B Grigsby, Ryan J Anderson, Kenneth E Freedland, Ray E Clouse 12/2002

        Article 

      14. Acceptance, well-being and goals in adolescents with chronic illness: a daily process analysis - Annabelle Casier, Liesbet Goubert, Winifred A. Gebhardt, Frans De Baets 2013

        Article 

      15. Limited (information only) patient education programs for adults with asthma - Peter G Gibson Gibson, Heather Powell Powell, Amanda Wilson Wilson, Michael J Hensley Hensley

        Article 

      16. Tailored cognitive-behavioral therapy in early rheumatoid arthritis for patients at risk: a randomized controlled trial - Andrea W.M Evers, Floris W Kraaimaat, Piet L.C.M van Riel, Alphons J.L de Jong November 2002

        Article 

      17. Marriage and health: His and hers. - Janice K. Kiecolt-Glaser, Tamara L. Newton 2001

        Article 

      18. Stress, immune reactivity and susceptibility to infectious disease - Anna A. MARSLAND, Elizabeth A. BACHEN, Sheldon COHEN, Bruce RABIN 12/2002

        Article 

      19. Psychoneuroimmunology: Psychological influences on immune function and health. - Janice K. Kiecolt-Glaser, Lynanne McGuire, Theodore F. Robles, Ronald Glaser 2002

        Article 

      20. The measurement of effort–reward imbalance at work: European comparisons - Johannes Siegrist, Dagmar Starke, Tarani Chandola, Isabelle Godin 2004-4

        Article 

      21. A Cohort Study of Stress and the Common Cold : Epidemiology - Bahi Bahi Takkouche, Carlos Regueira, Juan Jesús Gestal-Otero May 2001

        Article 

      22. Social Support and Salivary Cortisol in Women With Metastatic Breast Cancer - Julie M. Turner-Cobb, Sandra E. Sephton, Cheryl Koopman, Jane Blake-Mortimer 05/2000

        Article