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PSYC-333 Health Psychology (3) Course Level: Undergraduate

Health Psychology (3) An exploration of how psychological theories and techniques can minimize unnecessary morbidity and premature mortality. Behavioral, cognitive, and affective targets for primary and secondary prevention efforts are identified from epidemiological theory and research. Ways in which psychological methods can contribute to provision of outpatient and inpatient medical services. Usually Offered: fall. Prerequisite: PSYC-105.