Here is something unusual a multiauthored book with a consistent viewpoint uniformly clear jargon free style an absence of repetition and contradiction copious illustration with works of art a comprehensive interpretation of human behavior using material from learning theory to sociology from psychoanalysis to genetics from ethology to neurochemistry. Jan f perry understanding human behavior in health and illness physical therapy volume 59 issue 1 1 january 1979 pages 80 82 https doiorg 101093 ptj. Understanding human behavior in health and illness subsequent edition by richard c simons author herbert pardes author 50 out of 5 stars 2 ratings. Health and illness behavior studies make clear that the forces affecting health and treatment outcomes transcend medical care and the transactions that take place between doctor and patient in recent decades there have been increasing tendencies toward the medicalization of social problems and a failure to address the complicated attitudinal needs of patients with serious chronic conditions and disabilities
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