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. 50 out of 5 stars great step to understanding health illness reviewed in the united states on may 8 2002 i read this book when i was a medical student then i was a professor of psychiatry and had revised many other books but this one provides basics research and good basic facts that will provide stepping stones toward further new knowledge. Health and illness behaviorhealth and illness behaviors are associated with level of disability quality of life patterns of illness and risk of death it is tempting to view such health related outcomes solely through the lenses provided by the biomedical sciences however the behaviors that importantly shape individuals experiences of sickness or wellness and life or death are more
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