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Stress: A Student's Guide for IB Health Psychology (eBook)

Author: Travis Dixon
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Learning how to cope with stress is one of the most important things an IB student can learn. This unit on Stress teaches students valuable coping strategies and prepares them for IB Psychology Paper 2.

By the end of this unit, students will be prepared to answer any question on Health Problems and Determinants of Health topics in the Health Psychology option.

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Book Title
Stress: A Student's Guide for IB Health Psychology (eBook)
Author
Travis Dixon
A major theme of this book is that stress is inevitable and actually has positive benefits. It’s not about avoiding stress or perhaps trying to reduce it, but harnessing its positive effects for your advantage.   eBook Contents: Introduction Cognitive explanations Sociocultural explanations Biological explanations Prevalence Determinants of Health Coping with stress* Methodology Conclusion  Also available:  IB Health Psychology: A Revision Guide (eBook) – Now available  Stress: A Student’s Guide for IB Health Psychology - Audio Book (Coming soon) Stress - Teacher’s Support Pack (Coming soon) Health Psychology Flashcards (Coming soon) Health Psychology Example Essays (Coming soon) BUNDLE – IB Health Psychology (Coming Soon) Details Format: Digital download (PDF format) Pages: 62 pages Curriculum: IB Psychology: Paper 2 Health Psychology Option License: Lifetime Teacher license: The purchase of this product entitles one teacher to use this eBook for their classes for life.  Copyright: This eBook can be shared using internal online storage systems accessible by the licensed teacher’s classes only. No part can be stored or reproduced in other *Disclaimer: This eBook includes material on the topic of Health Promotion in the “Coping with Stress” section. However, it does not cover the three approaches to Health Promotion. For more information on this material please visit our blog. Full Disclaimer: Read more

A major theme of this book is that stress is inevitable and actually has positive benefits. It’s not about avoiding stress or perhaps trying to reduce it, but harnessing its positive effects for your advantage. 

 eBook Contents:

  1. Introduction
  2. Cognitive explanations
  3. Sociocultural explanations
  4. Biological explanations
  5. Prevalence
  6. Determinants of Health
  7. Coping with stress*
  8. Methodology
  9. Conclusion 

Also available: 

  • IB Health Psychology: A Revision Guide (eBook) – Now available 
  • Stress: A Student’s Guide for IB Health Psychology - Audio Book (Coming soon)
  • Stress - Teacher’s Support Pack (Coming soon)
  • Health Psychology Flashcards (Coming soon)
  • Health Psychology Example Essays (Coming soon)
  • BUNDLE – IB Health Psychology (Coming Soon)

A major theme of this book is that stress is inevitable and actually has positive benefits. It’s not about avoiding stress or perhaps trying to reduce it, but harnessing its positive effects for your advantage. 

 eBook Contents:

  1. Introduction
  2. Cognitive explanations
  3. Sociocultural explanations
  4. Biological explanations
  5. Prevalence
  6. Determinants of Health
  7. Coping with stress*
  8. Methodology
  9. Conclusion 

Also available: 

  • IB Health Psychology: A Revision Guide (eBook) – Now available 
  • Stress: A Student’s Guide for IB Health Psychology - Audio Book (Coming soon)
  • Stress - Teacher’s Support Pack (Coming soon)
  • Health Psychology Flashcards (Coming soon)
  • Health Psychology Example Essays (Coming soon)
  • BUNDLE – IB Health Psychology (Coming Soon)
  • Format: Digital download (PDF format)
  • Pages: 62 pages
  • Curriculum: IB Psychology: Paper 2 Health Psychology Option
  • License: Lifetime Teacher license: The purchase of this product entitles one teacher to use this eBook for their classes for life. 
  • Copyright: This eBook can be shared using internal online storage systems accessible by the licensed teacher’s classes only. No part can be stored or reproduced in other
  • *Disclaimer: This eBook includes material on the topic of Health Promotion in the “Coping with Stress” section. However, it does not cover the three approaches to Health Promotion. For more information on this material please visit our blog. Full Disclaimer: Read more