Default: Health Psychology

ISSN: 0278-6133

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American Psychological Association Inc. United States
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Health Psychology is a journal indexed in SJR in Medicine (miscellaneous) and Psychiatry and Mental Health with an H index of 156. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,58 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Best articles

"Health beliefs and physician identified ""worried well."

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Anxiety and cancer treatment: Response to stressful radiotherapy.

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Attitudes of physicians, pharmacists, and laypersons toward seriousness and need for disclosure of prescription drug side effects.

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Desirability of control versus locus of control: Relationship to paralinguistics in the Type A interview.

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Health protection: Attitudes and behaviors and LPNs, teachers, and college students.

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Investigation of the Karnofsky Performance Status as a measure of quality of life.

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Latent structure of strategies used to cope with nociceptive stimulation.

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New Editor Appointed for History of Psychology.

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New Editor Appointed for Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.

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New Editors Appointed, 2006-2011.

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Pain-related correlates of MMPI profile subgroups among back pain patients.

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Predictors of proficient technique and successful lesion detection in breast self-examination.

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Problems with thiocyanate as an index of smoking status: A critical review with suggestions with improving the usefulness of biochemical measures in smoking cessation research.

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Psychological changes over the course of pregnancy: A study of attitudes toward the fetus/neonate.

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Psychology, serendipity, and public health: A reply to Suls and O'Leary.

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Psychosocial adjustment following ostomy.

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Rewards and adolescent health behavior.

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Smoking following myocardial infarction: A critical review of the literature.

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Social learning and teenage drug use: An analysis of family dyads.

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Symptom communication of life event scales.

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The effects of short term Flotation REST on relaxation: A controlled study.

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The menstrual cycle and punitiveness.

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The physician perspective of health psychologists in medical settings.

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The relationship between psychological stress and insulin-dependent diabetic blood glucose control: Preliminary investigations.

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