2014-2015 University Catalog
Three semester hours.
Examines the interaction between psychological factors and physical well-being. Topics to be studied include personality traits, emotional styles, perceptions and attitudes, coping strategies, social networks, and biological vulnerability as they relate to the connection between environmental stressors, immune system responses, and physical disease. May be taken for graduate credit.
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