Assessment in Health Psychology presents and discusses the best and most appropriate assessment methods and instruments for all specific areas that are central for health psychologists.
It also describes the conceptual and methodological bases for assessment in health
psychology, as well the most important current issues and recent progress in methods.
A unique feature of this book, which brings together leading authorities on health psychology
assessment, is its emphasis on the bidirectional link between theory and practice.
Assessment in Health Psychology is addressed to masters and doctoral students in health
psychology, to all those who teach health psychology, to researchers from other disciplines,
including clinical psychology, health promotion, and public health, as well as to health policy
makers and other healthcare practitioners.
This latest volume in the series Psychological Assessment – Science and Practice provides a
thorough and authoritative record of the best available assessment tools and methods in
health psychology, making it an invaluable resource both for students and academics as well
as for practitioners in their daily work.