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245 00 Contributions toward evidence-based psychocardiology :|ba 
       systematic review of the literature /|cedited by Jochen 
       Jordan, Benjamin Bardé, and Andreas Michael Zeiher. 
250    1st ed. 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bAmerican Psychological Association,
264  4 |c©2007 
300    1 online resource (viii, 373 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
500    GMD: electronic resource. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-345) and 
505 0  Psychocardiology: a new scientific discipline / Jochen 
       Jordan -- Sociological aspects of the development and 
       course of coronary heart disease: social inequality and 
       chronic emotional distress at theworkplace / Reiner 
       Rugulies, Johannes Siegrist -- Psychodynamic hypothesis on
       the etiology, course and psychotherapy of coronary heart 
       disease: 100 years of psychoanalytic research / Jochen 
       Jordan, Benjamin Barde -- Smoking cessation in patients 
       with coronary heart disease: risk reduction and an 
       evaluation of the efficacy of interventions / Jürgen Barth
       , Jürgen Bengel -- Psychosocial interventions to influence
       physical inactivity as a risk factor: theoretical models 
       and practical evidence / Wolfgang Schlicht, Martina 
       Kanning. Klaus Boes -- Anxiety and depression in patients 
       with coronary heart disease / Christoph Herrmann-Lingen, 
       Ulrich Buss -- Type A behavior and hostility as 
       independent risk factors for coronary heart disease / 
       Michael Myrtek -- Chest pain, angina pectoris, panic 
       disorder, and Syndrome X / Kurt Laederach-Hofmann, Nadine 
       Messerli-Buergyi -- Psychosocial aspects of heart 
       catheterization, coronary angiography, and coronoary 
       angioplasty: crosssectional, longitudinal, predictive, and
       interventional studies / Jochen Jordan, Claudia Lazanowski
       -- Psychological interventions for coronary heart disease:
       stress management, relaxation, and Ornish groups / 
       Wolfgang Langosch, Hans-Guenter Budde, Wolfgang Linden -- 
       Cardiac rehabilitation in a health systems analysis 
       perspective / Gesine Grande, Bernhard Badura -- Appendix A
       : Search strategy -- Appendix B: Studies excluded from the
       meta-analysis -- Appendix C: Studies excluded from the 
       meta-analysis -- Appendix D: Funnel plots. 
520    "Although there is extensive research on the psychosocial 
       factors that influence the etiology, progression, and 
       effective treatment of coronary heart disease (CHD), these
       findings are seldom applied in clinical situations. There 
       are several possible reasons for this, including the 
       questionable quality of some of the research and a lack of
       productive dialogue between psychologists and physicians. 
       This book aims to correct that situation. The chapters in 
       this volume are based on a systematic meta-analysis of the
       international literature by 40 German scientists who 
       convened to evaluate the research and discarded all but 
       the highest quality data on psychological aspects of CHD. 
       The result is a book that synthesizes the most significant
       findings and indicates productive avenues for intervention
       and further research. Among the topics covered are chronic
       emotional distress in the workplace; psychodynamic 
       research on the etiology, course, and treatment of CHD; 
       smoking cessation (risk reduction and evaluation of 
       interventions); physical inactivity as a risk factor and 
       treatment models; anxiety and depression in CHD patients; 
       Type A behavior and hostility as risk factors; chest pain,
       angina pectoris, panic disorder, and syndrome X; 
       psychosocial aspects of heart catheterization, coronary 
       angiography, and coronary angioplasty; and stress 
       management, relaxation, and Ornish groups. Summarizing 
       tables are included in the book and in an accompanying Web
       site. This book will be an important reference work for 
       health psychologists who work with CHD patients, 
       researchers, cardiologists, and other medical 
       professionals"--Jacket. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007
       APA, all rights reserved). 
588    Description based on print version record. 
650  0 Coronary heart disease|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Heart|xDiseases|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Evidence-based medicine. 
650  7 Coronary heart disease|xPsychological aspects.|2fast
650  7 Evidence-based medicine.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00917247 
650  7 Heart|xDiseases|xPsychological aspects.|2fast
650 12 Coronary Disease|xpsychology|vMeta-Analysis. 
650 22 Evidence-Based Medicine|vMeta-Analysis. 
655  2 Meta-Analysis. 
700 1  Jordan, Jochen,|d1951- 
700 1  Bardé, Benjamin. 
700 1  Zeiher, Andreas Michael. 
730 0  PsycBooks (EBSCO Host) 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tContributions toward evidence-based 
       psychocardiology.|b1st ed.|dWashington, DC : American 
       Psychological Association, c2007|w(DLC)  2005018432 
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