Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences


HLTHPSYC 716 - Psychoneuroimmunology

15 Points

Semester 2
Grafton

Description


Outlines the nature of the human immune system, its measurement and limitations of current practices and models. The main focus of the course is the extent to which psychological processes such as stress, emotions, and social interactions have been found to influence immune behaviour and the implications of these findings for health and wellbeing. Various theoretical frameworks through which psycho-immune relationships might be understood are presented and discussed.

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