The Dimensions of Health: Conceptual Models
The Dimensions of Health: Conceptual Models is an introductory text that examines the five dimensions of personal health: physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual. Each chapter: -Provides context for the study of that dimension -Includes examples of how experts think about that dimension -Presents two or more models developed by scholars and professionals -Discusses identifiable characteristics associated with each dimension By incorporating a variety of perspectives, The Dimensions of Health enables students to formulate their own answer to the question, “What is health?” This text is perfect for use in conjunction with a personal health text or as a standalone for any personal health course.
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