Part I: Health Psychology for a Cultural Perspective: Theoretical Considerations.
S.S. Kazarian and D.R. Evans, Health Psychology and Culture: Embracing the 21st Century.
M.S. Mulatu and J.W. Berry, Health Care Practice in a Multicultural Context: Western and Non-Western Assumption.
T.L. Armstrong and L.C. Swartzman, Cross-Cultural Differences in Illness Models and Expectations for the Health Care Provider-Client/Patient Interaction.
D.R. Evans and S.S. Kazarian, Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, and Quality of Life.
H.M. Shearer and D.R. Evans, Adherence to Health Care.
Part II: Health Psychology and Culture: Specific Health Concerns.
B. Baker, A. Richter, and S.S. Anand, From the Heartland: Culture, Psychological Factors, and Coronary Heart Disease.
C.C. Gotay, M. Muraoka, and J. Holup, Cultural Aspects of Cancer Prevention and Control.
A. Raj, H. Amaro, and E. Reed, Culturally Tailoring HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs: Why, When, and How.
C.T. Korol and K.D. Craig, Pain from the Perspectives of Health Psychology and Culture.
S.S. Kazarian and E. Persad, Cultural Issues in Suicidal Behavior.
Part III: Health Psychology: Issues with Specific Cultural Groups.
H. Betancourt and J.L. Fuentes, Culture and Latino Issues in Health Psychology.
S.S. Kazarian, Health Issues in North American People of African Heritage.
G.S. Renfrey and R.R. Dionne, Health Psychology and the Native North American Client.
X. Chen and L.C. Swartzman, Health Beliefs and Experiences in Asian Cultures.
P. Chandarana and J.R