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(p. 309) Physical illness and disability 

(p. 309) Physical illness and disability
(p. 309) Physical illness and disability

Amy Silver

, Christina Surawy

, and Diana Sanders

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date: 29 October 2020

Chapter 15 focuses on physical illness and disability, the cognitive models or the psychological impact of illness and disability and key cognitions, and suggests behavioural experiments focused on managing changes in functioning, investigating others' reactions, exploring the meanings of symptoms, strengthening sense of identity and examining the effects of safety behaviours.

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