- Health psychologists : Health psychologists refer to type/kinf of psychologists whose Research or practical work focuses on the Prevention of illness , the promotion and Maintenance of good health, or the tr eatment of individuals with diagnosed medical conditions.

Health psychologists study the effects of behavior on health and the impact of illness on behavior and emotion.

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