This doctoral project reviews the literature to support the utilization of the Community Resilience Model (CRM) for health-related decision making, such as health behavior change and medication adherence. Research has shown that decision-making under significant stress can lead to making less advantageous choices, as the nervous system becomes dysregulated. The evidence in this literature review suggests that self-regulation using skills in the CRM Model can increase one’s ability to effectively making decisions.
School of Behavioral Health
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
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Library of Congress/MESH Subject Headings
Chronic Disease--prevention & control--United States; Health behavior--Decision making.
vi, 27 p.
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Ngo, Michelle, "The Community Resiliency Model in Health Decision-Making" (2022). Loma Linda University Electronic Theses, Dissertations & Projects. 1638.
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