About This Chapter
Factors Affecting Social Health - Chapter Summary
This chapter helps explain what social health is. To gain a better idea of what this type of health involves, you will explore examples and characteristics of social health. Examples of spiritual health are also provided. Additionally, you will learn about the factors affecting interpersonal relationships, and understand why social health is important to a happy life. Once you finish this chapter, you will be able to:
- Define social and spiritual health
- Identify theories of interpersonal relationships
- Understand social learning theory
- State the different forms of communication
The videos in this chapter are interactive, so learning about social health is fun and unique. There are also quizzes accompanying every lesson, giving you the ability to see what information you retained from the chapter. If you still need to revisit a topic, simply use the video tags located in the timeline. These tags let you move to specific parts in the video rather quickly.
1. What Is Social Health? - Definition & Examples
At first glance, social health may be challenging to identify and address, but there are many benefits that come from strengthening your relationships with others. Let's learn more about how to develop and maintain relationships and how social health can be just as important as physical health.
2. What Is Spiritual Health? - Definition & Examples
Possibly the most abstract of the various dimension, spiritual health is challenging to define, develop, and maintain. But this aspect of wellness should not be underestimated. An individual with high levels of spiritual wellness will experience increased physical, social, and emotional health.
3. Interpersonal Relationships: Definition & Theories
To be human is to be involved in interpersonal relationships. In this lesson, we will define interpersonal relationships and discuss the various theories that explain how we create and maintain them.
4. Social & Cognitive Development: Impact on Interpersonal Relationships
How does association with a group of people impact behavior and learning? Are friendships relevant to understanding the behavior of students in a classroom? This lesson discusses social development by exploring interpersonal relationship functions and types.
5. Social Learning Theory: Definition & Examples
There are many ways in which human beings learn. One of the most effective ways is by watching, observing and modeling others, and this is known as social learning theory.
6. Types of Communication: Interpersonal, Non-Verbal, Written & Oral
This lesson distinguishes between the various methods of communication used by managers, including interpersonal communication, nonverbal communication, written communication and oral communication.
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Other chapters within the MTTC Health (043): Practice & Study Guide course
- Overview of the Human Body
- Understanding Emotional & Mental Health
- Psychosocial Health for Personal Wellness
- Alcohol & Tobacco Use and Personal Health
- Drugs & Substance Use Disorders
- Family & Peer Relationships
- Nutrition's Role in Health
- Diseases & the Immune System
- Understanding Health Care
- Consumer Awareness of Health Care
- Media & Advertising in Health Information
- Promoting Healthy Lifestyles
- Promoting Healthy Lifestyles: Exercise & Your Body
- Promoting Healthy Lifestyles: Stress Management
- Intentional Violence and Injury
- Communication Processes & Skills
- Learning Assessments
- The Government's Role in Public Education
- Health Education Strategies
- Planning & Implementing Health Education Programs
- Health Advocacy & Information Resources
- Health Education Programs
- Evaluating Health Education Programs
- MTTC Health Flashcards