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Attachment Influences within a Gynecologic Cancer Population
Despite significant levels of distress and demonstrated benefits of psychosocial intervention, few women diagnosed with gynecologic cancers utilize psychosocial resources. Research indicates adult attachment style and ...
Socioeconomic Status and Access to Resources as Predictors of Sibling Hope and Sibling Coping with Pediatric Cancer-Related Stressors
Although most siblings of pediatric cancer patients adjust well to cancer diagnosis and treatment course, some siblings demonstrate significant adjustment difficulties. One question is whether these siblings may also be ...
Congruence of Parent-Report, Self-Report, and Performance-Based Neuropsychological Functioning in Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Survivors
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) is thought to have long-term cognitive effects, and clinicians often rely on parent report to screen for cognitive impairment during survivorship, despite limited congruence with ...