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Predictors of health behaviours in college students.
AIM This paper reports a study examining the direct effects of perceived stress, perceived availability of and satisfaction with social support, and self-efficacy, and examines the intermediary rolesExpand
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Advanced cognitive training for breast cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the preliminary efficacy and satisfaction/acceptability of training in memory or speed of processing versus wait-list control for improving cognitiveExpand
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Impact of perceived cognitive impairment in breast cancer survivors.
PURPOSE Cognitive impairment is commonly reported by breast cancer survivors, yet little is known regarding its impact on quality of life. The purpose of this study was to obtain a betterExpand
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Correlates of mood disturbance in women with breast cancer: patterns over time.
AIM This study examined factors associated with mood disturbance prior to, during and after adjuvant therapy. BACKGROUND Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide. Mood disturbanceExpand
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Priorities for oncology nursing research: the 2013 national survey.
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To advance the goals of evidence-based care and prioritize the knowledge generation that addresses contemporary challenges in oncology nursing. Results are used to inform theExpand
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Perceived cognitive function in breast cancer survivors: evaluating relationships with objective cognitive performance and other symptoms using the functional assessment of cancer therapy-cognitive
CONTEXT Perceived cognitive impairment (PCI) has been shown to be one of the most common symptoms after breast cancer treatment. However, this symptom does not always correlate with objectiveExpand
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Cognitive Dysfunction and Its Relationship to Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors.
Purpose/Objectives: To examine relationships between capacity to direct attention and the quality-of-life (QOL) domains of psychological and physical well-being in breast cancer survivors.Design:Expand
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Quality of Life of African American Breast Cancer Survivors: How Much Do We Know?
Women affected by breast cancer experience an array of quality-of-life issues that affect their daily living in both short-term and long-term survivorship. Because African American women experienceExpand
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Predictors of Cancer-Related Fatigue in Women With Breast Cancer Before, During, and After Adjuvant Therapy
The purpose of this longitudinal study was to examine potential predictors of cancer-related fatigue (CRF) before, during, and after adjuvant therapy in women with breast cancer. A convenience sampleExpand
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Cognitive Function in Breast Cancer Survivors Compared to Healthy Age- and Education-Matched Women
The cognitive function of breast cancer survivors (BC, n = 52) and individually matched healthy controls (n = 52) was compared on a battery of sensitive neuropsychological tests. The BC groupExpand
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