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Psychiatric disorders in patients with fibromyalgia. A multicenter investigation.
The authors conducted an investigation in four tertiary-care centers to determine if psychiatric comorbidity and psychological variables were predictive of functional impairment in patients with… Expand
Prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder in women with breast cancer.
This study investigated whether diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer produced posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in adult women. One hundred sixty women with early stage node-negative breast… Expand
Trauma history as a predictor of psychologic symptoms in women with breast cancer.
- B. L. Green, J. Krupnick, +4 authors N. Stern
- Journal of clinical oncology : official journal…
- 1 March 2000
PURPOSE To identify predictors of psychiatric problems in women with early-stage breast cancer. PATIENTS AND METHODS One hundred sixty women with early-stage breast cancer were recruited from three… Expand
Excessive breast self-examination among first-degree relatives of newly diagnosed breast cancer patients. High-Risk Breast Cancer Consortium.
First-degree relatives (FDRs) of women with breast cancer may have heightened anxiety about their personal risk for developing breast cancer. Breast self-examination (BSE) is an important component… Expand
Are psychiatrists' characteristics related to how they care for depression in the medically ill? Results from a national case-vignette survey.
- S. Epstein, J. Gonzales, K. Weinfurt, B. Boekeloo, N. Yuan, G. Chase
- 1 November 2001
The authors' goal was to examine the relationship between psychiatrists' characteristics and their decisions regarding depression care. A national sampling of 278 psychiatrists answered diagnosis and… Expand
Virtual standardized patients: an interactive method to examine variation in depression care among primary care physicians
- Lisa M Hooper, K. Weinfurt, +4 authors S. Epstein
- Primary Health Care Research & Development
- 1 October 2008
Background Some primary care physicians provide less than optimal care for depression (Kessler et al., Journal of the American Medical Association 291, 2581–90, 2004). However, the literature is not… Expand
Impaired self-agency in functional movement disorders
- Carine W Maurer, K. LaFaver, R. Ameli, S. Epstein, M. Hallett, S. Horovitz
- 9 August 2016
Objective: To investigate the neural mechanisms underlying impaired self-agency in patients with functional movement disorders using resting-state functional MRI (fMRI). Methods: We obtained… Expand
Predictors of Primary Care Physicians’ Self-reported Intention to Conduct Suicide Risk Assessments
- Lisa M Hooper, S. Epstein, K. Weinfurt, J. DeCoster, Lixin Qu, N. Hannah
- The Journal of Behavioral Health Services…
- 5 January 2012
Primary care physicians play a significant role in depression care, suicide assessment, and suicide prevention. However, little is known about what factors relate to and predict quality of depression… Expand