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Protective buffering among couples coping with heart disease: Behavior, intentions, and psychological distress
- Sarah E. Trost
A family consultation intervention for health-compromised smokers.
- V. Shoham, M. Rohrbaugh, Sarah E. Trost, M. Muramoto
- Journal of substance abuse treatment
- 1 December 2006
Although spousal support predicts the success of a smoker's cessation efforts, "social-support" interventions based on teaching partners better support skills have had consistently disappointing… Expand
Symptom-system fit in couples: emotion regulation when one or both partners smoke.
- V. Shoham, Emily Butler, M. Rohrbaugh, Sarah E. Trost
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of abnormal psychology
- 1 November 2007
In a laboratory smoking experiment, 25 couples in which 1 or both partners continued to smoke despite 1 of them having heart or lung disease discussed a health-related disagreement before and during… Expand
From State to Trait and Back Again: Reactance Theory Goes Clinical.
A Primer on the Topic of Suicide for Nurses in Plastic Surgery
A family consultation (FAMCON) intervention for health-compromised smokers
Although spousal support predicts the success of a smoker's cessation efforts, "social support" interventions based on teaching partners better support skills have had consistently disappointing… Expand
Refractory Headache or Refractory Patient? Issues of Locus of Control in Chronic Daily Headache (CDH)
Both patient and provider should not underestimate the important role of the patient to exert agency or control over his or her own health. This chapter reviews the psychological construct of locus… Expand