Stacia Wagner

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The authors report a prospective 2-year outcome study of 40 inpatients with severe personality disorders who were treated on a specialized long-term unit for patients with "borderline conditions." Treatment goals included improving interpersonal relationships and facilitating a lasting discharge from the hospital. Data were collected at admission,(More)
This article outlines a cognitive-behavioral outpatient program for the treatment of anorexia nervosa. The rationale for this treatment is based on two primary assumptions about the anorectic condition: first, that anorexia nervosa develops as a way of coping with life stresses; and second, that anorexia nervosa develops into a self-sustaining "food(More)
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between vocational identity, community integration, positive and negative affect, and satisfaction with life in a group of young adult central nervous system (CNS) cancer survivors. Participants in this study included 45 young adult CNS cancer survivors who ranged in age from 18 to 30 years (mean=22,(More)
The aims of this study were as follows: (a) to compare levels of career thoughts and vocational identity between young adult childhood central nervous system (CNS) cancer survivors and noncancer peers and (b) to investigate the contribution of vocational identity and affect on career thoughts among cancer survivors. Participants included 45 young adult CNS(More)
PURPOSE The primary purpose of this paper is to undertake foundational research in the area of career readiness, work personality and age of onset with young adult central nervous system (CNS) survivors. METHOD Participants for this study consisted of 43 individuals whose age range from 18 to 30 (M = 21.64, SD = 3.46), an average age of brain tumor onset(More)
AIMS To document the family transmission of Type 2 diabetes to men and women. METHOD The French D.E.S.I.R. cohort followed men and women over 9 years, with 3-yearly testing for incident Type 2 diabetes. First- and/or second-degree family histories of diabetes were available for 2187 men and 2282 women. Age-adjusted hazard ratios were estimated for various(More)