Anticipated posttraumatic growth from cancer: The roles of adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies

@inproceedings{Tallman2013AnticipatedPG,
  title={Anticipated posttraumatic growth from cancer: The roles of adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies},
  author={Benjamin A. Tallman},
  year={2013}
}
Research suggests that individuals with chronic health conditions experience posttraumatic growth (PTG), such as in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. How PTG is perceived at early time points following stressful events and whether PTG reflects a coping process remains uncertain. The current longitudinal study examined cancer patients’ perceptions of anticipated posttraumatic growth (APTG), dispositional and situational coping, and perceived PTG at three time points spanning pre-treatment… CONTINUE READING

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