Assessing self-efficacy for coping with cancer: development and psychometric analysis of the brief version of the Cancer Behavior Inventory (CBI-B).

@article{Heitzmann2011AssessingSF,
  title={Assessing self-efficacy for coping with cancer: development and psychometric analysis of the brief version of the Cancer Behavior Inventory (CBI-B).},
  author={Carolyn A Heitzmann and Thomas V Merluzzi and Pascal Jean-Pierre and Joseph A. Roscoe and Kenneth L. Kirsh and Steven D. Passik},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={302-12}
}
OBJECTIVE The Cancer Behavior Inventory-Brief Version (CBI-B), a 12-item measure of self-efficacy for coping with cancer derived from the longer 33-item version, was subjected to psychometric analysis. METHOD Participants consisted of three samples: 735 cancer patients from a multicenter CCOP study, 199 from central Indiana, and 370 from a national sample. Samples were mixed with respect to initial cancer diagnosis. Participants completed the CBI-B and measures of quality of life, optimism… CONTINUE READING

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