Brief report: illness intrusiveness and adjustment among Native American and Caucasian parents of children with juvenile rheumatic diseases.

@article{Andrews2007BriefRI,
  title={Brief report: illness intrusiveness and adjustment among Native American and Caucasian parents of children with juvenile rheumatic diseases.},
  author={Nicole R Andrews and John M. Chaney and Larry L Mullins and Janelle L. Wagner and Kevin A. Hommel and James N. Jarvis},
  journal={Journal of pediatric psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={32 10},
  pages={1259-63}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate cognitive appraisal-adjustment relationships in Native American (NA) and Caucasian parents of children diagnosed with juvenile rheumatic diseases. METHODS NA (n = 16) and Caucasian (n = 24) parents completed measures of disease status, illness intrusiveness, and adjustment; the rheumatologist provided estimates of disease severity. RESULTS Hierarchical regression analysis revealed a moderating effect for racial group membership on the illness intrusiveness-parent… CONTINUE READING
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