Demographic, psychosocial, and objective risk factors related to perceived risk of skin cancer.

@article{Webb1996DemographicPA,
  title={Demographic, psychosocial, and objective risk factors related to perceived risk of skin cancer.},
  author={John A Webb and Lois C. Friedman and S B Bruce and Armin D. Weinberg and Paul Cooper},
  journal={Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education},
  year={1996},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={174-7}
}
BACKGROUND AND METHODS The present study examined the ways in which demographic, psychosocial, and objective risk factors were related to perceived risk of skin cancer among 384 hospital employees who participated in a screening program. It was hypothesized that pyschosocial risk factors would account for a significant portion of the variance in risk… CONTINUE READING