Posttraumatic growth and PTSD symptomatology among colorectal cancer survivors: a 3-month longitudinal examination of cognitive processing.

@article{Salsman2009PosttraumaticGA,
  title={Posttraumatic growth and PTSD symptomatology among colorectal cancer survivors: a 3-month longitudinal examination of cognitive processing.},
  author={John M. Salsman and Suzanne C. Segerstrom and Emily H Brechting and Charles R. Carlson and Michael A. Andrykowski},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={30-41}
}
INTRODUCTION The experience of cancer can be understood as a psychosocial transition, producing both positive and negative outcomes. Cognitive processing may facilitate psychological adjustment. METHODS Fifty-five post-treatment, colorectal cancer survivors (M=65.9 years old; SD=12.7), an average of 13 months post-diagnosis, were recruited from a state cancer registry and completed baseline and 3-month questionnaires assessing dispositional (social desirability), cognitive processing… CONTINUE READING
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