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Emotional self-efficacy, stressful life events, and satisfaction with social support in relation to mood disturbance among women living with breast cancer in rural communities


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Palesh, O. G., Shaffer, T., Larson, J., Edsall, S., Chen, X. H., Koopman, C., Turner-Cobb, J. M., Kreshka, M. A., Graddy, K. and Parsons, R., 2006. Emotional self-efficacy, stressful life events, and satisfaction with social support in relation to mood disturbance among women living with breast cancer in rural communities. Breast Journal, 12 Mar-Apr (2), pp. 123-129.

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Abstract

This study evaluated the relationships of emotional self-efficacy, stressful life events, and social support with mood disturbance among women diagnosed with breast cancer who live in rural communities. Eighty-two women completed measures of demographic characteristics, medical status, and psychosocial variables. Using multiple regression analysis, we found that greater mood disturbance was related to having less emotional self-efficacy (p

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsPalesh, O. G., Shaffer, T., Larson, J., Edsall, S., Chen, X. H., Koopman, C., Turner-Cobb, J. M., Kreshka, M. A., Graddy, K. and Parsons, R.
DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Psychology
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code9392
Additional InformationID number: ISI:000235821000005

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