1 edition of Medical illness and positive life change found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||American Psychological Association|
|Publishers||American Psychological Association|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|2||Decade of behavior|
|Overview of theoretical perspectives / Crystal L. Park Challenges to assessing positive life change / Howard Tennen & Glenn Affleck Example statistical strategy for assessing positive life change among individuals with breast cancer / Charles S. Carver, Suzanne C. Lechner, and Michael H. Antoni Benefit finding among children and adolescents with diabetes / Vicki S. Helgeson, Lindsey Lopez, and Constance Mennella Lifespan developmental perspectives on stress-related growth / Carolyn M. Aldwin, Michael R. Levenson, and Linda Kelly Lessons learned about benefit finding among individuals with cancer or HIV/AIDS / Suzanne C. Lechner and Kathryn E. Weaver Illness perceptions and benefit finding among individuals with breast cancer, acoustic neuroma, or heart disease / Keith J. Petrie and Arden Corter Positive life change and the social context of illness: an expanded social-cognitive processing model / Stephen J. Lepore and William Kernan Biological correlates: how psychological components of benefit finding may lead to physiological benefits / Julienne E. Bower, Elissa Epel, and Judith Tedlie Moskowitz Is benefit finding good for individuals with chronic disease? / Sara B. Algoe and Annette L. Stanton Enhancing positive adaptation: example intervention during treatment for breast cancer / Michael H. Antoni, Charles S. Carver, and Suzanne C. Lechner The clinician as expert companion / Richard G. Tedeschi and Lawrence G. Calhoun.|
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The identity function of autobiographical memory: Time is on our side. If it's a step toward a bigger goal, include that, too. In addition to natural light, a trend is to offer softer ambient lighting with specific lighting sources for staff tasks and for patient control of lighting levels. Although research participants readily complete measures of PTG, SRG, and BF, and respond easily to interview questions regarding benefit finding, an examination of scale items raises serious concerns as to whether people can accurately portray the growth and the benefits they claim to have experienced.
I love every cell of my body. If your child has a chronic illness, for help developing a health support plan and applying for programs or funding support for your child. There isn't any real magic when it comes to maintaining or getting to a normal body mass index. But the mere act of writing the letter can help you appreciate the people in your life and shift your focus away from negative feelings and thoughts.
Integrating response shift into health-related quality of life research: A theoretical model.
Benefit finding in multiple sclerosis and associations with positive and negative outcomes. Conceptual and Methodological Issues 9 1. You may find potential friends among people with whom:• However, just as all older adults are not the same, their health status also varies.A psychology of h u m a n strengths: Fundamental questions a n d future directions for a positive psychology pp.
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What psychological processes are involved in adaptation? What is a chronic illness? That will encourage you to slog through tough spots.
We also gave them questionnaires to measure how grateful they are in their lives in general.