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Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Campos, R. C., Besser, A., Ferreira, R., & Blatt, S. J. (2012). Self-criticism, neediness, and distress among women undergoing treatment for breast cancer: A preliminary test of the moderating role of adjustment to illness. International Journal of Stress Management, 19(2), 151–174. 


Castonguay, A. L., Wrosch, C., & Sabiston, C. M. (2017). The roles of negative affect and goal adjustment capacities in breast cancer survivors: Associations with physical activity and diurnal cortisol secretion. Health Psychology, 36(4), 320–331. 

Ciere, Y., Janse, M., Almansa, J., Visser, A., Sanderman, R., Sprangers, M. A. G., Ranchor, A. V., & Fleer, J. (2017). Distinct trajectories of positive and negative affect after colorectal cancer diagnosis. Health Psychology, 36(6), 521–528. 

Cook, S. A., Salmon, P., Dunn, G., Holcombe, C., Cornford, P., & Fisher, P. (2015). The association of metacognitive beliefs with emotional distress after diagnosis of cancer. Health Psychology, 34(3), 207–215. 


Desautels, C., Savard, J., Ivers, H., Savard, M.-H., & Caplette-Gingras, A. (2018). Treatment of depressive symptoms in patients with breast cancer: A randomized controlled trial comparing cognitive therapy and bright light therapy. Health Psychology, 37(1), 1–13. 

Foley, E., Baillie, A., Huxter, M., Price, M., & Sinclair, E. (2010). Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for individuals whose lives have been affected by cancer: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 78(1), 72–79. 

Gropalis, M., Bleichhardt, G., Hiller, W., & Witthöft, M. (2013). Specificity and modifiability of cognitive biases in hypochondriasis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 81(3), 558–565.

Gudenkauf, L. M., Antoni, M. H., Stagl, J. M., Lechner, S. C., Jutagir, D. R., Bouchard, L. C., Blomberg, B. B., Glück, S., Derhagopian, R. P., Giron, G. L., Avisar, E., Torres-Salichs, M. A., & Carver, C. S. (2015). Brief cognitive–behavioral and relaxation training interventions for breast cancer: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 83(4), 677–688. 

Hart, S. L., & Charles, S. T. (2013). Age-related patterns in negative affect and appraisals about colorectal cancer over time. Health Psychology, 32(3), 302–310. 

Henselmans, I., Helgeson, V. S., Seltman, H., de Vries, J., Sanderman, R., & Ranchor, A. V. (2010). Identification and prediction of distress trajectories in the first year after a breast cancer diagnosis. Health Psychology, 29(2), 160–168. 

McManus, F., Surawy, C., Muse, K., Vazquez-Montes, M., & Williams, J. M. G. (2012). A randomized clinical trial of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy versus unrestricted services for health anxiety (hypochondriasis). Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 80(5), 817–828. 

Merluzzi, T. V., Philip, E. J., Heitzmann Ruhf, C. A., Liu, H., Yang, M., & Conley, C. C. (2018). Self-efficacy for coping with cancer: Revision of the Cancer Behavior Inventory (Version 3.0). Psychological Assessment, 30(4), 486–499. 

Rottmann, N., Hansen, D. G., Larsen, P. V., Nicolaisen, A., Flyger, H., Johansen, C., & Hagedoorn, M. (2015). Dyadic coping within couples dealing with breast cancer: A longitudinal, population-based study. Health Psychology, 34(5), 486–495.

Rosenfeld, B., Pessin, H., Lewis, C., Abbey, J., Olden, M., Sachs, E., Amakawa, L., Kolva, E., Brescia, R., & Breitbart, W. (2011). Assessing hopelessness in terminally ill cancer patients: Development of the Hopelessness Assessment in Illness Questionnaire. Psychological Assessment, 23(2), 325–336. 

Stanton, A. L., Wiley, J. F., Krull, J. L., Crespi, C. M., & Weihs, K. L. (2018). Cancer-related coping processes as predictors of depressive symptoms, trajectories, and episodes. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 86(10), 820–830.

Trudel-Fitzgerald, C., Tworoger, S. S., Poole, E. M., Zhang, X., Giovannucci, E. L., Meyerhardt, J. A., & Kubzansky, L. D. (2018). Psychological symptoms and subsequent healthy lifestyle after a colorectal cancer diagnosis. Health Psychology, 37(3), 207–217.


Weck, F., Neng, J. M. B., Richtberg, S., Jakob, M., & Stangier, U. (2015). Cognitive therapy versus exposure therapy for hypochondriasis (health anxiety): A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 83(4), 665–676. 

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Anderson, Greg. 50 Essential Things to Do When the Doctor Says It’s Cancer. Penguin Books. New York, NY. 1993.

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Bennett, Emily; English, Martin William; Rennoldson, Michael; StarzaSmith, Arleta. Predicting Parenting Stress in Caregivers of Children with Brain Tumours. PsychoOncology. Mar2013. Vol. 22 Issue 3. Pg. 629636. 8p. 1 Diagram, 4 Charts, 1 Graph. DOI: 10.1002/pon.3047.

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Cunningham, Alastair, & Henry Oreher. A New Study on ‘Fighting Spirit’ and Breast Cancer. Advances in MindBody Medicine. Spring 2000. Vol. 16 Issue 2.

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Emery, Gary, Ph.D. & Campbell, James, M.D. Rapid Relief and Emotional Distress. Rawson Associates. New York, NY. 1986.

Fredman, Steffany J.; Baucom, Donald H.; Gremore, Tina M.; Castellani, Angela M.; Kallman, Theresa A.; Porter, Laura S.; Kirby, Jennifer S.; Claire Dees, E.; KlauberDemore, Nancy; Peppercorn, Jeffrey; Carey, Lisa A. Quantifying the Recruitment Challenges with CoupleBased Interventions for Cancer: Applications to EarlyStage Breast Cancer. PsychoOncology. June 2009. Vol 18 Issue 6. Pg. 667.

Geffen, Jeremy, M.D. The Journey Through Cancer: An Oncologist’s Seven Level Program for Healing and Transforming the Whole Person. Crown Publishers. New York, NY. 2000.

Granet, Roger, M.D. Surviving Cancer Emotionally: Learning How to Heal. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York, NY. 2001.

Greenstein, Mindy. The House That’s on Fire: MeaningCentered Psychotherapy Pilot Group for Cancer Patients. American Journal of Psychotherapy. Fall 2000. Vol. 54 Issue 4.

Greenstein, Mindy & William Breitbart. Cancer and the Experience of Meaning: A Group Psychotherapy for People with Cancer. American Journal of Psychotherapy. Fall 2000. Vol. 54 Issue 4.

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Litzelman, Kristin; Barker, Emily; Catrine, Kristine; Puccetti, Diane; Possin, Peggy; Witt, Whitney P. Socioeconomic Disparities in the Quality of Life in Children with Cancer or Brain Tumors: The Mediating Role of Family Factors. PsychoOncology. May2013. Vol. 22 Issue 5. Pg. 10811088. 8p. 1 Diagram, 3 Charts. DOI: 10.1002/pon.3113.

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National Cancer Institue. Facing Forward Life After Cancer Treatment. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Institutes of Health. Pg. 168.

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Rokach, A. Terminal Illness and Coping with Loneliness. The Journal of Psychology. May 2000. Vol. 134 Issue 3.

Rosenberg, Abby R.; Baker, K. Scott; Syrjala, Karen L.; Back, Anthony L.; Wolfe, Joanne. Promoting Resilience among Parents and Caregivers of Children with Cancer. Journal of Palliative Medicine. Jun2013. Vol. 16 Issue 6. Pg. 645652. 8p. 1 Diagram, 3 Charts. DOI: 10.1089/jpm.2012.0494.

Seitz, Diana C. M.; Besier, Tanja; Goldbeck, Lutz. Psychosocial Interventions for Adolescent Cancer Patients: A Systematic Review of the Literature. PsychoOncology. July 2009. Vol 18 Issue 7. Pg. 638.

Spiegel, David & Matthew Cordova. SupportiveExpressive Group Therapy and Life Extension of Breast Cancer Patients. Advances in MindBody Medicine. Winter 2001. Vol. 17 Issue 1.

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