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Page 3186 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 86, Issue 8 [page]

1999 Psychological Abstracts  
Independent effects for problem-focused engagement and disengagement and emotion-fo- cused engagement coping were also found at 6 months.  ...  Problem-focused engagement coping was related to lower anxiety/depression symptoms near diagnosis, emotion-focused disen- gagement coping was related to more anxiety/depression symptoms at 6 months, controlling  ... 

The Impact of Illness Perceptions and Coping Strategies on Use of Supportive Care for Cancer

Peta Stephenson, Eva Yuen, Gemma Skaczkowski, Evelien R Spelten, Sheina Orbell, Carlene Wilson
2021 Cancers  
Problem-focused coping mediated the relationship between personal control and supportive care use; emotion-focused coping did not mediate between emotional responses to cancer and the uptake of survivorship  ...  Predictor variables were cognitive and emotional representations of cancer, as measured by the Illness Perception Questionnaire-Revised (IPQ-R), and problem- and emotion-focused coping strategies, as measured  ...  Differences were also found for place of residence Independent sample t-tests also tested whether the scores of personal control and emotional representations and use of problem-focused and emotion-focused  ... 
doi:10.3390/cancers13102501 pmid:34065475 pmcid:PMC8160678 fatcat:jkhjnv77pvab5fqh3wqfesdw3y

Page 1009 of Compendium : Continuing Education for Veterinarians Vol. 14, Issue 7 [page]

1992 Compendium : Continuing Education for Veterinarians  
Sev- eral articles have addressed the concepts of disease proba- bility on a population or herd basis, but few have focused on probability and diagnosis of the individual case.  ...  Vol. 14, No. 7, July 1992 1009 Continuing Education Article #10 Problem-Oriented Diagnostics, Statistical Inference, and Clinical Decisions’ KEY FACTS ¢ Identification of clinical problems focuses diagnostic  ... 


Martha Evi Tondang
2019 International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS)  
Quality nursing care documentation based on facts, accurate, complete, concise, organized, timely, easy to read, and continuity.  ...  The causes include the lack of optimal competence in providing independent nursing care, not optimal nursing manager functions.  ...  Nursing concern (Nc): Focusing on nursing 5.  ... 
doi:10.35654/ijnhs.v2i1.81 fatcat:36f422rqnzeztf3sdqocrco47e


A.R Kasetwar .
2014 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology  
Now a day's many VLSI designers are implementing different applications on real time with the use of FPGAs. Although they are working efficiently, they are not achieving their expected goals.  ...  Most of the authors had focused on application independent diagnosis of FPGAs.  ...  In this paper, we are focusing on the detailed study of various application dependent fault diagnosis methods.  ... 
doi:10.15623/ijret.2014.0302115 fatcat:wz46jziiybb7fevjzmjjmiabu4

The role of social support and self-esteem in the presence and course of depressive symptoms: a comparison of cancer patients and individuals from the general population

Maya J. Schroevers, Adelita V. Ranchor, Robbert Sanderman
2003 Social Science and Medicine  
The only exception was a lack of problem-focused emotional support.  ...  The key focus of this longitudinal study in the Netherlands was to determine the role of social support (i.e. perceived availability of emotional support, lack of received problem-focused emotional support  ...  Furthermore, they would like to thank Millard Waltz for his helpful comments on the article.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0277-9536(02)00366-0 pmid:12765715 fatcat:dfhp5rzj6bezhcmjxpuk7bx54a


Aline Marian Callegaro, Henrique Simonetti, Fernando Gonçalves Amaral, Carlos Fernando Jung, Carla Schwengber Ten Caten
2013 Independent Journal of Management & Production  
The diagnosis showed the company main problems were related to the shop assistant dependences on shoemakers to provide budget information and delivery time to customers and the layout organization.  ...  The EWA was used focusing on the work organization, how the flow of information ran from the entry of an order to the final stage of the product repairing.  ...  The second visit to the microenterprise was focused on the organizational process and layout, main identified problems in the first diagnosis.  ... 
doi:10.14807/ijmp.v4i2.84 fatcat:5vs3mequojg7jlkgz4i3yrad34

The Case of "Kate" and Her Pseudohallucinations from the Perspective of Interpersonal Defense Theory: An Example of Using Case Formulations as the Key Guide for Understanding Patients' Problems and Making Treatment Decisions

Michael A. Westerman
2014 Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy  
First, the case supports this point because the authors found it necessary to move away from their initial focus on Kate's hallucinations to successively broader viewpoints on Kate's problems, which involved  ...  I believe the case study shows that the authors initially approached the treatment in a manner that reflected this unfortunate symptom-based approach by focusing primarily on medication, but soon recognized  ...  Hence, it seems that the parent therapy focused less exclusively on Kate's difficulties expressing anger and more on autonomy and independence than was the case for Kate's individual therapy.  ... 
doi:10.14713/pcsp.v10i4.1875 fatcat:ickfhnrhfvbsfloorlappcgrda

Coping response following a diagnosis of breast cancer: A systematic review

Esmat Mehrabi, Sepideh Hajian, Masoomeh Simbar, Mohammad Hoshyari, Farid Zayeri
2015 Electronic Physician  
phase of breast cancer diagnosis.  ...  Only those papers were selected that focused on coping strategies/behaviors that were used by breast cancer survivors. Results: Searching the electronic databases resulted in 2390 articles.  ...  Khalili et al., in their crosssectional quantitative study that was performed among 62 Iranian women with a diagnosis of breast cancer, reported that religion, acceptance, planning as problem-focused  ... 
doi:10.19082/1575 pmid:26816583 pmcid:PMC4725409 fatcat:cnxv2lkd45bibe4fyg6idqtqfy

'He Never Liked Sport Anyway' - Mother's Views of Young People Coping With a Bone Tumour in the Lower Limb

Emily A. Earle, Christine Eiser, Robert Grimer
2005 Sarcoma  
However, strategies to manage these difficulties changed from Problem (constructive attempts to deal with challenges) to Emotion (managing the situation through use of emotions) focused coping from T1  ...  The shift from Problem to Emotion focussed coping over time may suggest a degree of acceptance of practical problems.  ...  Strategies were further coded as Problemor Emotion-focused coping based on accepted definitions [7, 8] . Problem-focused coping 1.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13577140500043823 pmid:18521410 pmcid:PMC2395623 fatcat:ukfcagyntzbcxjoimmcfvhwscy

Page 1 of European Journal of Cancer Care Vol. 4, Issue 3 [page]

1995 European Journal of Cancer Care  
The second structural analysis focused on the themes aimed at identifying categories.  ...  Thereafter, a structural analysis was undertaken aimed at identifying the structures of the text and focusing on one question at a time. Then, the identified structures were organized into themes.  ... 

Mixed Psychological Changes Following Mastectomy: Unique Predictors and Heterogeneity of Post-traumatic Growth and Post-traumatic Depreciation

Aleksandra Kroemeke, Kamilla Bargiel-Matusiewicz, Magdalena Kalamarz
2017 Frontiers in Psychology  
Results: PTG and PTD had unique predictors: time since diagnosis and positive emotion-focused coping predicted PTG (R 2 = 0.24), while negative emotion-focused and avoidance-focused coping and low support  ...  Higher emotion-and avoidance-focused coping was characteristic for the high PTD low PTG group (R 2 = 0.41).  ...  However, these results do not support data on the relationship between PTG and problem-focused coping.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01245 pmid:28775703 pmcid:PMC5517438 fatcat:fh6vwpacfjcynocs67qgdryoj4

Page 417 of Journal of Family Psychology Vol. 26, Issue 3 [page]

2012 Journal of Family Psychology  
with opportunities for independent problem solving.  ...  The present study extended the clinical relevance of this work by focusing on the prediction of formal ID diagnosis among children already exhib- iting deviant developmental trajectories and by examining  ... 

Estratégias de enfrentamento e relação com condições sociodemográficas de mulheres com câncer de mama

Franciéle Marabotti Costa Leite, Maria Helena Costa Amorim, Denise Silveira de Castro, Cândida Caniçali Primo
2012 Acta Paulista de Enfermagem  
DIsCUssION Based on the findings, it could be identified that, independently of sociodemographic characteristics, women preferably adopt religion and problem-focused coping strategies, followed by the  ...  CONCLUsION Independently of sociodemographic variables, in this process of coping with breast cancer and tamoxifen treatment, these women experience the four coping strategies: focus on the problem, religion  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0103-21002012000200009 fatcat:p3abrnt75vcm7blm3lqv3z5pve


D. Pavithra
2018 International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science  
This paper focuses on the use of different machine learning algorithms like Support Vector Machine, Naïve Bayesian, J48, Random Forest etc. for accurate medical diagnosis.  ...  They are mainly used in medical diagnosis for making critical decisions, as the data in the medical field is huge and the accuracy of the diagnosis depends on considering the huge data of the patients.  ...  Computer Science mainly focuses on solving the problems and identifying whether the problems are solvable at all stages.  ... 
doi:10.26483/ijarcs.v9i4.6281 fatcat:5bxw6j25kndnthgn7zmfogtvpi
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