Published in Cancer Weekly, August 23rd, 2005
"The present meta-analytic review assessed the relations between coping categories and indices of adjustment in men with prostate cancer. Relevant methodological and statistical information was extracted from 33 target studies (n=3,133 men with prostate cancer)," scientists writing in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine reported.
"Men with prostate cancer who used approach, problem-focused, and emotion-focused coping were healthier both psychologically and physically, although the effect sizes for problem-focused coping and emotion-focused coping were more modest. For approach coping, these...
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