Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 29th, 2005
Researchers from the United States performed a study "To examine the effects of age, body image, and risk framing on treatment decision making for breast cancer using a healthy population." They used "an experimental 2 (younger women, older women) X 2 (survival, mortality frame) between-groups design."
K. M. Romanek and colleagues used a sample cohort consisting of "Two groups of healthy women: 56 women ages 18-24 from undergraduate psychology courses and 60 women ages 35-60 from the university community. The healthy women imagined that they had...
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