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Volume 28, Number 4, 1 April 2013

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Patient and spouse illness beliefs and quality of life in prostate cancer patients
pp. 355-368(14)
Authors: Wu, Lisa M.; Mohamed, Nihal E.; Winkel, Gary; Diefenbach, Michael A.

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Perceived overprotection, instrumental support and rehabilitation use in elders with vision loss: A longitudinal perspective
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Authors: Cimarolli, Verena R.; Boerner, Kathrin; Reinhardt, Joann P.; Horowitz, Amy

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Illness perception of migraineurs from the general population
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Authors: Radat, Françoise; Koleck, Michèle; Foucaud, Jérôme; Lantéri-Minet, Michel; Lucas, Christian; Massiou, Hélène; Nachit-Ouinekh, Fatima; El Hasnaoui, Abdelkader

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Effects of current physical activity on affective response to exercise: Physical and social–cognitive mechanisms
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Authors: Magnan, Renee E.; Kwan, Bethany M.; Bryan, Angela D.

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Associations between risk perceptions and worry about common diseases: A between- and within-subjects examination
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Authors: Shiloh, Shoshana; Wade, Christopher H.; Roberts, J. Scott; Alford, Sharon Hensley; Biesecker, Barbara B.

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Socially sensitive lactation: Exploring the social context of breastfeeding
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Local dominance in health risk perception
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