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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 30, Number 3, 4 March 2015

Vigilance in the discrimination-stress model for Black Americans
pp. 253-267(15)
Authors: Himmelstein, Mary S.; Young, Danielle M.; Sanchez, Diana T.; Jackson, James S.

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The role of goal adjustment in symptoms of depression, anxiety and fatigue in cancer patients receiving psychosocial care: A longitudinal study
pp. 268-283(16)
Authors: Zhu, Lei; Ranchor, Adelita V.; van der Lee, Marije; Garssen, Bert; Sanderman, Robbert; Schroevers, Maya J.

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Randomised controlled trial of expressive writing and quality of life in men and women treated for colon or rectal cancer
pp. 284-300(17)
Authors: Lepore, Stephen J.; Revenson, Tracey A.; Roberts, Katherine J.; Pranikoff, Julie R.; Davey, Adam

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Using guided individualised feedback to review self-reported quality of life in health and its importance
pp. 301-317(17)
Authors: Llewellyn, Alison M.; Skevington, Suzanne M.

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Perceptions of the roles of behaviour and genetics in disease risk: Are they associated with behaviour change attempts
pp. 336-353(18)
Authors: Nguyen, Anh B.; Oh, April; Moser, Richard P.; Patrick, Heather

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Beyond emotional benefits: Physical activity and sedentary behaviour affect psychosocial resources through emotions
pp. 354-369(16)
Authors: Hogan, Candice L.; Catalino, Lahnna I.; Mata, Jutta; Fredrickson, Barbara L.

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Approach bias for food cues in obese individuals
pp. 370-380(11)
Authors: Kemps, Eva; Tiggemann, Marika

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