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Children Coping with Cancer: Cross-Sectional and Prospective Relations between Parenting Behaviors and Children’s Coping
(Vanderbilt University, 2014)
Objective. Children diagnosed with cancer face numerous sources of stress and are at risk for emotional problems such as anxiety and depression. Parenting behavior and children’s coping are two important factors that may ...
Parent-Child Communication and Child Distress In Response to a Child’s Diagnosis of Cancer
(Vanderbilt University, 2007-04-16)
Childhood cancer is a disease that affects a relatively small number of children and families in the US each year, but those families who are affected are often devastated. The stress and heartbreak of childhood cancer ...
Associations of Maternal Macro- and Micro-Level Communication Styles and Child Emotions During Parent-Child Discussions About Children’s Cancer
(Vanderbilt University, 2011-04)
Previous research indicates that children with pediatric cancer may be at risk for both short-term and long-term emotional difficulties including anxiety and depression. Parent communication may guide a child in successfully ...
Similarity between Parent’s and Children’s Coping with Childhood Cancer
(Vanderbilt University, 2013-04-02)
The current study will examine the degree of similarity in ways of coping in a sample of children with newly diagnosed cancer and their parents. There is a relationship between mother’s coping and children’s coping, which ...
Association of Maternal Anxiety, Perceptions of Child Prognosis, and Coping with Maternal Supportiveness for Children with Cancer
(Vanderbilt University, 2010-04)
Over 12,400 children in the United States are diagnosed with cancer annually. The diagnosis and treatment of cancer can create significant amounts of stress for the mothers of these children. While facing this stress, ...