Self-stigma predicts lower quality of life in Chinese American breast cancer survivors: exploring the mediating role of intrusive thoughts and posttraumatic growth
Quality of Life Research, pp. 2753-2760, 2019.
It is common for Chinese American breast cancer survivors to believe that having cancer is a stigmatizing condition. Little research exists on how this might affect their quality of life (QoL) and through which psychological processes. In the present study, we examined the association between self-stigma and QoL in a sample of Chinese Ame...More
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