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Title: Long-term experience of vasomotor instability: A five-year follow-up study of perceived control, coping and distress
Authors: Reynolds, F
Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Counselling Psychology Quarterly. 15 (1) 73-83
Abstract: Objectives: Vasomotor instability can be a long-term feature of the post-menopause yet little is known about how women cope. This study followed up a group of women over five years, to examine whether current levels of flush-related distress/discomfort were associated with past and present control beliefs, catastrophic thoughts and coping strategies. A further aim was to validate two measures developed in previous research against conceptually relevant standardised scales.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/2042
ISSN: 0951-5070
1469-3674
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