Covering the psychobiological models of cancer etiology and progression, it discusses the relationship between stress and cancer. This collection of contributions updates the most recent material on the link between stress and cancer and the stress of cancer. There are also interesting insights on current thought and practice regarding this topic in China as well as the role of stress with regard to HIV infection and AIDS.
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Table of Contents
Cancer and Stress: A Possible Role for Psychoneuroimmunology in Cancer Research?
Recent Animal Studies of Stress and Cancer (B. Newberry, et al.).
PSYCHOSOCIAL AND PERSONALITY FACTORS.
Psychological Factors in Cancer Prognosis (M. Watson & A. Ramirez).
Cancer and Personality (H. Eysenck).
Cancer and Stress: The Effects of Social Support as a Resource (J. Bloom, et al.).
Studies of Psychological Factors and Cancer in China (Z. Zong-wei & G. Yan-rong).
COPING AND PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS.
The Stress of Cancer: Psychological Responses to Diagnosis and Treatment (P. Jacobsen & J. Holland).
What Good Is Psychotherapy When I Am Ill?
Psychosocial Problems and Interventions with Cancer Patients (C. Mathieson & H. Stam).
Coping and Adaptation in Cancer (E. Heim).
Counseling and Stress in HIV Infection and AIDS (J. Green & B. Hedge).