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Journal of Behavioral Medicine

Uitgave 5/2015

Special Section: Behavioral Medicine and Genetic Testing

Inhoudsopgave (14 Artikelen)

The effect of disease risk probability and disease type on interest in clinic-based versus direct-to-consumer genetic testing services

Kerry Sherman, Laura-Kate Shaw, Katrina Champion, Fernanda Caldeira, Margaret McCaskill

Perceived ambiguity as a barrier to intentions to learn genome sequencing results

Jennifer M. Taber, William M. P. Klein, Rebecca A. Ferrer, Paul K. J. Han, Katie L. Lewis, Leslie G. Biesecker, Barbara B. Biesecker

Genetic test reporting enhances understanding of risk information and acceptance of prevention recommendations compared to family history-based counseling alone

Jennifer M. Taber, Lisa G. Aspinwall, Tammy K. Stump, Wendy Kohlmann, Marjan Champine, Sancy A. Leachman

Impact of melanoma genetic test reporting on perceived control over melanoma prevention

Lisa G. Aspinwall, Tammy K. Stump, Jennifer M. Taber, Wendy Kohlmann, Samantha L. Leaf, Sancy A. Leachman

Genetic counseling content: How does it impact health behavior?

Kimberly M. Kelly, Lee Ellington, Nancy Schoenberg, Thomas Jackson, Stephanie Dickinson, Kyle Porter, Howard Leventhal, Michael Andrykowski

Effects of genetic and environmental risk assessment feedback on colorectal cancer screening adherence

Ronald E. Myers, Karen Ruth, Sharon L. Manne, James Cocroft, Randa Sifri, Barry Ziring, Desiree Burgh, Eric Ross, David S. Weinberg