Psycho-Oncology

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Edited By: Jimmie C. Holland and Maggie Watson

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 6/38 (Social Sciences Biomedical); 24/129 (Psychology Multidisciplinary); 29/76 (Psychology); 125/211 (Oncology)

Online ISSN: 1099-1611

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2015 (Volume 24)


August (Issue 8)

Psychosocial telephone interventions for patients with cancer and survivors: a systematic review
S. Okuyama et al. (Pages 857 – 870)

July (Issue 7)

Population-, intervention- and methodology-related characteristics of clinical trials impact exercise efficacy during adjuvant therapy for breast cancer: a meta-regression analysis
M. Carayol et al. (Pages 737 – 747)

June (Issue 6)

Cancer, coping, and cognition: a model for the role of stress reactivity in cancer-related cognitive decline
C. Andreotti et al. (Pages 617 – 623)

May (Issue 5)

Psychosocial interventions addressing the needs of Black women diagnosed with breast cancer: a review of the current landscape
N. E. Whitehead & L. E. Hearn (Pages 497 – 507)

April (Issue 4)

The changing landscape of cancer care – the impact of psychosocial clinical practice guidelines
J. Turner (Pages 365 – 370)

March (Issue 3)

Screening for psychological distress in cancer: renewing the research agenda
P. Salmon et al. (Pages 262 – 268)

February (Issue 2)

Pediatric psycho-oncology care: standards, guidelines, and consensus reports
L. Wiener et al. (Pages 204 – 211)

January (Issue 1)

The effect of creative psychological interventions on psychological outcomes for adult cancer patients: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials
S. Archer et al. (Pages 1 – 10)


2014 (Volume 23)


December (Issue 12)

Adolescents living with a parent with advanced cancer: a review of the literature
F. Phillips (Pages 1323 – 1339)

November (Issue 11)

Patient empowerment in cancer pain management: an integrative literature
N. te Boveldt et al.(Pages 1203 – 1211)

October (Issue 10)

The use of antidepressants in patients with advanced cancer—results from an international multicentre study
E. Janberidze et al. (Pages 1096 – 1102)

September (Issue 9)

Factors associated with delayed patient appraisal of colorectal cancer symptoms
L. Siminoff et al. (Pages 981 – 988)

August (Issue 8)

Grandparents of children with cancer: a controlled study of distress, support, and barriers to care
C. E. Wakefield et al. (Pages 855 – 861)

July (Issue 7)

Systematic screening for distress in oncology practice using the Distress Barometer: the impact on referrals to psychosocial care
S. Bauwens et al. (Pages 804 – 811)

June (Issue 6)

They still grieve—a nationwide follow-up of young adults 2–9 years after losing a sibling to cancer
J. Sveen et al. (Pages 658 – 664)

May (Issue 5)

Physicians' experiences and perspectives regarding the use of continuous sedation until death for cancer patients in the context of psychological and existential suffering at the end of life
L. Anquinet et al. (Pages 539 – 546)

April (Issue 4)

‘It's not like you just had a heart attack’: decision-making about active surveillance by men with localized prostate cancer
R. J. Volk et al. (Pages 467 – 472)

March (Issue 3)

Validation of the Distress Thermometer worldwide: state of the science
K. A. Donovan et al. (Pages 241 – 250)

February (Issue 2)

Prevalence of depression in cancer patients: a meta-analysis of diagnostic interviews and self-report instruments
A. M. H. Krebber et al. (Pages 121 – 130)

January (Issue 1)

Broadening the cancer and cognition landscape: the role of self-regulatory challenges
J. Arndt et al. (Pages 1 – 8)


2013 (Volume 22)


October (Issue 10)

Social support and quality of life among lung cancer patients: a systematic review
A. Luszczynska et al. (Pages 2160 – 2168)

September (Issue 9)

‘I know they are distressed. What do I do now?’
S. Moorey (Pages 1946 – 1952)

August (Issue 8)

A systematic review and meta-analysis of psychosocial interventions for couples coping with cancer
H. Badr & P. Krebs (Pages 1688 – 1704)

July (Issue 7)

Effects of an expressive writing intervention on cancer-related distress in Danish breast cancer survivors — results from a nationwide randomized clinical trial
M. B. Jensen-Johansen et al. (Pages 1492 – 1500)

June (Issue 6)

Effects of self-directed stress management training and home-based exercise on quality of life in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy: a randomized controlled trial
P. B. Jacobsen et al. (Pages 1229 – 1235)

May (Issue 5)

Factors reported to influence fear of recurrence in cancer patients: a systematic review
J. V. Crist & E. A. Grunfeld (Pages 978 – 986)

April (Issue 4)

Long-term outcomes of the FRESH START trial: exploring the role of self-efficacy in cancer survivors' maintenance of dietary practices and physical activity
C. E. Mosher et al. (Pages 876 – 885)

Correlates of continued smoking versus cessation among survivors of smoking-related cancers
C. J. Berg et al. (Pages 799 – 806)

March (Issue 3)

The state of psychosocial services in cancer care in the United States
T. Deshields et al. (Pages 699 – 703)

February (Issue 2)

Fetal neural tube defects in pregnant women previously submitted to bariatric surgery: more attention to a new emerging entity
G. Pelizzo et al. (Pages 196 – 197)

January (Issue 1)

Fear of recurrence and disease progression in long-term (≥5 years) cancer survivors—a systematic review of quantitative studies
L. Koch et al. (Pages 1 – 11)


2012 (Volume 21)


December (Issue 12)

A systematic review of the associations between empathy measures and patient outcomes in cancer care
S. Lelorain et al. (Pages 1255 – 1264)

November (Issue 11)

Brain vulnerability to chemotherapy toxicities
T. A. Ahles (Pages 1141 – 1148)

October (Issue 10)

Can a tailored telephone intervention delivered by volunteers reduce the supportive care needs, anxiety and depression of people with colorectal cancer? A randomised controlled trial
V. M. White (Pages 1053 – 1062)

September (Issue 9)

Mind as a risk factor for cancer—some comments
C. Johansen (Pages 922 – 926)

August (Issue 8)

Patient versus clinician symptom reporting: how accurate is the detection of distress in the oncologic after-care?
A. Werner et al. (Pages 818 – 826)

July (Issue 7)

Initial evaluation of an Internet intervention to improve the sleep of cancer survivors with insomnia
L. M. Ritterband et al. (Pages 695 – 705)

June (Issue 6)

Mind matters in cancer survival
D. Spiegel (Pages 588 – 593)

May (Issue 5)

The ToT Study: Helping with Touch or Talk (ToT): a pilot randomised controlled trial to examine the clinical effectiveness of aromatherapy massage versus cognitive behaviour therapy for emotional distress in patients in cancer/palliative care
M. Serfaty et al. (Pages 563 – 569)

April (Issue 4)

The psychological impact of a cancer diagnosed during pregnancy: determinants of long-term distress
M. Henry et al. (Pages 444 – 450)

March (Issue 3)

Depression in lung cancer patients: the role of perceived stigma
B. D. Gonzalez & P. B. Jacobsen (Pages 239 – 246)

February (Issue 2)

The psychosocial impact of interrupted childbearing in long-term female cancer survivors
B. D. A. L. Canada & L. R. Schover (Pages 134 – 143)

January (Issue 1)

The faster the better?—A systematic review on distress in the diagnostic phase of suspected cancer, and the influence of rapid diagnostic pathways
P. Brocken et al. (Pages 1 – 10)


2011 (Volume 20)


December (Issue 12)

Factors influencing the attitudes and behaviors of oncologists regarding the truthful disclosure of information to patients with advanced and incurable cancer
N. I. Cherny (Pages 1269 – 1284)

November (Issue 11)

Psychosocial risk profiles among black male veterans administration patients non-adherent with colorectal cancer screening
R. BeLue et al. (Pages 1151 – 1160)

October (Issue 10)

Facilitating reproductive choices: the impact of health services on the experiences of young women with breast cancer
R. J. Lee et al. (Pages 1044 – 1052)

September (Issue 9)

Combined therapy versus usual care for the treatment of depression in oncologic patients: a randomized controlled trial
B. Rodríguez Vega et al. (Pages 943 – 952)

August (Issue 8)

The wish to hasten death: a review of clinical studies
C. Monforte-Royo et al. (Pages 795 – 804)

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