Thomas Blank

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology
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Park CL, Wortmann JH, Hale AE, et al. (2014) Assessing quality of life in young adult cancer survivors: development of the Survivorship-Related Quality of Life scale. Quality of Life Research : An International Journal of Quality of Life Aspects of Treatment, Care and Rehabilitation. 23: 2213-24
Popp JM, Robinson JL, Britner PA, et al. (2014) Parent adaptation and family functioning in relation to narratives of children with chronic illness. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 29: 58-64
Cho D, Park CL, Blank TO. (2013) Emotional approach coping: gender differences on psychological adjustment in young to middle-aged cancer survivors. Psychology & Health. 28: 874-94
Park CL, Cho D, Blank TO, et al. (2013) Cognitive and emotional aspects of fear of recurrence: predictors and relations with adjustment in young to middle-aged cancer survivors. Psycho-Oncology. 22: 1630-8
Schmidt SD, Blank TO, Bellizzi KM, et al. (2012) The relationship of coping strategies, social support, and attachment style with posttraumatic growth in cancer survivors. Journal of Health Psychology. 17: 1033-40
Park CL, Blank TO. (2012) Associations of positive and negative life changes with well-being in young and middle-aged adult cancer survivors. Psychology & Health. 27: 412-29
Park CL, Bharadwaj AK, Blank TO. (2011) Illness centrality, disclosure, and well-being in younger and middle-aged adult cancer survivors. British Journal of Health Psychology. 16: 880-9
Park CL, Chmielewski J, Blank TO. (2010) Post-traumatic growth: finding positive meaning in cancer survivorship moderates the impact of intrusive thoughts on adjustment in younger adults. Psycho-Oncology. 19: 1139-47
Park CL, Zlateva I, Blank TO. (2009) Self-identity after cancer: "survivor", "victim", "patient", and "person with cancer". Journal of General Internal Medicine. 24: S430-5
Park CL, Edmondson D, Hale-Smith A, et al. (2009) Religiousness/spirituality and health behaviors in younger adult cancer survivors: does faith promote a healthier lifestyle? Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 32: 582-91
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