A kognitív sémák és a társkapcsolatok fejlodésének különbözo útjai gyermekkori daganatos betegségbol felgyógyult felnotteknél

Translated title of the contribution: Different process of development in cognitive schemata and social relations in cancer survivals whose illness onset dated from early or late childhood

Edit Molnár, Ádám Feldmann, László Nagy, Rozália Szucs, István Tiringer, Zsolt Unoka, D. Molnár, János Kállai

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Background: Despite the improving medical care and increasing survival rate, the consequences of pediatric cancer may persist for many years after the end of treatment, which can influence everyday adaptation and social relationships. Perception of the stressful life events and the long term psychosocial adaptation are influenced by social support and cognitive appraisal determined by many factors including cognitive maturity and age. Aim: The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of social relationships and cognitive schemata in childhood cancer survivors. The patient group consisted of persons suffered from cancer before and after eight years of age (N = 59) and a matched control group without chronic childhood illness (N = 53). Methods: The participant's cognitive schemata system, coping capacity, close relationships, anxiety, depression, and trauma-related data were measured by a test battery involving Young Schema Questionnaire, COPE (Coping questionnaire), Experience of Close Relationships, My Memories of Upbringing (Egna Minnen BetrÃffande Uppfostran), Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, and Impact of Event Scale-R. Results: No differences were found in test parameters of survivors diagnosed after eight years of age and healthy control participants, among males and females. However, women with cancer diagnosed before eight years of age reported more passive coping style and different kind of maladaptive schemata including feelings of separation, limited autonomy, dependency, and apprehensiveness. Conclusion: Our data underline the importance of psychosocial care of early childhood cancer which might have significant influences on adult interpersonal problems, first of all among females. During follow-up, psychosocial interventions - focusing on active problem-solving, decreasing feelings of separation, strengthening autonomy, reducing dependency - are highly recommended.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)231-257
Number of pages27
JournalMentalhigiene es Pszichoszomatika
Volume14
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1 2013

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Neoplasms
Survivors
Emotions
Anxiety
Depression
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Chronic Disease
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Wounds and Injuries
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A kognitív sémák és a társkapcsolatok fejlodésének különbözo útjai gyermekkori daganatos betegségbol felgyógyult felnotteknél. / Molnár, Edit; Feldmann, Ádám; Nagy, László; Szucs, Rozália; Tiringer, István; Unoka, Zsolt; Molnár, D.; Kállai, János.

In: Mentalhigiene es Pszichoszomatika, Vol. 14, No. 3, 01.09.2013, p. 231-257.

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Molnár, Edit ; Feldmann, Ádám ; Nagy, László ; Szucs, Rozália ; Tiringer, István ; Unoka, Zsolt ; Molnár, D. ; Kállai, János. / A kognitív sémák és a társkapcsolatok fejlodésének különbözo útjai gyermekkori daganatos betegségbol felgyógyult felnotteknél. In: Mentalhigiene es Pszichoszomatika. 2013 ; Vol. 14, No. 3. pp. 231-257.
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