By Carolyn E. Schwartz, Mirjam A. G. Sprangers
Univ. of Massachusetts, Worcester. A build permitting researchers to appreciate and determine the impression of healthiness adjustments on perceived caliber of lifestyles. Examines reaction shift in populations resembling humans dwelling with AIDS, prostate melanoma sufferers, and breast melanoma sufferers present process remedy. For researchers, practitioners, and coverage makers. DNLM: edition, mental.
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A high score here indicates that the individual's level of pain was high relative to others with similar levels of well-being. Health status changes and life events: Catalysts of response shif?. Physical symptoms were assessed at initial and follow-up interviews using a 64-item checklist of AIDS illness- and treatment-related symptoms adapted from the Health Assessment Questionnaire (Lubeck & Fries, 1994). The list was modified to include symptoms associated with AIDS in women. Symptom change over time was characterized by deriving the number of symptoms that emerged between interviews, worsened, stayed the same, improved, and disappeared.
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Such positive biases are commonly observed in both diseased and normal populations and appear to be somewhat protective of mental health (Taylor, 1989). It is also possible, however, that memory itself may be biased. Specifically, memory for past appraisals of QOL may in some sense be biased by current appraisals. In this manner, positive evaluations of the present may provide a framework that encourages the overestimation of positive aspects of the past. Consequently, a patient’s view of past QOL may be colored by current perception.