HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY




JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S2         SY HLT 1          PA HLT      KA HLT 1    KA HLT 2        KA HLT 3        SY HLT 2
S3         SY HLT 3          SY HLT 4                SY HLT 5                        SY HLT 6
S4         SY HLT 14         SY HLT 8
S7                                                                                   SY HLT 16
CI         TS HLT 3          SY HLT 25
D-2        TS HLT 1          TS HLT 2                TS HLT 4                        TS HLT 5

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Area       PO HLT (SESSION 1)                        PO HLT (SESSION 2)


JULY 21 - THURSDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S2         SY HLT 9          KA HLT 4    KA HLT 5    SY HLT 10                       SY HLT 11
S3         SY HLT 12         SY HLT 13               TS HLT 12                       SY HLT 15
D-2        TS HLT 6          TS HLT 7                TS HLT 8                        TS HLT 9

Exhibition
Area       PO HLT (SESSION 3)                        PO HLT (SESSION 4)


JULY 22 - FRIDAY
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S3                           SY HLT 17               SY HLT 18                       SY HLT 19
CII        TS HLT 13         SY HLT 21               TS HLT 14                       SY HLT 23
D-2        TS HLT 10         TS HLT 11


Exhibition
Area       PO HLT (SESSION 5)                        PO HLT (SESSION 6)
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY HLT 1 Room: S2 INTERVENTIONS TARGETED TO HEALTHY POPULATION: PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF HEALTH CHECKUPS AND SCREENING Conveners: Arja R. ARO ; National Public Health Institute, Finland & Ritva NUPPONEN, The UKK Institute for Health Promotion Research, Finland Chairpersons: Arja R. ARO, National Public Health Institute, Finland & Marie JOHNSTON, University of St. Andrew's, Scotland, U.K. SY HLT (1) 1 THE ROLE OF HEALTH PROFFESSIONALS BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES IN UPTAKE OF BREAST SCREENING Hilary L. BEKKER; ; United Medical & Dental Schools of Guy's and St. Thomas, University of London, UK SY HLT (1) 2 PRACTITIONER PERCEPTIONS ON COUNSELING AT PERIODIC HEALTH EXAMINATIONS Ritva NUPPONEN; ; The UKK Institute for Health Promotion Research, Finland SY HLT (1) 3 BREAST CANCER DETECTION BEHAVIOR: A QUESTION OF CONTROL PERCEPTIONS OR AVAILABILITY OF SERVICES? Arja R. ARO; & Pilvikki ABSETZ-YLÖSTALO; National Public Health Institute, Finland SY HLT (1) 4 COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE IMPACT OF CHOLESTEROS SCREENING: THE ROLE OF MOTIVATED BIAS Robert T. CROYLE; ; University of Utah, USA SY HLT (1) 5 EXPLAINING THE UPTAKE OF SCREENING: HOW IMPORTANT ARE ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS? Stephen SUTTON; ; Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK SY HLT (1) 6 DUTCH RESEARCH ON PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF BREAST CANCER SCREENING Henk BOER; ; University of Twente, The Netherlands Discussants: Marie JOHNSTON, University of St. Andrew's, Scotland, U.K. & Theresa MARTEAU, UMDS. Guy's and St,. Thomas Medical and Dental School, U.K. SY HLT 3 Room: S3 AIDS: NEW FINDINGS AND DIRECTIONS IN PSYCHOSOCIAL RESEARCH Convener and Chairperson: Rolando DIAZ-LOVING ; UNAM, Mexico SY HLT (3) 1 PREDICTION OF CONDOM USE AND PETITION OF CONDOM USE: APPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF REASONED ACTION Rolando DIAZ-LOVING; & Gabina VILLAGRAN; UNAM, Mexico SY HLT (3) 2 AIDS: KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR OF PUERTO RICAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Nydia LUCCA; & Angel M. PACHECO; University of Puerto Rico SY HLT (3) 3 STRUCTURAL EQUATION ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIORAL COMPONENTS RELATED TO AIDS Julio PIÑA LOPEZ; & Ivette MAQUEZ & Victor CORRAL; Universidad de Sonora, Mexico SY HLT (3) 4 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THREE APPROACHES TO AIDS PREVENTION Edwin S. ZOLIK; ; DePaul University, Chicago, USA Discussant: Ruben ARDILA, Colombia SY HLT 14 Room: S4 BURNOUT IN HEALTH CARE: ETIOLOGY AND INTERVENTION Convener and Chairperson: Wilmar B. SCHAUFELI; University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands SY HLT (14) 1 BURN-OUT: THEORY AND PRACTICE REVISITED Thomas COX; , University of Nottingham, U.K. & Dewe, P., Nassey University, Nw Zealan & Leiter, M., Acadia University, Canada SY HLT (14) 2 THE ETIOLOGY OF BURNOUT: A PERSPECTIVE FROM EQUITY THEORY D. VAN DIERENDONCK; University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands SY HLT (14) 3 COPING WITH STRESS AND BURNOUT IN FRENCH PEDIATRIC RESSUSCIATION UNITS N. GIRAULT-LIDVAN; Université René Descartes, France SY HLT (14) 4 WORK- AND CLIENT-RELATED STRESSES AS PREDICTORS OF BURNOUT: RESULTS FROM A THREE WAVE LONGITUDINAL STUDY D. ENZMANN; Technical University Bernil, Germany SY HLT (14) 5 THE CONTEXT SPECIFIC NATURE OF BURNOUT: IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING AND TREATMENT M.P. LEITER; , Acadia University, Canada & Tom Cox, University of Nottingham, UK & Philip Dewe, Massey University, New Zealand SY HLT (14) 6 A NURSE EDUCATION AND BURNOUT PREVENTION PROGRAM B. JANCZUR; Jagiellonian University, Poland TS HLT 1 Room: D-2 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY AND AIDS TS HLT (1) 1 PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND HIV INFECTION: INFLUENCES ON CLINICAL EVOLUTION AND ON THE INMUNE SITUATION Mario BERTINI ; UNIVERISTA DI ROMA, "LA SAPIENZA", ITALY TS HLT (1) 2 QUELQUES DETERMINATS SOCIO-COGNITIFS DE LA PREVENTION CONTRA LE SIDA Hubert TOUZARD & Dominique LUDWING & Fernando PEREZ-DIAZ; UNIVERSITE RENÉ DESCARTES, FRANCE TS HLT (1) 3 CROYANCES DU SIDA: LE BROUILLARD DE LA REALITE Maria GOUVEIA & Victor CLAUDIO & Patricia ROBALO; INSTITUTO SUPERIOR PSICOLOGIA APLICADA, PORTUGAL TS HLT (1) 4 LES DEFIS DE LA PRATIQUE QUEBECOISE EN PSYCHOLOGIE DANS L'INTERVETION "SIDA" Pierre RITCHOT & Pierrette SAURIOL; VERS UN MIEUX-VIVRE ENR. CANADA TS HLT (1) 5 AN ANALYSIS OF THEORETICAL MODELS FOR HIV/AIDS EDUCATION William B. DOCKRELL & J.E. DOCKRELL; UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND TS HLT 3 Room: CI HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY IN CHILDREN I TS HLT (3) 1 INTEGRATED APPROACH TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD WITH DOWN SYNDROME. FIRST REPORT FROM AN INTEGRATED WORKING GROUP Gianni BIONDI & O. PISCITELLI & G. ALBERTINI; OSPEDADE PEDIATRICO "BAMBINO GES‰", ITALY TS HLT (3) 2 CHARACTERISTICS OF ANGER IN CHILDREN: THE BOGALUSA HEART STUDY Carolyn C. JOHNSON & Larry S. WEBBER & Leann MYERS & Gerald S. BERENSON; TULANE CENTER FOR CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH, USA TS HLT (3) 3 FAMILY COPING WITH PEDIATRIC CANCER: A TWELVE YEAR STUDY Mary Jo KUPST ; MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN, USA TS HLT (3) 4 THE THERAPEUTIC PROPOSAL FOR MULTI-TRASPLANT OF ORGANS IN ADOLESCENTS WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS: FEARS, FANTASIES, REALITY Gianni BIONDI & P. TABARINI & A. ROSSI & V. LUCIDI & M. CASTRO & F. PARISI & C. SQUITIERI & C. MARCELLETI; OSPEDADE PEDIATRICO "BAMBINO GES‰", ITALY POSTER SESSION 1 PO HLT 1 PSYCHOSOCIAL PREDICTORS OF COMPLIANCE AND OUTCOME OF DIABETES Anna-Mari AALTO & T. KANGAS; NATIONAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER FOR WELFARE AND HEALTH. HEALTH SERVICES, FINLAND PO HLT 3 INFLUENCING FACTORS ON THE ASESSED ANXIETY WITH SURGICAL AND NON-SURGICAL PATIENTS M. Dolores CALERO & M.A. LOZANO & M.C. GARCIA-LINARES; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO HLT 4 PSYCHOPROPHYLAXIS OF UNFAVOURABLE EMOTIONAL STATES Alexey Y. CHEBYKIN ; ODESSA PEDAGOGICAL INSTITUTION, UKRAINE PO HLT 5 STRESS, COPING AND ADAPTATION: A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS Kyum Koo CHON & Chang-Ho LEE & Kyo Heon KIM; TAEGU UNIVERSITY, KOREA PO HLT 6 PSYCHOPROPHILACTIC PROBLEM OF STATOCINETIC STABILITY IN CHILDREN Anatoly P. CHUSTRAK ; ODESSA PEDAGOGICAL INSTITUTE, UKRAINE PO HLT 7 AIDS! IT'S ONLY FOR OTHERS! Victor CLAUDIO & GOUVEIA PEREIRA, María & ROVALO, Patricia & DIAS, Margarida & BRANDAO, Alexandra; INSTITUTO SUPERIOR DE PSICOLOGIA APLICADA, PORTUGAL PO HLT 9 IN THE NIGTH I WAS STRUCK BY FEAR: MAYBE IT IS CANCER" - EXPERIENCES IN SCREENING Tuija H. EEROLA & A.R. ARO & P. YLÖSTALO & J. LÖNNQVIST; NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE (NPHI), FINLAND PO HLT 10 FACTORS RELATED TO SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM COMPLETION AMONG ETHNIC MINORITY AND EURO-AMERICAN DRUG USERS Sara E. GUTIERRES Nancy F. RUSSO; ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, WEST, USA PO HLT 11 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY INDUCED BY 20 LAUNCHES IN A FREE-FALL LIFE BOAT AND BY OCCUPATIONAL WORKLOAD Eamonn HANSON & Ben MULDER & Jan SCHELLEKENS; Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS PO HLT 12 DECISIONS REGARDING THE ORDER OF OPENING MULTIPLE HIGH-RISK CASES: A PILOT STUDY IN AN URBAN HOSPITAL Gary HOLDEN ; THE MOUNT SINAI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, USA PO HLT 13 THE RECRUITMENT OF RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS: A REVIEW Gary HOLDEN ; THE MOUNT SINAI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, USA PO HLT 14 HEALTH LIFE-STILE IN ITALIAN HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENTS Anna M. IMBARRATO ; UNIVERSITY OF FLORENCE, ITALY +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PA HLT Room: S2 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH Stan MAES; RIJKS UNIVERSITEIT LEIDEN, The Netherlands SY HLT 4 Room: S3 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CARDIAC REHABILITATION Convener and Chairperson: Frank J.S. DONKER; Sint Joseph Ziekenhuis, The Netherlands SY HLT (4) 1 RESPONSE TO MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION Marie JOHNSTON; & Joan FOULKES & Hafrun GUDMUNDSTOIR; University of Saint Andrews, Scotland SY HLT (4) 2 SOCIAL SUPPORT AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE Jesús RODRIGUEZ-MARIN; University of Alicante, Spain SY HLT (4) 3 CARDIAC PATIENTS, SMOKING AND HYPERLIPIDEMIA: BEHAVIOR CHANGE AFTER REVALIDATION Rien BRETELER; & Frank DONKER & Iris LASSCHUIT & Rombout VISSER & Paul FALGER; UNRAB University of Nijmegen Group on Addictive Behaviors, The Netherlands SY HLT (4) 4 THE EFFECTS OF RELAXATION TRAINING ON BLOOD PRESSURE AND HEART RATE DURING REST ANS STRESS IN NORMOTENSIVE SUBJECTS Annie PROPS; & Derek JOHNSTON & Jan VINCK & M. ARICKX; Limburgs Universitair Centrum, Belgium SY HLT (4) 5 DISTRESS AND MORTALITY AFTER MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION: THE ROLE OF PERSONALITY FACTORS Johan DENOLLET; & Stanislas SYS & Dirk BRUTSAERT; Universitair Ziekenhuis Antwerpen, BElgium SY HLT (4) 6 MODIFYING CORONARY-PRONE BEHAVIOR IN CARDIAC REHABILITATION PATIENTS Paul FALGER; & Frank DONKER & Iris LASSCHUIT; Cardiovascular Research Institute, The Netherlands SY HLT 8 Room: S4 WORKSITE HEALTH PROMOTION Convener and Chairperson: France KITTEL; Leiden University, Belgium SY HLT (8) 1 PSYCHOSOCIAL PREDICTORS OF ABSENCE FROM WORK: TWO PROSPECTIVE STUDIES Kathy PARKES; University of Oxford, UK SY HLT (8) 2 WORKPLACE REFORMS AND INDIVIDUAL RESOURCE BUILDING AS COMPONENTS OF HEALTH PROMOTION Raja KALIMO; Institute Occupational Health, Finland SY HLT (8) 3 QUALITY OF WORK AND HEALTH Margot VAN DER DOEF; & F. KITTEL & S. MAES & R. DIEKSTRA; Leiden University, The Netherlands SY HLT (8) 4 AN ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF WORKSITE HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS Brian OLDENBURG; Queensland University of Technology, Australia SY HLT (8) 5 FINAL RESULTS OF THE "HEALTHIER WORK IN BRABANTIA" HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAM F. KITTEL; & S. MAES & H. SCHOELTEN & C. VERHOEVEN; Leiden University, The Netherlands SY HLT 25 Room: CI ANXIETY AND HEALTH Conveners and Chairpersons: Juan J. MIGUEL-TOBAL; & Antonio CANO-VINDEL; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY HLT (25) 1 ANXIETY, ANGER AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS Juan J. MIGUEL-TOBAL; & Antonio CANO-VINDEL, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY HLT (25) 2 ANXIETY, WELL-BEING, AND LIFE STYLE IN PULMONARY PATIENTS Hende BAUER; University of Leiden, The Netherlands SY HLT (25) 3 EMOTIONAL AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CHRONIC PAIN Antonio E. PUENTE; University of North Carolina at Wilmington, USA SY HLT (25) 4 ANXIETY AND CONTROL IN THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE F. Javier PEREZ PAREJA; & Carmen BORRAS & Alfonso PALMER; Universidad de las Islas Baleares, Spain SY HLT (25) 5 DIFFERNCES IN ANXIETY MANIFESTATIONS BETWEEN THE GENERAL POPULATION AND PATIENTS WITH SKIN DISORDERS Carmen W. AMORIM; Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimiento Cientifico y Tecnologico, Brazil & M. Isabel ARRUDA, Universidad Federal de Paraiba, Brazil SY HLT (25) 6 DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF ANXIETY DISORDERS USING THE ISRA Antonio CANO-VINDEL; & Juan J. MIGUEL-TOBAL; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain TS HLT 2 Room: D-2 HEALTH BEHAVIOR TS HLT (2) 1 HEALTH BEHAVIOUR GOAL MODEL AND EXERCISE BEHAVIOUR Winifred A. GEBHARDT & S. MAES; LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS TS HLT (2) 2 APPLICATIONS OF ADOLESCENT OPTIMISM BIAS AND RISK TAKING Mary M. HAINES & R.F.S. JOB; UCLA, AUSTRALIA TS HLT (2) 3 SMOKING PREVENTION: A DUTCH REPLICATION OF THE WISCONSIN SMOKING PREVENTION STUDY Marlène CHATROU ; LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS TS HLT (2) 4 BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL CORRELATES OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE RISK FACTORS Andrej MARUSIC & Rodovan STARE; Institute of Psychiatry, UNITED KINGDOM TS HLT (2) 5 SURVEY OF STUDENTS' BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS RELATED TO BODY IMAGE, FOOD, AND OTHER SUBSTANCES Elaine L. PHILLIPS USA TS HLT (2) 6 RELATIONS ENTRE LES COMPORTEMENTS DE RISQUE, LES FACTEURS DEPRSSIFS ET LE SUICIDE CHES LES JEUNES HOMMES Jimmy RATTE ; UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL, CANADA TS HLT (2) 7 CONSTITUTING DYNAMICS PATTERNS OF CHRONIC PAIN BEHAVIOUR - A STUDY OF HOW PLANNING EVERYDAY LIFE ACTIVITIES FORMS A BASIS FOR DEVELOPING PATIENTS' PAIN BEHAVIOUR Ullabeth SATTERLUND LARSSON & Michael PEOLSSON; Linköping University, Sweden TS HLT (2) 8 MOTIVATION FOR CESSATION AMONG DIFFERENT TYPES OF CIGARETTE SMOKERS - RESULTS OF A REPRESENTATIVE SURVEY IN AUSTRALIA Rudolf SCHOBERBERGER & K.-O. FAGERSTRÖM, University of Viena, Austria & M. KUNZE (Sweden) +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA HLT 1 Room: S2 CROSS-CULTURAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY John W. BERRY; QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Canada +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 14:30 +----------------------------------+ KA HLT 2 Room: S2 HEALTH AT THE END OF THE XXth CENTURY: THE CHALLENGE TO BEHAVIOURAL MEDICINE Manuel CARBALLO; World Health Organization, Switzerland SY HLT 5 Room: S3 PSYCHOLOGY AND AIDS Convener and Chairperson: Richard I. EVANS; University of Houston, USA SY HLT (5) 1 PSYCHOSOCIAL BARRIERS TO HIV/AIDS PREVENTION IN AT-RISK ADOLESCENTS Richard I. EVANS; University of Houston, Texas, USA SY HLT (5) 2 EMOTION IMPACT OF HIV INFECTION Daniele HERMAND; Universite Charles de Gaulle, Lille, France SY HLT (5) 3 (Not Confirmed) Manuel CARBALLO; World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland Discussant: Joseph D. MATARAZZO, University of Oregon, USA TS HLT 4 Room: D-2 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY IN CHILDREN II TS HLT (4) 1 SECULAR TRENDS OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS (1981-91): BOGALUSA HEART STUDY Carolyn C. JOHNSON & Larry S. WEBBER & Sathanur R. SRINIVASAN & Gerald S. BERENSON; TULANE CENTER FOR CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH, USA TS HLT (4) 2 THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN BEHAVIOR OF THE THREE-YEAR-OLD CHILD AND NUTRITION M. TARMI-MATTSSON & S. KESKINEN; UNIVERSITY OF TURKU, FINLAND TS HLT (4) 3 WHAT KIND OF HEALTH CARE DO CHILDREN EXPECT OF THEIR MOTHERS AND FATHERS? Sylvie JUTRAS & I. KALNINS & S. NORMANDEAU & D. HANIGAN; LAREHS, UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC A MONTREAL, CANADA TS HLT (4) 4 MALFORMED CHILD AND ADOLESCENT NEEDS FOR THERAPEUTIC ACTION Marcia LUCONE VIANA & Maria Lucia TIELLET NUNES; PUCRS, BRASIL POSTER SESSION 2 PO HLT 15 COPING WITH BREAST CANCER: A STUDY OF WOMEN WITHOUT RELAPSE AFTER CANCER DIAGNOSIS Anna K. KAJANNE ; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND PO HLT 16 AN EXPLORATORY STUDY ABOUT VARIABLES RELATED TO DIAGNOSTIC DELAY OF BREAST CANCER M. Jose MUÑOZ FLORES & MORATO, P. & CIRERA,L.; HOSPITAL MUTUA DE TERRASSA, SPAIN PO HLT 19 CONSTRUCTION OF A QUALITY OF LIFE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR CHRONICALLY ILL CHILDREN J. BRUIL & S. MAES & L.J.T. VAN DER KAMP; LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS PO HLT 20 EX-HEROIN ADDICTS CONDITIONAL RESPONSES TO THE VISUALIZATION OF THE SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL STIMULOUS RELATED TO DRUGS CONSUMPTION Rocío GUIL & José M. MESTRE & Jose M. LEON; UNIVERSIDAD DE SEVILLA, SPAIN PO HLT 22 SENSIVITY OF PAIN BELIEFS TO DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON PAIN EXPERIENCE Victoria A. FERRER-PEREZ & R. GONZALEZ-BARRON & M.A. MANASSERO-MAS; UNIVERSIDAD ILLES BALEARS, SPAIN PO HLT 23 THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME UTILIZING AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH Harvey ANCHEL & James GIBSON & Richard MARLIN & Willian GOLDERG; McMASTER UNIVERSITY, CANADA +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 16:00 +----------------------------------+ KA HLT 3 Room: S2 PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENTS FOR BULIMIA NERVOSA David M. GARNER; THE BECK INSTITUTE FOR COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH, USA +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY HLT 2 Room: S2 SEXUALITY AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR Convener and Chairperson: Henry P. DAVID; Transnational Family Research Institute, USA SY HLT (2) 1 ROMANIAN WOMEN'S PERCEPTIONS OF SEXUALITY, PARTNER RELATIONS, AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR Adriana BABAN; ; University of Cluj, Romania & Henry P. DAVID, TRFI, Bethesda, USA SY HLT (2) 2 THE WHO BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH PROGRAMME WITH ADOLESCENTS Herbert L. FRIEDMAN; ; World health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland SY HLT (2) 3 ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY RESOLUTION: DANISH LONGITUDINAL STUDIES Lisbeth B. KNUDSEN; ; Dansmarks Statistik, Copenhagen & Henry P. DAVID, TFRI, Bethesda, USA SY HLT (2) 4 PERCEPTIONS OF REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR IN TIMES OF TRANSITION IN YUGOSLAVIA Nila KAPOR-STANULOVIC; ; UNICEF, Belgrade SY HLT (2) 5 PRAGUE STUDY OF CHILDREN BORN FROM UNWANTED PREGNANCIES Zdenek MATEJCEK; ; Zdenek DYTRYCH; Prague Psychiatric Centre, Czech republic SY HLT (2) 6 A RESEARCH ACTION PERSPECTIVE OF SEXUALITY EDUCATION IN MEXICO Susan PICK; ; Instituto Mexicano de Investigacion de Familia y Poblacion, Mexico SY HLT 6 Room: S3 MEDICAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS: THEIR MEASUREMENTS AND OUTCOMES Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Helen R. WINEFIELD; The University of Adelaide, Australia SY HLT (6) 1 VERBAL EXCHANGE STRUCTURE OF MEDICAL CONSULTATIONS: COMPARATIVE RESEARCH W.B. STILES; MIAMI UNIVERSITY, USA SY HLT (6) 2 PHYSICIAN-PARENT-CHILD COMMUNICATION OVER THE YEARS: CHANGING INTERACTIONS? Ludwien MEEUWESEN; KAPTEIN, M. & BENSING, J. UTRECHT UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS SY HLT (6) 3 DOCTOR'S DECISION-MAKING ON GIVING INFORMATION TO CANCER PATIENTS. Jesus RODRIGUEZ-MARIN; UNIVERSITY OF ALICANTE, SPAIN SY HLT (6) 4 EXPLORATION OF DOCTOR AND PATIENT AGENDAS IN THE GENERAL PRACTICE CONSULTATION N.M. BUTLER; BUTLER, N.M., UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL & COX, A.D., UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, ENGLAND SY HLT (6) 5 INFLUENCE OF PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS ON PROCESS AND OUTCOME IN PRIMARY CARE CONSULTATIONS John WEINMAN; UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, ENGLAND SY HLT (6) 6 PATIENT-CENTREDNESS IN GENERAL PRACTICE: WHO DECIDES ON THE QUALITY OF CARE? Helen WINEFIELD; UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA SY HLT 16 Room: S7 HEALTH BEHAVIOR AND BELIEFS: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Andrew STEPTOE; University of London, UK SY HLT (16) 1 HOME, SCHOOL AND PEER RELATIONS: THE ECOLOGY OF HEALTH BEHAVIORS Bente WOLD; University of Bergen, Norway SY HLT (16) 2 A SOCIAL-COGNITIVE ANALYSIS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS James F. SALLIS; San Diego State University, USA SY HLT (16) 3 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR IN HEALTH PROMOTION IN YOUNG PEOPLE IN EUROPE Jane WARDLE; University of London, UK SY HLT (16) 4 MODELING THE PRECAUTION ADOPTION PROCESS Neil D. WEINSTEIN; Rutgers University , USA TS HLT 5 Room: D-2 PSYCHOLOGICAL RESPONSES AND CORRELATES IN ILLNESS AND TREATMENT TS HLT (5) 1 PSYCHOSOCIAL ADJUSTEMENT AND ADHERENCE TO DIALYSIS TREATMENT REGIMES Dorothy FIELDING ; ST. JAMES UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, UNITED KINGDOM TS HLT (5) 2 MOMENTARY AND RETROSPECTIVE REPORTS OF PATIENTS: EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE DURING HOSPITALIZATION Laurette DUBE & Michael S. MORGAN; UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTREAL, CANADA TS HLT (5) 3 ISOKINETIC PERFORMANCE IN LOW BACK PATIENTS: THE ROLE OF EFFICACY EXPECTANCIES Mr. Kim KAIVANTO & Ann-Mari ESTLANDER & Giovanni B. MONETA; Institute of Occupational Health/H-dept, FINLAND TS HLT (5) 4 REMEMBERING TO TAKE MEDICATION CORRECTLY: COGNITIVE AND PSYCHOSOCIAL PREDICTORS Denise C. PARK & R.W. MORRELL & C. HERTZOG & H. LEVENTHAL & D. BIRCHMORE & D. KIDDER; UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, USA TS HLT (5) 5 COMPUTERISED NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE Andrew SCHOLEY ; UNIVERSITY OF NORTHUMBRIA, U.K. TS HLT (5) 6 PRELIMINARY RESULTS OR A PATIENT-CENTERED QUALITY OF LIFE STUDY AFTER MYOPIA TREATMENT Catarina FREITAS & E. LEITE & J. CUNHA-VAZ; UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF COIMBRA, PORTUGAL TS HLT (5) 7 CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN AND COPING WITH DAILY HASSLES: IMPLICATIONS FOR TREATMENT Kees VENSELAAR ; GROOT KLIMMENDAAL, THE NETHERLANDS TS HLT (5) 8 SEVERE PSYCHOLOGICAL SEQUELAE AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY Zoli ZLOTOGORSKI & M.A. RINAT RUDIS, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY HLT 9 Room: S2 APPLICATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY IN COMMUNITY HEALTH PROMOTION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Christina LEE; University of Newcastle, Australia SY HLT (9) 1 HEALTH BEHAVIOUR GOAL MODEL AND EXERCISE BEHAVIOUR Winnie GEBHARDT; & MAES, S., Leiden University, Netherlands SY HLT (9) 2 THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY IN UNDERSTANDING AND INFLUENCING WOMEN'S EXERCISE CHOICES Christina LEE; University of Newcastle, AUSTRALIA SY HLT (9) 3 SMOKING PREVENTION: A DUTCH REPLICATION OF THE WISCONSIN SMOKING PREVENTION STUDY Marlene CHATROU; University of Leiden, The Netherlands SY HLT (9) 4 TROPICAL HEALTH PROMOTION: ON LEARNING FROM THE COMMUNITY Malcolm McLACHLAN; Chancellor College, Malawi Discussant(s): Brian OLDENBURG; Queensland University of Technology, Australia SY HLT 12 Room: S3 THE CONTRIBUTION OF PSYCHOLOGY TO HEALTH TOWARDS THE YEAR 2000 Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Brian OLDENBURG; University of Sydney, Australia SY HLT (12) 1 PATHWAYS TO BETTER HEALTH IN AUSTRALIA THROUGH PRIMARY HEALTH CARE Brian OLDENBURG; Queensland University of Technology, Australia SY HLT (12) 2 BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE IN SWEDEN Kristina ORTH-GOMER; National Institute for Psychosocial Factors and Health, Sweden SY HLT (12) 3 QUALITY ADJUSTED LIFE YEARS IN HEALTH OBJECTS FOR THE YEAR 2000 Robert KAPLAN; University of California-San Diego, USA SY HLT (12) 4 THE ROLE OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY IN THE PROMOTION OF PUBLIC HEALTH Jan VINCK; Limburgs Universitair Centrum, Belgium SY HLT (12) 5 PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO HEALTH IN THE YEAR 2000 Andrew STEPTOE; University of London, UK TS HLT 6 Room: D-2 WORKSITE HEALTH TS HLT (6) 1 MALE SEX INDUSTRY WORK- THERAPY OR SURVIVAL William B. DOCKRELL & J.E. DOCKRELL & H. JOFFE; UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND TS HLT (6) 2 JOB-RELATED TENSION AND HEALTH OUTCOMES AMONG FEMALE AND MALE EMPLOYEES: A TEST OF THE PERSON-ENVIRONMENT FIT MODEL Sara E. GUTIERRES & Delia S. SAENZ & Beth GREEN; ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, WEST, USA TS HLT (6) 3 WAYS OF COPING WITH THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF WORK LOAD. A HEALTH PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH Gerald STEINHARDT ; VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, AUSTRIA TS HLT (6) 4 WHAT STRESSES POLICE OFFICERS AND HOW STRESSED ARE THEY? Leslie WALKER & D.A. ALEXANDER; UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN, U.K. TS HLT (6) 5 SOUYIENS SOCIAUX, BIEN-ETRE PSYCHOLOGIQUE ET CONSOMMATION DE MEDICAMENTS EN SITUATIONS COMPAREES DE CHOMAGE ET DE TRAVAIL. Brigitte ALMUDEVER & Christine DAMASE-MICHEL & Violette HAJJAR & Maryse LAPEYRE-MEST; UNIVERSITE DE TOLOUSE- LE MIRAIL, FRANCE POSTER SESSION 3 PO HLT 24 ILLNESS BEHAVIOUR AND IRRITABLE COLON SYNDROME (I.C.S.) Gianni BIONDI & C. DE RANIERI & O. PISCITELLI & V. DI CIOMMO; OSPEDALE PEDIATRICO "BAMBINO GESU", ITALY PO HLT 25 IMPROVING ATTITUDES TO ORGAN DONATION. A SHORT EDUCATION PROGRAM M.J. BLANCA & M.A. FRUTOS & B. RANDO & E. ELOSEGUI; UNIVERSIDAD DE TEATINOS, SPAIN PO HLT 27 A SURVEY OF POTENTIAL CAREGIVERS AND MANAGERS IN THE WORKFORCE: ATTITUDES TOWARDS AIDS SUFFERERS Elizabeth C. BRADY ; UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO, NEW ZELAND PO HLT 30 THE ROLE OF MOTIVATIONAL DETERMINANTS ON THE PROBLEM DRINKER DECISION TO ABANDON TREATEMENT Maite CORTES & P. TEJERO & R. SELLES; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO HLT 31 CONTRACEPTIVE COUNSELLING IMPACT ON ACCEPTABILITY, USE AND PROBABILITIES OF A NEW METHOD DISCONTUATION: VAGINAL PILLS Caridad T. GARCIA & M. GOMEZ; INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ENDOCRINOLOGIA, CUBA PO HLT 32 ABORTION AND PREGNANCY CONTINUATION RELATED FACTORS IN ADOLESCENTS OF HAVANA Caridad T. GARCIA ; INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ENDOCRINOLOGIA, CUBA PO HLT 38 PHYSICIAN/PHARMACIST/PATIENT--WHERE DOES RESPONSIBILITY FOR COMPLIANCE LIE? W. HEBERT & A.V. HARRIS & D. PARLOW & T. PIERCE & R. HILTONSMITH; RANDFORD UNIVERSITY, U.S.A. PO HLT 39 THE INFLUENCE OF EXERCISE BEHAVIOUR AND PHYSICAL SELF-EFFICACY ON HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIOUR Shinya KIKUCHI ; TOKAI UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO HLT 40 PSORIASIS: PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE AND THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS Tamara KOTLER & Marie LAWSON & Wendy CROUCH; UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA PO HLT 41 PARTICIPATION IN AN EMPLOYEE FITNESS PROGRAM: DETERMINANTS AND EFFECTS Lilian LECHNER ; UNIVERSITY OF LIMBURG, THE NETHERLANDS PO HLT 42 PERSONALITY AS A PREDICTOR OF HEALTH BEHAVIORS Serafín LEMOS-GIRALDEZ & A.M. FIDALGO-ALISTE & P. CALVO-HOLGADO; UNIVERSITY OF OVIEDO, SPAIN PO HLT 43 HEALTH BEHAVIORS AND ATTITUDES IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY Serafín LEMOS-GIRALDEZ & FIDALGO, A.M.; UNIVERSITY OF OVIEDO, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 11:30 +----------------------------------+ KA HLT 4 Room: S2 SOCIAL REPRESENTATION AND HEALTH BEHAVIOR Denise JODELET; Ecole dot êltauts Etudes en Sciencies Sociales, France SY HLT 13 Room: S3 THE VIDEO AS AN EDUCATIVE STRATEGY IN SEXUALITY (Language: Spanish) Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Jeanette C. REYES; INSTITUTO MEXICANO DE INVESTIGACION DE FAMILIA Y POBLACION, A.C. (IMIFAP), Mexico SY HLT (13)1 TELL ME ABOUT IT... Angela MARTINEZ; IMIFAP, Mexico SY HLT (13)2 MAYBE KNOWING MORE Gabriela RODRIGUEZ; MEXFAM, Mexico SY HLT (13)3 A DIFFERENT AWAKENING Liliana LA ROSA; Pro-Familia, Perú SY HLT (13)4 AND NOW WAT? Patricia SANCHEZ; Asociación Salud con Prevención, Colombia SY HLT (13)5 A PHARMACIST ...... A FRIEND Jeanette REYES; IMIFAP, Mexico Discussant(s): Susan PICK DE WEIS, UNAM, Mexico TS HLT 7 Room: D-2 PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY TS HLT (7) 1 CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESFUL THERAPEUTIC OUTCOME: A STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS Barbara J. ADAMSON ; UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA TS HLT (7) 2 MENTAL MODELS IN CARDIAC INTENSIVE CARE: NURSES AND THE PATIENT-MONITOR SYSTEM Amanda K. GILBERT ; UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, UNITED KINGDOM TS HLT (7) 3 DISTRESS FACTORS OF MINORITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN A LOW SOCIO-ECONOMIC METROPOLITAN AREA Carolyn C. JOHNSON & Leann MYERS & Gerald S. BERENSON & Barbara A. KATZMAN; TULANE CENTER FOR CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH, USA +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA HLT 5 Room: S2 SEXUAL, REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR AND AIDS: GOING FROM RESEARCH TO ACTION Susan PICK DE WEISS; INSTITUTO MEXICANO DE INVESTIGACION DE FAMILIA Y POBLACION, A.C., Mexico +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY HLT 10 Room: S2 MEMORY FOR EVENTS DURING GENERAL ANESTHESIA Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Philip M. MERIKLE; University of Waterloo, Canada & Benno BONKE, Erasmus University, The Netherlands SY HLT (10) 1 IMPLICIT MEMORY DURING GENERAL ANESTHESIA: THE EFFECT OF WORD-FREQUENCY AND TEST-DELAY INTERVAL A.E. BONEBAKKER; Erasmus University, The Netherlands SY HLT (10) 2 POST-OPERATIVE BENEFITS OF THERAPEUTIC SUGGESTIONS DURING GENERAL ANAESTHESIA Glenys CASELEY-RONDI; University of Waterloo, Canada SY HLT (10) 3 IMPLICIT MEMORY DURING PROPOFOL SEDATION C. Cork RANDALL; Lousiana State University MEdical Center, USA SY HLT (10) 4 IS THE EVIDENCE FOR MEMORY DURING ANAESTHESIA RELIABLE? Keith MILLAR; University of Glasgow, Scotland SY HLT (10) 5 TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES RELATED TO ANAESTHESIA Nelly N. MOERMAN; University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Discussant(s): Benno BONKE, Erasmus University, The Netherlands TS HLT 8 Room: D-2 HEALTH PROMOTION AND EDUCATION TS HLT (8) 1 A SYSTEMIC APPROACH IN THE REHABILITATION OF THE YOUNG DISABLED: THE CONSTRUCTION AND THE PROMOTION OF HEALTH Serenella BESIO & Maria Grazia CHINATO; Institute for Educational Technology, ITALY TS HLT (8) 2 PERCEIVED HEALTH AND LIFE CONTROL Sakari SUOMINEN & H. BLOMBERG & G. BÄCKMAN & H. HELENIUS & M. KOSKENVUO; ABO AKADEMI UNIVERSITY, FINLAND TS HLT (8) 3 PATIENTS AND PHYSICIANS TALK ABOUT LIFESTYLE IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE Marita JOHANSON & SÄTTERLUND LARSSON, Ullabeth & SÄLJO, Roger & SVÄRDSUDD, Kur; LINKÖPING UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN TS HLT (8) 4 EDUCATION PROTOCOLS: A WAY TO STANDARDIZE PATIENT EDUCATION IN DAILY PRACTICE Ilse MESTERS ; UNIVERSITY OF LIMBURG, THE NETHERLANDS TS HLT 12 Room: S3 GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY I TS HLT (12) 1 DIFFERENCES IN SUBJECTIVE SLEEP REPORTS AND GASTROINTESTINAL COMPLAINTS AMOG MEN, PREGNANT AND NONPREGNANT WOMEN. Harvey BABKOFF & Aron WELLER & Michal LAVIDOR; BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY, ISRAEL TS HLT (12) 2 LAY AND PROFESSIONAL REPRESENTATIONS OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE Alain CROMBECQUE ; IUPG - Clinique de Psychiatrie Geriatrique Belle, SWITZERLAND TS HLT (12) 3 A PATH ANALYTIC MODEL OF FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF COUPLES SEEKING IN VITRO FERTILIZATION David R. EVANS & Margaret HEARN & Christopher NEWTON & Albert A. YUZPE & Wendy P. SHERARD; THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO, CANADA TS HLT (12) 4 EXTRAVERSION AND HEALTH ORIENTED MEASURES Sophia SZIRMAK ; UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS TS HLT (12) 5 BLOOD PRESSURE AND FRONTALIS MUSCLE TENSION: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE BEHAVIOURAL TREATMENT OF ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION Alfred A. KELTNER & Takako H. NAGAMOTO, HONG KONG POLYTECHNIC, HONG KONG TS HLT (12) 6 IS REPRESENTATIVENESS A PERSONALITY TRAIT OF CANCER PATIENTS? Shulamith KREITLER & Hans KREITLER, Tel Aviv University, Israel POSTER SESSION 4 PO HLT 45 ETHNO-CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT: A WHOLISTIC MODEL Sandra LOPEZ BAEZ ; WALSH UNIVERSITY, U.S.A. PO HLT 46 CHANGES IN REPORTED AWARENESS OF PRODUCT WARNING LABELS AND MESSAGES IN A COHORT OF CALIFORNIA HISPANICS Gerardo MARIN & Raymond J. GAMBA; University of San Francisco, U.S.A PO HLT 48 SATISFACTION WITH CARE OF SCHIZOPHRENIC-PATIENTS' RELATIVES J. Joaquín MIRA & Vicente ELVIRA & Carlos VAN DER HOFSTADT & Enrique PEREZ & Eulalia CARRATO & Domingo OROZCO; SERVICIO VALENCIANO DE SALUDA, SPAIN PO HLT 49 IMAGES ATTRIBUTED TO COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH UNITS (MH) J. Joaquín MIRA & Emilio FERNANDEZ-GILINO & Jesus ARANAZ; SERVICIO VALENCIANO DE SALUD, ALICANTE PO HLT 50 INTEGRATION, ACCULTURATION, AND MENTAL HEALTH OF SOUTH ASIAN WOMEN IN CANADA: TWO DECADES OF RESEARCH Josephine C. NAIDOO ; WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY, CANADA PO HLT 51 STRESS COPING AND PERSONALITY Kyoko NOGUCHI & Hiroshi MOTOAKI; THE JAPANESE INSTITUTE OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY, JAPAN PO HLT 52 DOING GOOD OR LOOKING GOOD: THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN'S CONCEPTION OF HEALTH Sylvie NORMANDEAU & NORMANDEAU, S. & JUTRAS, S. & KALNINS, I. & HANIGAN, D.; UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL, CANADA PO HLT 53 JAPANESE TYPE A BEHAVIOR AND PERSONALITY EXAMINED USING THE HOLTZMAN INKBLOT TECHNIQUE Momoyo OHKI ; WASEDA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO HLT 54 SMOKING ACCORDING TO THE E.G.B. STUDENTS Angel PALOMARES & BECOÑA, E. & GARCIA, P., SPAIN PO HLT 55 A TYPOLOGY OF SMOKERS David PATTON & BARNES, G. & MURRAY, B.; BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY, U.S.A. PO HLT 56 HEALTH BELIEFS ABOUT AIDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTION IN IVDUs. Caterina PRIMI & IMBARRATO, A.M. & ORSINI, C.; UNIVERSITY OF FLORENCE, ITALY PO HLT 57 AWARENESS OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTION IN CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFT SURGERY Antonio E. PUENTE & Julian KEITH & Richard TAMISIEA & Andrea N. TUTTLE, USA +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY HLT 11 Room: S2 HEALTH AT WORK: CONTRIBUTIONS FOR A GLOBAL APPROACH Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Begoña OLABARRIA; Div. Promoción de la Salud Laboral, Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Spain SY HLT (11) 1 INTRODUCTION: HEALTH AT WORK, A FIELD OF INTERVENTION OPEN TO PSYCHOLOGY IN EUROPE Begoña OLABARRIA; Division Promocion de la Salud Laboral, Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Spain SY HLT (11) 2 COPING WITH STRESS IN PROFESSIONAL LIFE: THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY Paul G. SCHMITZ; University of Bonn, Germany SY HLT (11) 3 WORK SAFETY AS A SYMBOLIC CONDITION FOR A SUBJECTIVE ORGANIZATION Enzo SPALTRO; University of Bologna, Italy SY HLT (11) 4 THE NEW EUROPEAN AND SPANISH LEGAL FRAME ON WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY Florentino ALONSO; Instituto Nacional de Seguridad e Higiene en el Trabajo, Spain SY HLT (11) 5 HEALTH AT WORK: ITS INCORPORATION IN THE SPANISH HEALTH SYSTEM Roberto DONALISIO; Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina SY HLT 15 Room: S3 COPING, SOCIAL SUPPORT AND HEALTH Convener: Ralf SCHWARZER; & André HAHN; Freie Universität Berlin, Germany Chairperson: Ralf SCHWARZER; Freie Universität Berlin, Germany SY HLT (15) 1 THRASHING AND BASHING FRIENDS AND LOVERS: HOW MEN'S COPING HARMS OTHERS TO HELP THEMSELVES Stevan HOBFOLL; & Jeannine MONNIER & Carla DUNAHOO, Kent, Ohio, USA SY HLT (15) 2 COPING STRATEGIES AND ADJUSTEMENT IN PERSONS WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS Kanneth A. WALLSTON; & Craig A. SMITH, Vanderbilt University, USA Moshe ZEIDNER; Haifa, Israel SY HLT (15) 3 COPING STRATEGIES AS PREDICTOR OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS OUTCOMES Moshe ZEIDNER; Haifa, Israel SY HLT (15) 4 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL RESOURCES IN COPING WITH STRESS OF AGING Christine SCHWARZER; Düsseldorf, Germany SY HLT (15) 5 THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF COPING: PRELIMINARY FUNDINGS FROM A STUDY ON COPING SCRIPTS Denise DE RIDDER; & Monique HEIJMANS, Utrecht, The Netherlands SY HLT (15) 6 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL RESOURCES FOR COPING WITH THE STRESS OF UNEMPLOYMENT Irina TODOROVA; Sofia, Bulgaria TS HLT 9 Room: D-2 CANCER AND CHEMOTHERAPY (Language: Spanish) TS HLT (9) 1 COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION FOR THE CONTROL OF ANTICIPATORY REACTIONS TO CHEMOTHERAPY Ana M. FERNANDEZ-MARCOS & Juan A. CRUZADO & Miguel MARTIN, SPAIN TS HLT (9) 2 PREVALENCE OF ANTICIPATORY AND POST-CHEMOTHERAPY REACTIONS IN CANCER PATIENTS Ana M. FERNANDEZ-MARCOS & Juan A. CRUZADO & Miguel MARTIN, SPAIN TS HLT (9) 3 PROGRAM TO SOFTEN THE DIAGNOSIS IMPACT OF WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER Cristina MARTINEZ DE TABOADA & Maite ERRO & Carmen GARCIA; UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 8:30 +----------------------------------+ TS HLT 10 Room: D-2 PERSONALITY VARIABLES AND HEALTH (Language: Spanish) TS HLT (10) 1 ASSESSMENT OF THE PERSONALITY TYPE A AND THE HOSTILITY/EXCITABILITY IN DIFFERENT GROUPS OF PATIENTS Vicenta MESTRE ESCRIVA & C. PENAS MADURGA & J.A. VELASCO RAMI; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SAPIN TS HLT (10) 2 REPRODUCTION AND TYPE A BEHAVIOR PATTERN Grace CHACON-PUIGNAU ; UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR, VENEZUELA TS HLT (10) 3 PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS AS PREDICTORS OF ANXIETY, SOMATIC SYMPTOMS AND HEALTH Bonifacio SANDIN & Paloma CHOROT & Miguel A. SANTED & Pilar JIMANEZ, UNIVERSIDAD DE EDUCACION A DISTANCIA, SPAIN TS HLT (10) 4 CONSUMPTION OF CAFFEINE AND PERSONALITY VARIABLES Pedro J. BENEIT MEDINA & J. M. LATORRE, SPAIN TS HLT (10) 5 TYPE A BEHAVIOR PATTERN AND HEART RATE (HR) CONTROL: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF ANGER Inmaculada FERNANDEZ JIMENEZ DE CISNEROS ; UNIVERSIDAD DE SEVILLA, SPAIN TS HLT 13 Room: CII GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY II TS HLT (13) 1 INDUCTION OF BIAS BY HIDDEN COVARIATION IN THE MEDICAL SITUATION Benno BONKE ; EARSMUS UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS TS HLT (13) 2 FOCUS GROUPS: THE ASCENDANCE OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH FOR PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT: THE "GIMME 5" PROGRAM Carolyn C. JOHNSON & Rochelle RICE & Theresa A. NICKLAS; TULANE CENTER FOR CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH, USA TS HLT (13) 3 THE ROLE OF NEGATIVE AFFECTIVITY IN THE STRESS PROCESS: TESTS OF ALTERNATIVE MODELS Penny J. MOYLE ; UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, U.K. TS HLT (13) 4 FISHERMEN'S TALES OF ACCIDENTS Michael MURRAY ; DIVISION OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA POSTER SESSION 5 PO HLT 58 THE IMPORTANCE OF MAKING A MANIFEST DECISION LIFE ABOUT TH POST MORTEM DONATION OF ONE'S ORGANS B. RANDO & M.J. BLANCA & M.A. FRUTOS; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN PO HLT 61 LES ASPECTS PSYCHOLOGIQUES EN JEU DANS LA PREVENTION DU SIDA AU QUEBEC Pierre RITCHOT & Pierrette SAURIOL; VERS UN MIEUX-VIVRE ENR., CANADA PO HLT 63 ADJUSTMENT DISORDER IN THE MEDICALLY ILL Rosa SAEZ & J. PRIETO & E. GOMEZ & N. CAYCEDO & E. CIRERA, SPAIN PO HLT 64 RUSSIAN VERSION OF THE OSI: A STUDY OF RELIABILITY ON THE CHERNOBYL STAFF SET Vladimir SALAMATOV ; INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICAL MACHINES AND SYSTEM PROBLEMS, UKRAINE PO HLT 66 "YOUTH SERVICE" DURING ONE YEAR IN A FAMILY PLANNING CENTER Carmen SANCHEZ-MARTIN & R. SANCHEZ-BORREGO & A. CLEMENTE, DIATROS PO HLT 68 DENTINE-LEAD LEVELS AND MEMORY CAPACITY OF SCHOOLCHILDREN Marta SEGURA LARA & J. CORBELLA & M. LUNA & E. DOMENECH; ESCOLA MUNICIPAL LA SINIA, SPAIN PO HLT 69 COPING STRATEGIES AND ATRIBUTIONAL STYLE IN CANCER PATIENTS A. SIRGO & J.A. CRUZADO, SPAIN PO HLT 70 THE PERSONALITY TRAITS OF A SOUTH AFRICAN SAMPLE OF CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME PATIENTS Z.J. NEL & E. SMIT, SOUTH AFRICA PO HLT 71 SLOVENIAN ADOLESCENTS AND THEIR ATTITUDE TOWARDS ALCOHOL Eva STERGAR & Marinka SABOLCKI & Nadja REJC; INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH OF REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA, SLOVENIA PO HLT 72 SCHOOL YOUNTH HEALTH RELATED BEHAVIOUR AND ITS DETERMINANTS Eva STERGAR & BRCAR, P. & POLIC, M.; INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH OF REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA, SLOVENIA PO HLT 73 THE DEVELOPMENTAL STUDY OF THE CONCEPT OF ILLNESS Takehisa TAKIZAWA ; UNIVERSITY OF ELECTRO-COMMUNICATIONS, JAPAN PO HLT 74 OCCUPATIONAL STRESS, STRAIN, AND COPING ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN IN JAPANESE WORKERS Koji TANAKA & Mieko WATANABE & Takeru KOSAKA; OKAYAMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 11:30 +----------------------------------+ SY HLT 17 Room: S3 PROTECTIVE FACTORS AND HEALTH Conveners and Chairpersons: Antti UUTELA; National Public Health Institute, Finland & Sipke HUISMANS, The Netherlands SY HLT (17) 1 SENSE OF COHERENCE, SOCIAL SUPPORT AND COPING STRATEGIES AS PROTECTIVE FACTORS FOR HEALTH Raija KALIMO; FINNISH INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, FINLAND SY HLT (17) 2 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL RESOURCES IN COPING WITH STRESS:A PANEL STUDY ON EAST GERMAN MIGRANTS Ralf SCHWARZER; HAHN, A. & APPEL, E. FREIE UNIVERSITAT BERLIN, GERMANY SY HLT (17) 3 THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-EFFICACY EXPECTATIONS FOR HEALTH BEHAVIORS Hein DEVRIES; UNIVERSITY OF LIMBURG, NETHERLANDS SY HLT (17) 4 JOB DEMANDS AND SICK-LEAVE ABSENTEEISM: DO SOCIAL, PERSONAL OR JOB RELATED FACTORS MODIFY THE RELATION Jussi VAHTERA ; UUTELA, A. & PENTTI, J. UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND SY HLT (17) 5 VALUE ORIENTACION AS A VARIABLE MEDIATING THE INFLUENCE OF MACRO-SOCIAL STRESS ON PSYCHOSOCIAL WELL-BEING Klaus BOEHNKE; UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY CHEMNITZ-ZWICKAU, GERMANY Discussant: Stan MAES, Leiden, The Netherlands SY HLT 21 Room: CII A SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF AIDS-RELATED SEXUAL BEHAVIORS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Darius K.S. CHAN; The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY HLT (21) 1 AN EXAMINATION OF BEHAVIORAL, NORMATIVE, AND CONTROL BELIEFS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS' CONDOM-USING BEHAVIOR: IMPLICATIONS FOR DESIGNING BELIEF-BASED INTERVENTIONS Darius K.S. CHAN; ; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY HLT (21) 2 SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL DETERMINANTS OF HIGH RISK SEXUAL BEHAVIORS AMONG AUSTRALIAN ADOLESCENTS Maria DONALD; ; National Center for HIV Social Research, University of Queensland, Australia SY HLT (21) 3 APPLYING THE THEORY OF REASONED ACTION TO AIDS RESEARCH: A META-ANALYSIS Dolores ALBARRACIN; ; University of Illinois, USA & Martin Fishbein; University of Illinois and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA SY HLT (21) 4 USING THEORY BASED COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE AIDS RISK BEHAVIORS: THE CDC's AIDS COMMUNITY INTERVENTION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT Martin FISHBEIN; ; University of Illinois and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA & Donna HIGGINS & Dan SCHNELL; Centers for Disease COntrol and Prevention, USA & The AIDS Community Demonstration Projects, USA Discussant(s): Ralph SCHWARZER, Germany TS HLT 11 Room: D-2 HEALTH EDUCATION AND SOCIAL REPRESENTATIONS (Language: Spanish) TS HLT (11) 1 GROUPAL INTERVENTION IN HEALTH EDUCATION Margarita SANCHEZ-CANDAMIO MENDEZ ; UNIVERSIDAD DE GIRONA, SPAIN TS HLT (11) 2 MODIFICATION OF DAILY HABITS IN COLLEGE STUDENTS. EVALUATION OF A PREVENTIVE PROGRAM IN HYPERTENSION Leticia GUARINO C. ; UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR, VENEZUELA TS HLT (11) 3 SOCIAL REPLRESENTATIONS AND HEALTH Agustín MOÑIVAS ; ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA DE TRABAJO SOCIAL, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY HLT 18 Room: S3 SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY AND HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Kenneth A. WALLSTON; Vanderbilt University, USA SY HLT (18) 1 THE CONTEXT OF COGNITIONS AND EXPECTATIONS Stanton P. NEWMAN; DURRANCE, P. UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, GREAT BRITAIN SY HLT (18) 2 CONSEQUENCES OF BELIEVING IN A DIVINE LOCUS OF CONTROL OVER ONE'S ILLNESS Kenneth A. WALLSTON; STEIN, M.J. VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, USA. SY HLT (18) 3 SELF-EFFICACY AND HEALTH BEHAVIORS Ralf SCHWARZER; FREIE UNIVERSITAT BERLIN, GERMANY SY HLT (18) 4 SELF-EFFICACY PREDICTS SURVIVAL IN LUNG DISEASE Robert M. KAPLAN; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, USA TS HLT 14 Room: CII GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY III (Language: Spanish) TS HLT (14) 1 ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF LIFE IN CARDIOVASCULAR PATIENTS C. PENAS MADURGA & V. MESTRE ESCRIVA & J.A. VELASCO RAMI & F. RIDOCCI; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS HLT (14) 2 "¡NO GRACIAS, NO FUMO!". A SMOKING PREVENTION PROGRAM Angel PALOMARES & A. GONZALEZ, SPAIN TS HLT (14) 3 ANOREXIA NERVOSA: RESULTS OF A TREATMENT GROUPAL PROGRAMME Mª Teresa BEL & V. TURON & A. GONZALEZ & J.M. MENCHON & J. VALLEJO; HOPITAL PRINCEPS D'ESPANYA, SPAIN TS HLT (14) 4 EFFECTS OF MICROSTRESS AND LIFE EVENTS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AND HEALTH Paloma P. CHOROT & Miguel A. SANTED & Bonifacio SANDIN & Pilar JIMENEZ & Carmen PEREZ-LLANTADA; UNED. UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACION A DISTANCIA, SPAIN TS HLT (14) 5 PSYCHOLOGICAL CARE TO INDERTILE COUPLES Diana GUERRA ; Instituto Dexus Servicio de Medicina Psicosomática, SPAIN POSTER SESSION 6 PO HLT 79 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ANGER, ANXIETY AND BIOMEDICAL INDEXES PREDICTING SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE Carmen TOME-RODRIGUEZ & J. MEJIAS ELETA & A. CANO VINDEL, SPAIN PO HLT 80 SELF-CONCEPT IN MIDDLESCENCE IN RELATION TO THE SUBJECTIVE HEALTH CONDITION Reiko UEDA & M. TAKAHASHI & N. ARIMORI; IBARAKI UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO HLT 81 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL RESOURCES AND WELL-BEING Antti K. UUTELA ; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND PO HLT 82 SUBJECTIVE HEALTH AND ITS CORRELATES IN HELSINKI, FINLAND AND MOSCOW, RUSSIA Antti K. UUTELA & Hannele PALOSUO & Irina ZHURAVLEVA; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND PO HLT 86 I HAVE AN AIDS RELATIVE WHAT CAN I THINK ? Paula VASCONCELOS & CLAUDIO, V. & GOUVEIA, M. & ROBALO, P.; ISPA, PORTUGAL PO HLT 87 HEALTH RESOURCES, ACTIVE JOB SEARCH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS OF UNEMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN Jukka VUORI & Tiina TERVAHARTIALA; FINNISH INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, FINLAND PO HLT 88 PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING : MEASUREMENT AND CONSTRUCT CLARIFICATION Marié WISSING & Chrizanne VAN EEDEN; Potchefstroom University for CHE, SOUTH AFRICA PO HLT 89 RELATIONS OF NEO-PI-R DIMENSIONS TO SENSE OF OF COHERENCE (SOC) AND OTHER MEASURES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING Marié WISSING & Marietjie DU TOIT; Potchefstroom University for CHE, SOUTH AFRICA PO HLT 90 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY IN AUSTRIA Leopold WURST & J. EGGER; UNIVERSITÄTSKLINIKEN GRAZ, AUSTRIA PO HLT 91 STRUCTURE OF THE RECOGNITION OF THE BODILY SYMPTOMS Masao YOGO & Haruyo HAMA & Yuumi YOGO & Yoshinori MATSUYAMA; DOSHISHA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN 602 PO HLT 92 MUSIC THERAPY: AN INTERVENTION TO REDUCE SURGERY ANXIETY IN THE ADULT PATIENTS Barbara MILUK-KOLASA & Jadwiga KLODECKA-ROZALSKA & Romuald STUPNICKI; INSTITUTE OF SPORT, POLAND PO HLT 93 COPING, HASSLES AND UPLIFTS, AND LOCUS OF CONTROL IN CANCER PATIENTS John R. MacKINNON ; CONNETICUT COLLEGE, USA PO HLT 75 ANXIETY IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS DURING ADJUVANT TREATEMENT Mª M TOLEDO-ALIAGA & J. FERRERO & E. MARTINEZ & M.P. BARRETO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO HLT 76 THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS Mª M TOLEDO-ALIAGA & J. FERRERO & E. MARTINEZ & M.P. BARRETO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO HLT 77 DEPRESSED MOOD IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS DURING ANJUVANT TREATMENT Mª M TOLEDO-ALIAGA & J. FERRERO & E. MARTINEZ & M.P. BARRETO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO HLT 78 EVOLUTION OF MENTAL ADJUSTMENT TO CANCER IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS Mª M TOLEDO-ALIAGA & J. FERRERO & E. MARTINEZ & M.P. BARRETO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO HLT 84 PSYCHOLOGYCAL ASPECTS IN CASES OF CUBAN EPIDEMICS NEURITIS: EVALUATION OF THE SYMPTOMS PERCEPTIONS AN PREOCUPATIONS Leida VALDES PORTELA & I. FERNANDEZ MADERO & H. VERA ACOSTA & I. GUTIERREZ; MEDICAL SURGERU RESEARCH CENTER, CUBA +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY HLT 19 Room: S3 COPING HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL IMPLICATIONS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Esther GREENGLASS; York University, Canada & Erica FRYDENBERG, University of Melbourne, Australia SY HLT (19) 1 LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATIONS OF COPING Roger SALJO; University of Linkoping, Sweden SY HLT (19) 2 COPING BEHAVIOR IN NORMAL AND CLINICAL SAMPLES. MORE SIMILARITIES THAN DIFFERENCES? Inge SEIFFGE-KRENKE; Univerrsity of Bonn, Germany SY HLT (19) 3 ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND WELL-BEING: WHAT THE ADOLESCENT COPING SCALE TELLS US Erica FRYDENBERG; University of Melbourne, Australia SY HLT (19) 4 COMPONENTS OF SOCIAL SUPPORT, COPING STRATEGIES AND ANXIETY Esther GREENGLASS; York University, Canada SY HLT (19) 5 SEEKING HELP AND SOCIAL SUPPORT IN ADOLESCENCE: THE ROLES OF AGE, GENDER AND SELF-CONCEPT Jennifer MULLER; & K.A. SCHONERT-REICHI; University of British Columbia, Canada SY HLT (19) 6 SELF-RESPONSABILITY: A DETERMINANT OF HELATHY LIVING, COPING AND CAREER SATISFACTION Kate MOORE; Deakin University, Australia SY HLT 23 Room: CII ASSESSMENT OF EATING DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Rosa M. RAICH; Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain & David M. GARNER; Center for Cognitive Therapy, Philadelppia, USA SY HLT (23)1 LISREL ANALYSIS ON BULIMIA FACTORS Rosa M. RAICH; & MORA, Marisol; Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain SY HLT (23)2 THE USE OF THE EDI-2 A CLINICAL POPULARION IN SPAIN Raquel SCIGLIANO HERBON; CINTECO, SPAIN SY HLT (23)3 EDI-2 FINFINGS IN NON-CLINICAL SAMPLES IN MEXICO Victoria E. HOLTZ; Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO SY HLT (23)4 BINGE EATING VERSUS NON-BINGING OBESE PATIENTS FROM ARGENTINA Alberto CORMILLOT; & ZUCKERFELD, Ruben; Centro de Investigación en Nutrición, Alimentos y Sociedad, Argentina SY HLT (23)5 VALIDATION OF EDI-2 SUBSCALES AND ASSESSMENT ISSUES WITH EATING DISORDERS David M. GARNER; The Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, USA Discussant(s): David M. GARNER, USA

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