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Matthew Moore

Recent Publications

Davis, C., Cadet, T., Moore, M., & Darby, K. (in press). A comparison of compliance and non-compliance in breast cancer screening among African American women. Health and Social Work.

Davis, C., Darby, K., Moore, M., Cadet, T., & Brown, G. (2017). Breast cancer screening for underserved African American women: A community based participatory approach. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology.

Nugent, W., Moore, M., & Story, E. (2015). Development and Monte Carlo study of a procedure for correcting the standardized mean difference for measurement error in the independent variable. Educational and Psychological Measurement. DOI: 10.1177/0013164414534067

Rust, C., Davis, C., & Moore, M. (2015). Medication adherence skills training for African American breast cancer survivors: The effects on health literacy, medication adherence and self-efficacy. Social Work in Health Care. 54(1), 33-46.

Under Review

Davis, C., Moore, M., & Cooper, L. (2016). Best practices in online teaching in social work. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Moore, M., Davis, C., & Cadet, T. (2016). Posttraumatic growth in African-American breast cancer survivors. Manuscript submitted for publication.

In Progress

Moore, M., Davis, C., & Cadet, T. Predictors of distress in rural cancer patients.

Moore, M. The spectrum of psychological responses to stress in cancer patients.

Davis, C., Cadet, T., & Moore, M. Psychosocial distress level changes in Australian cancer patients.

Moore, M., Davis, C., Cadet, T., Harralson, T., & Dietzen, L. A multilevel analysis of electronically-reported distress levels.

Moore, M., Davis, C., Cadet, T., Harralson, T., & Dietzen, L. Self-reported distress and posttraumatic stress symptoms.

Moore, M., Davis, C., Harralson, T., & Dietzen, L. A multilevel analysis of electronically-reported distress levels.

Moore, M., Davis, C., & Rust, C. Factors of posttraumatic growth in African American breast cancer patients.

 


 

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