Matthew Cordova, Ph.D.

Veterans Administration Health Care System-Palo Alto
email: matthew.cordova@med.va.gov

Grants

Do Community Cancer Groups Enhance Well-being? 1999 (Cycle V)
Postdoctoral Fellowship 5FB-0036 $74,968


Self-report and linguistic indicators of emotional expression in narratives as predictors of adjustment to cancer.
  Periodical: Journal of Behavioral Medicine
  Author(s): Owen JE, Giese-Davis J, Cordova M, Kronenwetter C, Golant M, Spiegel D.
  Yr: 2006 Vol: 29 Nbr: 4 Pgs: 335-45
  Associated Grant: Do Community Cancer Groups Enhance Well-being?
 
Social Constraints, Cognitive Processing, and Adjustment to Breast Cancer
  Periodical: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
  Author(s): Cordova MJ, Cunningham LL, Carlson CR, Andrykowski MA
  Yr: 2001 Vol: 69 Nbr: 4 Pgs: 706-11
  Associated Grant: Do Community Cancer Groups Enhance Well-being?
 
Posttraumatic Growth Following Breast Cancer: A Controlled Comparison Study
  Periodical: Health Psychology
  Author(s): Cordova, Mathew J.; Cunningham, Lauren LC; Carlson, Charles R; Andrykowski, Michael A;
  Yr: 2001 Vol: 20 Nbr: 3 Pgs: 176-185
  Associated Grant: Do Community Cancer Groups Enhance Well-being?
 
Supportive-expressive group therapy and life extension of breast cancer patients
  Periodical: Advances in mind-body medicine
  Author(s): Cordova M, Spiegel D
  Yr: 2001 Vol: 17 Nbr: 1 Pgs: 38-41
  Associated Grant: Do Community Cancer Groups Enhance Well-being?