A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

R M Mayo, J R Ureda, V G Parker. J Women Aging 2001
Times Cited: 103







List of co-cited articles
518 articles co-cited >1



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Cancer fatalism: the state of the science.
Barbara D Powe, Ramona Finnie. Cancer Nurs 2003
259
42



Fatalistic beliefs about cancer prevention and three prevention behaviors.
Jeff Niederdeppe, Andrea Gurmankin Levy. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2007
245
25

An intervention to decrease cancer fatalism among rural elders.
B D Powe, S Weinrich. Oncol Nurs Forum 1999
87
27

The influence of fatalism on self-reported use of Papanicolaou smears.
L R Chavez, F A Hubbell, S I Mishra, R B Valdez. Am J Prev Med 1997
155
23


Breast cancer screening and African American women: fear, fatalism, and silence.
J M Phillips, M Z Cohen, G Moses. Oncol Nurs Forum 1999
129
18


Influence of socioeconomic and cultural factors on racial differences in late-stage presentation of breast cancer.
D R Lannin, H F Mathews, J Mitchell, M S Swanson, F H Swanson, M S Edwards. JAMA 1998
491
15

Fatalism and breast cancer in black women.
M E Conrad, P Brown, M G Conrad. Ann Intern Med 1996
26
53


The self-reported likelihood of patient delay in breast cancer: new thoughts for early detection.
Noreen C Facione, Christine Miaskowski, Marylin J Dodd, Steven M Paul. Prev Med 2002
119
13

Sociocultural context of mammography screening use.
Kathleen M Russell, Susan M Perkins, Terrell W Zollinger, Victoria L Champion. Oncol Nurs Forum 2006
58
22

Misconceptions about cancer among Latinos and Anglos.
E J Pérez-Stable, F Sabogal, R Otero-Sabogal, R A Hiatt, S J McPhee. JAMA 1992
221
12

A breast cancer fear scale: psychometric development.
Victoria L Champion, Celette Sugg Skinner, Usha Menon, Susan Rawl, R Brian Giesler, Patrick Monahan, Joanne Daggy. J Health Psychol 2004
102
12

Racial differences in breast cancer screening, knowledge and compliance.
Dawne M Harris, Jane E Miller, Diane M Davis. J Natl Med Assoc 2003
62
19

Perceptions of cancer in an African-American community: a focus group report.
Sharada Shankar, Elizabeth Selvin, Anthony J Alberg. Ethn Dis 2002
41
26

Religiosity, spirituality, and cancer fatalism beliefs on delay in breast cancer diagnosis in African American women.
Mary Magee Gullatte, Otis Brawley, Anita Kinney, Barbara Powe, Kathi Mooney. J Relig Health 2010
81
13

The psychometric property and validation of a fatalism scale.
Lijiang Shen, Celeste M Condit, Lanelle Wright. Psychol Health 2009
71
15

Cancer in the socioeconomically disadvantaged.
H P Freeman. CA Cancer J Clin 1989
172
10

Skin cancer prevention and early detection practices in a sample of rural women.
R Michielutte, M B Dignan, P C Sharp, J Boxley, H B Wells. Prev Med 1996
25
36

Spiritual health locus of control and breast cancer beliefs among urban African American women.
Cheryl L Holt, Eddie M Clark, Matthew W Kreuter, Doris M Rubio. Health Psychol 2003
75
12

Commentary: fatalismo reconsidered: a cautionary note for health-related research and practice with Latino populations.
Ana E Abraído-Lanza, Anahí Viladrich, Karen R Flórez, Amarilis Céspedes, Alejandra N Aguirre, Ana Alicia De La Cruz. Ethn Dis 2007
86
10

Psychologic predictors of cancer information avoidance among older adults: the role of cancer fear and fatalism.
Anne Miles, Sanne Voorwinden, Sarah Chapman, Jane Wardle. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2008
84
10

Correlates of tobacco use among smokers and recent quitters diagnosed with cancer.
Robert A Schnoll, Michael Malstrom, Calvin James, Randi L Rothman, Suzanne M Miller, John A Ridge, Benjamin Movsas, Michael Unger, Corey Langer, Melvyn Goldberg. Patient Educ Couns 2002
114
8

Sociocultural correlates of breast cancer knowledge and screening in urban African American women.
Susan N Lukwago, Matthew W Kreuter, Cheryl L Holt, Karen Steger-May, Dawn C Bucholtz, Celette Sugg Skinner. Am J Public Health 2003
73
10

Psychosocial correlates of mammography screening in older African American women.
Deborah Farmer, Bobbie Reddick, Ralph D'Agostino, Sharon A Jackson. Oncol Nurs Forum 2007
68
11

Cancer fatalism and breast cancer screening in African American women.
Wanda Raby Spurlock, Leah S Cullins. ABNF J 2006
39
20

Comparing perceptions of cancer fatalism among African American patients and their providers.
Barbara D Powe, Elvan C Daniels, Ramona Finnie. J Am Acad Nurse Pract 2005
30
26


Diversity matters: Unique populations of women and breast cancer screening.
Carol Magai, Nathan Consedine, Francine Conway, Alfred Neugut, Clayton Culver. Cancer 2004
73
9




Development and validation of a religious health fatalism measure for the African-American faith community.
Monica D Franklin, David G Schlundt, Kenneth A Wallston. J Health Psychol 2008
30
23

Measuring mammography and breast cancer beliefs in African American women.
Victoria L Champion, Patrick O Monahan, Jeffery K Springston, Kathleen Russell, Terrell W Zollinger, Robert M Saywell, Maltie Maraj. J Health Psychol 2008
61
11

Breast cancer fatalism: the role of women's perceptions of the health care system.
Allyson G Hall, Amal J Khoury, Ellen D S Lopez, Nedra Lisovicz, Amanda Avis-Williams, Amal Mitra. J Health Care Poor Underserved 2008
26
26


Cancer disparities by race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status.
Elizabeth Ward, Ahmedin Jemal, Vilma Cokkinides, Gopal K Singh, Cheryll Cardinez, Asma Ghafoor, Michael Thun. CA Cancer J Clin 2004
6

The Health Belief Model: a decade later.
N K Janz, M H Becker. Health Educ Q 1984
6

Understanding locally advanced breast cancer: what influences a woman's decision to delay treatment?
Iman E Mohamed, Kristi Skeel Williams, Marijob Tamburrino, Johnm Wryobeck, Sue Carter. Prev Med 2005
43
13


Does Local Television News Coverage Cultivate Fatalistic Beliefs about Cancer Prevention?
Jeff Niederdeppe, Erika Franklin Fowler, Kenneth Goldstein, James Pribble. J Commun 2010
33
18

Perceptions of cancer controllability and cancer risk knowledge: the moderating role of race, ethnicity, and acculturation.
A Susana Ramírez, Lila J Finney Rutten, April Oh, Bryan Leyva Vengoechea, Richard P Moser, Robin C Vanderpool, Bradford W Hesse. J Cancer Educ 2013
36
16




The transtheoretical model of health behavior change.
J O Prochaska, W F Velicer. Am J Health Promot 1997
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Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.