A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

E J Pérez-Stable, F Sabogal, R Otero-Sabogal, R A Hiatt, S J McPhee. JAMA 1992
Times Cited: 219







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



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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
154
24

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
87
26

Cancer fatalism: the state of the science.
Barbara D Powe, Ramona Finnie. Cancer Nurs 2003
259
19


Breast and cervical cancer screening in Hispanic women: a literature review using the health belief model.
LaToya T Austin, Farah Ahmad, Mary Jane McNally, Donna E Stewart. Womens Health Issues 2002
234
17

Differing beliefs about breast cancer among Latinas and Anglo women.
F A Hubbell, L R Chavez, S I Mishra, R B Valdez. West J Med 1996
60
26

Fatalistic beliefs about cancer prevention and three prevention behaviors.
Jeff Niederdeppe, Andrea Gurmankin Levy. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2007
236
15

Fatalism or destiny? A qualitative study and interpretative framework on Dominican women's breast cancer beliefs.
Karen R Flórez, Alejandra N Aguirre, Anahí Viladrich, Amarilis Céspedes, Ana Alicia De La Cruz, Ana F Abraído-Lanza. J Immigr Minor Health 2009
78
19

Access and attitudinal factors related to breast and cervical cancer rescreening: why are Latinas still underscreened?
Regina Otero-Sabogal, Susan Stewart, Fabio Sabogal, Beth A Brown, Eliseo J Pérez-Stable. Health Educ Behav 2003
80
17

Hispanic women's breast and cervical cancer knowledge, attitudes, and screening behaviors.
A G Ramirez, L Suarez, L Laufman, C Barroso, P Chalela. Am J Health Promot 2000
135
13



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
487
11

Use of cancer screening practices by Hispanic women: analyses by subgroup.
R E Zambrana, N Breen, S A Fox, M L Gutierrez-Mohamed. Prev Med 1999
177
10

An intervention to decrease cancer fatalism among rural elders.
B D Powe, S Weinrich. Oncol Nurs Forum 1999
87
11


Acculturation and breast cancer screening among Hispanic women in New York City.
A S O'Malley, J Kerner, A E Johnson, J Mandelblatt. Am J Public Health 1999
142
9

Barriers to breast cancer screening for low-income Mexican and Dominican women in New York City.
Samantha Garbers, Dorothy Jones Jessop, Heather Foti, Maria Uribelarrea, Mary Ann Chiasson. J Urban Health 2003
69
13




Community-based cancer screening for underserved women: design and baseline findings from the Breast and Cervical Cancer Intervention Study.
R A Hiatt, R J Pasick, S Stewart, J Bloom, P Davis, P Gardiner, M Johnston, J Luce, K Schorr, W Brunner,[...]. Prev Med 2001
159
8


Breast and cervix cancer screening among multiethnic women: role of age, health, and source of care.
J S Mandelblatt, K Gold, A S O'Malley, K Taylor, K Cagney, J S Hopkins, J Kerner. Prev Med 1999
163
8

Correlates of breast cancer screening among low-income, low-education Latinas.
A Valdez, K Banerjee, L Ackerson, M Fernandez, R Otero-Sabogal, C P Somkin. Prev Med 2001
45
17

Differences in breast cancer stage, treatment, and survival by race and ethnicity.
Christopher I Li, Kathleen E Malone, Janet R Daling. Arch Intern Med 2003
507
8

Understanding the breast cancer experience of women: a qualitative study of African American, Asian American, Latina and Caucasian cancer survivors.
Kimlin Tam Ashing-Giwa, Geraldine Padilla, Judith Tejero, Janet Kraemer, Karen Wright, Anne Coscarelli, Sheila Clayton, Imani Williams, Dawn Hills. Psychooncology 2004
376
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Cancer in the socioeconomically disadvantaged.
H P Freeman. CA Cancer J Clin 1989
171
7

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
28

The influence of race, ethnicity, and individual socioeconomic factors on breast cancer stage at diagnosis.
Paula M Lantz, Mahasin Mujahid, Kendra Schwartz, Nancy K Janz, Angela Fagerlin, Barbara Salem, Lihua Liu, Dennis Deapen, Steven J Katz. Am J Public Health 2006
157
7

Annual report to the nation on the status of cancer, 1975-2003, featuring cancer among U.S. Hispanic/Latino populations.
Holly L Howe, Xiaocheng Wu, Lynn A G Ries, Vilma Cokkinides, Faruque Ahmed, Ahmedin Jemal, Barry Miller, Melanie Williams, Elizabeth Ward, Phyllis A Wingo,[...]. Cancer 2006
314
7


Barriers to cancer screening in Mexican-American women.
M Lobell, R C Bay, K V Rhoads, B Keske. Mayo Clin Proc 1998
47
12




Breast and cervical cancer screening among Latinas and non-Latina whites.
Ana F Abraído-Lanza, Maria T Chao, Marilie D Gammon. Am J Public Health 2004
83
7

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
118
6

Cancer screening among Latino subgroups in the United States.
Sherri Sheinfeld Gorin, Julia E Heck. Prev Med 2005
131
6



The impact of acculturation on awareness of genetic testing for increased cancer risk among Hispanics in the year 2000 National Health Interview Survey.
Susan T Vadaparampil, Louise Wideroff, Nancy Breen, Edward Trapido. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2006
56
10

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

Social-cognitive aspects of underserved Latinas preparing to undergo genetic cancer risk assessment for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
Veronica I Lagos, Martin A Perez, Charité N Ricker, Kathleen R Blazer, Nydia M Santiago, Nancy Feldman, Lori Viveros, Jeffrey N Weitzel. Psychooncology 2008
40
15

Effectiveness of Cultivando la Salud: a breast and cervical cancer screening promotion program for low-income Hispanic women.
María E Fernández, Alicia Gonzales, Guillermo Tortolero-Luna, Janet Williams, Monica Saavedra-Embesi, Wenyaw Chan, Sally W Vernon. Am J Public Health 2009
137
6

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
78
7


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.