A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Ana E Abraído-Lanza, Anahí Viladrich, Karen R Flórez, Amarilis Céspedes, Alejandra N Aguirre, Ana Alicia De La Cruz. Ethn Dis 2007
Times Cited: 86







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



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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
79
32

Cancer fatalism: the state of the science.
Barbara D Powe, Ramona Finnie. Cancer Nurs 2003
259
27


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
26

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
20


Fatalistic beliefs about cancer prevention and three prevention behaviors.
Jeff Niederdeppe, Andrea Gurmankin Levy. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2007
245
16

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
16


Religious fatalism and its association with health behaviors and outcomes.
Monica D Franklin, David G Schlundt, Linda H McClellan, Tunu Kinebrew, Jylana Sheats, Rhonda Belue, Anne Brown, Dorlisa Smikes, Kushal Patel, Margaret Hargreaves. Am J Health Behav 2007
44
25

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


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
235
9



Social class, Mexican culture, and fatalism: their effects on psychological distress.
C E Ross, J Mirowsky, W C Cockerham. Am J Community Psychol 1983
41
17

Cancer in the socioeconomically disadvantaged.
H P Freeman. CA Cancer J Clin 1989
172
8

A critical review of theory in breast cancer screening promotion across cultures.
Rena J Pasick, Nancy J Burke. Annu Rev Public Health 2008
79
8




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
10

An intervention to decrease cancer fatalism among rural elders.
B D Powe, S Weinrich. Oncol Nurs Forum 1999
87
6



Development and psychometric properties of the 12-item diabetes fatalism scale.
Leonard E Egede, Charles Ellis. J Gen Intern Med 2010
37
16

Belief in divine control, coping, and race/ethnicity among older women with breast cancer.
Yoshiko Umezawa, Qian Lu, Jin You, Marjorie Kagawa-Singer, Barbara Leake, Rose C Maly. Ann Behav Med 2012
35
17


Sociocultural context of mammography screening use.
Kathleen M Russell, Susan M Perkins, Terrell W Zollinger, Victoria L Champion. Oncol Nurs Forum 2006
58
8

Cancer fatalism and breast cancer screening in African American women.
Wanda Raby Spurlock, Leah S Cullins. ABNF J 2006
39
12




Colorectal cancer screening among Latinos from U.S. cities along the Texas-Mexico border.
Maria E Fernandez, Rosario Wippold, Isabel Torres-Vigil, Theresa Byrd, Diamond Freeberg, Yadvindera Bains, Jessica Guajardo, Steven S Coughlin, Sally W Vernon. Cancer Causes Control 2008
65
7



Comparison of factors affecting repeat mammography screening of low-income Mexican American women.
Gloria Lopez-McKee, Jeanette A McNeill, Julia Bader, Pat Morales. Oncol Nurs Forum 2008
22
22



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
13

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
4


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
5


Acculturation and Latino health in the United States: a review of the literature and its sociopolitical context.
Marielena Lara, Cristina Gamboa, M Iya Kahramanian, Leo S Morales, David E Hayes Bautista. Annu Rev Public Health 2005
891
4

Validity of self-reported mammography in a multicultural population in Israel.
Orna Baron-Epel, Nurit Friedman, Omri Lernau. Prev Med 2008
18
22



Diversity matters: Unique populations of women and breast cancer screening.
Carol Magai, Nathan Consedine, Francine Conway, Alfred Neugut, Clayton Culver. Cancer 2004
73
5



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.