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effectiveness of exercise as a supportive care intervention. See also physical activity of cancer survivors Affective attitudes (perceived enjoyment), 128-29

Instrumental attitudes (perceived benefits), 128 Perceptions of control or self-efficacy

(perceived barriers), 129 Subjective norm (perceived approval and support), 129 efficacy of smoking cessation intervention studies abstinence rates for intervention and usual care conditions, 308, 309 effectiveness of hospital-based intervention, 308-09

emotional well-being restoration of cancer survivors. See also trait and social-cognitive perspectives on well-being, integration of cognitive, behavioral, and social contributors behavioral and social variables, 236-37 cognitive variables, 236 dispositional perspective on emotional well-being, 234-35 affective set point, 234

impact of life events on indicators of SWB, 234

limitations of, 235 emotional or subjective well-being (SWB), 232, 233

hygiology, 232

philosophical perspectives of well-being, 232-33

psychological well-being (PWB), 232, 233 SWB and QOL, 233 evaluation of the quality of cancer care in the United Kingdom (UK) INVOLVE- national advisory Group, 425 NHS Cancer Plan, 424 evaluation of the quality of cancer care in the United States (USA) National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

(NCCS), 424 survey of patients' perceptions of hospital care experience, 423-24 National Quality Forum (NQF), 423, 424 exercise behavior change interventions

62-page exercise guidebook for breast cancer survivors, 126 FRESHSTART, 126

Project LEAD (Project Leading the Way in Education Against Disease), 125 exercise motivation and behavior change determinants of exercise in cancer survivors outcome expectation, 119 predictors of exercise behavior, 122 social cognitive theory (SCT), 119 Theoretical studies examining social cognitive determinants, 120-21 theory of planned behavior (TPB), 119, 121

limitations in the research, 118 Patterns and prevalence rates, 113-15

Changes in Exercise Frequency, 114-15 studies and research, 114-18

comparison in exercise participation rates, 116

exercise levels, 114

exercise patterns of cancer survivors, 114 physical activity levels of breast cancer survivors, 114 prevalence rates of exercise, 115-16 readiness to change exercise behavior, 118

exercise motives and barriers of cancer survivors main benefits of exercise, 123 studies and research, 123-24 exercise preferences of cancer survivors cross-sectional survey (s) and studies, 124-25

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