Man Cheung Chung
Affiliation: University of Plymouth
- Traumatic stress and ways of coping of community residents exposed to a train disasterM C Chung
Department of Psychology, University of Plymouth, Devon, UK
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 35:528-34. 2001..The hypothesis was that there would be a high level of traumatic stress and that emotion-focused coping would be the predictor to distress...
- Comorbidity and personality traits in patients with different levels of posttraumatic stress disorder following myocardial infarctionMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, Peninsula Allied Health Centre, College of St Mark and St John, Derriford Road, Plymouth, PL6 8BH, UK
Psychiatry Res 152:243-52. 2007..To conclude, following MI, those with full-PTSD tend to report more severe comorbidity than those who have not developed PTSD fully. The former can also be distinguished from the latter by virtue of their specific personality traits...
- Stress, psychiatric co-morbidity and coping in patients with chronic idiopathic urticariaMan Cheung Chung
Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, Peninsula Allied Health Centre, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, PL6 8BH, UK
Psychol Health 25:477-90. 2010..Emotion-focussed coping was associated with the severity of CIU; perceived stress was associated with co-morbidity...
- The relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder, psychiatric comorbidity, and personality traits among patients with chronic idiopathic urticariaMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, Peninsula Allied Health Centre, PL6 8BH, United Kingdom
Compr Psychiatry 51:55-63. 2010..No empirical studies, however, have investigated the relationship between PTSD and chronic idiopathic urticaria (CIU). The role of personality traits in this relationship was also unknown...
- Posttraumatic stress disorder in older people after a fallMan Cheung Chung
Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, PL6 8BH, UK
Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 24:955-64. 2009..Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a debilitating psychological condition, never studied in relation to falls in older people. This study determines the prevalence and correlates of PTSD in older people post-fall...
- Posttraumatic stress and co-morbidity following myocardial infarction among older patients: the role of copingM C Chung
Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
Aging Ment Health 12:124-33. 2008..Depending on the severity of PTSD symptoms, co-morbidity and coping strategies can vary among older patients. Older patients with full-PTSD tend to use both maladaptive coping strategies as well as problem-focused coping...
- Coping with posttraumatic stress disorder and comorbidity after myocardial infarctionMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, Peninsula Allied Health Centre, Plymouth PL6 8BH, United Kingdom
Compr Psychiatry 49:55-64. 2008..Literature on the relationship between coping strategies, posttraumatic stress after myocardial infarction (post-MI PTSD), and comorbidity is limited. This study aimed to fill this gap in literature by investigating this relationship...
- Locus of control among spinal cord injury patients with different levels of posttraumatic stress disorderMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, Peninsula Allied Health Centre, Derriford Road, Plymouth, PL6 8BH, UK
Psychiatry Res 152:253-60. 2007..External locus of control was a distinctive strategy that SCI-PTSD patients used in coping with the effects of SCI-PTSD...
- Posttraumatic stress disorder and general health problems following myocardial infarction (Post-MI PTSD) among older patients: the role of personalityMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 21:1163-74. 2006....
- Spinal cord injury, posttraumatic stress, and locus of control among the elderly: a comparison with young and middle-aged patientsMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth School of Applied Psychosocial Studies, Plymouth, England
Psychiatry 69:69-80. 2006..SCI-PTSD responses did not differ according to age; however, the use of health locus of control differed depending on whether patients were younger or older...
- The relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder following spinal cord injury and locus of controlMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, Faculty of Health and Social Work, School of Applied Psychosocial Studies, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA, England, UK
J Affect Disord 93:229-32. 2006..This study examined whether locus of control was associated with spinal cord injury posttraumatic stress disorder (SCI-PTSD)...
- Differentiating posttraumatic stress between elderly and younger residentsMan Cheung Chung
School of Psychology, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AA, United Kingdom
Psychiatry 68:164-73. 2005..Correlation coefficients showed that intrusion, avoidance, and the total impact of the disasters were significantly correlated with all general health subscales for both elderly and younger groups...
- A multiple-indicator multiple-cause model for posttraumatic stress reactions: personality, coping, and maladjustmentMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, School of Psychology, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 8AA, UK
Psychosom Med 67:251-9. 2005....
- Coping with post-traumatic stress: young, middle-aged and elderly comparisonsMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 19:333-43. 2004..The second aim was to differentiate between these three age groups in terms of coping strategies...
- Psychological sequelae: post-traumatic stress reactions and personality factors among community residents as secondary victimsMan Cheung Chung
University of Plymouth, Plymouth, England, UK
Scand J Caring Sci 17:265-70. 2003..Residents with a neurotic personality tend to be associated with post-traumatic stress reactions and general health problems...
- The relationship between forgiveness, spirituality, traumatic guilt and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among people with addictionLouise Langman
Faculty of Health, Education and Society, School of Social Science and Social Work, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
Psychiatr Q 84:11-26. 2013..Meanwhile, their ability to forgive themselves or others did not seem to influence health outcomes...
- Investigation of the relationship between trauma and pain catastrophising: the roles of emotional processing and altered self-capacitySelina Horsham
University of Plymouth, Clinical Psychology Teaching Unit, Plymouth, United Kingdom
Psychiatry Res 208:274-84. 2013..Furthermore, the way in which they process their emotions also has an important role to play. ..
- The prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder in patients undergoing pulmonary rehabilitation and changes in PTSD symptoms following rehabilitationRupert C M Jones
Respiratory Research Unit, Peninsula Medical School, Plymouth, England, UK
J Cardiopulm Rehabil Prev 29:49-56. 2009..We investigated the prevalence of PTSD in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) referred to pulmonary rehabilitation and the impact of rehabilitation on PTSD symptoms...
- In the shadow of terror: posttraumatic stress and psychiatric co-morbidity following bombing in Iraq: the role of shattered world assumptions and altered self-capacitiesFuaad Mohammed Freh
Faculty of Health, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA, United Kingdom
J Psychiatr Res 47:215-25. 2013..Civilians' perceptions of their ability to control events in the world and regulate their affect had a short term impact on the severity of these symptoms...
- 'Shame on you'--the psychosocial impact of genital wartsC Jeynes
Genitourinary Medicine Department, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, UK
Int J STD AIDS 20:557-60. 2009..0001) were significant in predicting HRQoL scores. There are emotional implications in having genital warts, which can have a profound effect on a patient's quality of life and these need addressing just as much as the physical warts...
- Reminiscence, regrets and activity in older people in residential care: associations with psychological healthKevin J McKee
University of Sheffield, UK
Br J Clin Psychol 44:543-61. 2005....
- The development and evaluation of a community attachment scheme for first-year medical studentsDavid Hannay
Institute of General Practice and Primary Care, Community Sciences Centre, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK
Med Teach 25:161-6. 2003....