Elisabet Sundbom

Publications

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Nishikawa, Saori
Sundbom, Elisabet
Zashikhina, Anna; et al.

Differences and Similarities of Mental Health Problems Reported by Adolescents: From Greece, Japan, Russia, and Sweden
Psychology, 7(13): 1658-1670

2016

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Semb, Olof
Kaiser, Niclas
Andersson, Sven-Olof; et al.

Learning psychology as a challenging process towards development as well as "studies as usual": a thematic analysis of medical students' reflective writing
Advances in Medical Education and Practice, 5: 491-498

2014

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Hajdarevic, Senada
Hörnsten, Åsa
Sundbom, Elisabet; et al.

Health care delay in malignant melanoma: various pathways to diagnosis and treatment
Dermatology Research and Practice

2014

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Sundbom, Elisabet
Andersson, Sven-Olof
Semb, Olof; et al.

Reflekterande skrivande och personligt samtal i läkarutbildningen: Nya moment i psykologikurs bidrog till ökad självkännedom
Läkartidningen

2013

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Hajdarevic, Senada
Schmitt-Egenolf, Marcus
Sundbom, Elisabet; et al.

Coping styles in decision making among men and women diagnosed with malignant melanoma
Journal of Health Psychology, 18(11): 1445-1455

2013

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Hajdarevic, Senada
Schmitt-Egenolf, Marcus
Brulin, Christine; et al.

Malignant melanoma: gender patterns in care seeking for suspect marks
Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20(17-18): 2676-2684

2011

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Semb, Olof
Fransson, Per
Henningsson, Mikael; et al.

Treatment Acceptability among Crime Victims
The Open Psychology Journal, 4: 6-11

2011

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Semb, Olof
Strömsten, Lotta
Sundbom, Elisabet; et al.

Distress after a single violent crime: how shame-proneness and event-related shame work together as risk factors for post-victimization symptoms
Psychological Reports, 109(1): 3-23

2011

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Sundbom, Elisabet
Henningsson, Mikael
Fransson, Per; et al.

Betydelse av tidig kontakt och behandling av våldsdrabbade brottsoffer: en prospektiv longitudinell studie

2011

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Nishikawa, Saori
Hägglöf, Bruno
Sundbom, Elisabet

Contributions of attachment to self-concept and internalizing and externalizing problems among Japanese adolescents
Journal of Child and Family Studies, 19(3): 334-342

2010

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