Communicating Genetic Risk Information
Marteau, Theresa M.
British Medical Bulletin 1999; 55(2): 414-428
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Fatalistic responses to different types of genetic risk information: exploring the role of self-malleability. Claassen, Liesbeth; Henneman, Lidewij; De Vet, Riekie; Knol, Dirk; Marteau, Theresa; Timmermans, Danielle (2010-02)Providing people with genetic risk information may induce a sense of fatalism, the belief that little can be done to reduce the risk. We postulated that fatalism is a function of health risk information and individual ...
Genetic susceptibility testing versus family history-based risk assessment: impact on perceived risk of Alzheimer disease LaRusse, Susan; Roberts, J. Scott; Marteau, Theresa M.; Katzen, Heather; Linnenbringer, Erin L.; Barber, Melissa; Whitehouse, Peter J.; Quaid, Kimberly; Brown, Tamsen; Green, Robert C.; Relkin, Norman R. (2005-01)
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