Gender differences in and factors related to self-care behaviors: a cross-sectional, correlational study of patients with heart failure.

Gender differences in and factors related to self-care behaviors: a cross-sectional, correlational study of patients with heart failure.

[Anonymous].  2008.  Gender differences in and factors related to self-care behaviors: a cross-sectional, correlational study of patients with heart failure.. International journal of nursing studies. 45(12):1807-15.

Testing the psychometric properties of the Medication Adherence Scale in patients with heart failure.

The Control Attitudes Scale-Revised: psychometric evaluation in three groups of patients with cardiac illness.

Demonstration of psychometric soundness of the Dietary Sodium Restriction Questionnaire in patients with heart failure.

The effects of depressive symptoms and anxiety on quality of life in patients with heart failure and their spouses: testing dyadic dynamics using Actor-Partner Interdependence Model.

The effects of depressive symptoms and anxiety on quality of life in patients with heart failure and their spouses: testing dyadic dynamics using Actor-Partner Interdependence Model.

[Anonymous].  2009.  The effects of depressive symptoms and anxiety on quality of life in patients with heart failure and their spouses: testing dyadic dynamics using Actor-Partner Interdependence Model.. Journal of psychosomatic research. 67(1):29-35.

Living with depressive symptoms: patients with heart failure.

Heart failure patients' perceptions on nutrition and dietary adherence.

Heart failure self-care in developed and developing countries.

Trait anger, hostility, serum homocysteine, and recurrent cardiac events after percutaneous coronary interventions.

Trait anger, hostility, serum homocysteine, and recurrent cardiac events after percutaneous coronary interventions.

[Anonymous].  2009.  Trait anger, hostility, serum homocysteine, and recurrent cardiac events after percutaneous coronary interventions.. American journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. 18(6):554-61.

Effects of β-blockers and anxiety on complication rates after acute myocardial infarction.