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    Hypnosis in Pediatric Oncology

    L’hypnose en oncologie pédiatrique

    Jennifer Marini1,*, Audrey Vanhaudenhuyse2,3, Marie Lacasse1, Maud Jaspard1, Marie-Elisabeth Faymonville4, Hadrien Tasset3, Christophe F. Chantrain1,#, Charlotte Grégoire2,#

    Psycho-Oncologie, Vol.17, No.4, pp. 225-233, 2023, DOI:10.32604/po.2023.043341

    Abstract Hypnosis is a modified state of consciousness which showed its benefits to decrease different symptoms, mainly pain. During the last decade, this technique has also been proposed to adults with cancer to improve other symptoms, such as emotional distress, fatigue, or sleep difficulties. In pediatric oncology, hypnosis is also used to decrease disease-, treatment-, and procedure-related pain and anxiety. The learning of self-hypnosis and self-care techniques also improves the well-being of adults or children with cancer, their parents, and their siblings. Through several clinical cases, we will illustrate how hypnosis and self-care techniques have been implemented in the pediatric haemato-oncology… More >

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    How Employees React to a Narcissistic Leader? The Role of Work Stress in Relationship between Perceived Leader Narcissism and Employees’ Organizational Citizenship Behaviors to Supervisor

    Mingze Li, Huili Ye, Guanglei Zhang*

    International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, Vol.20, No.3, pp. 83-97, 2018, DOI:10.32604/IJMHP.2018.010806

    Abstract This study aims to understand how leader narcissism predicts employees’ organizational citizenship behaviors to supervisor (OCB-S). Based on the transactional model of stress, we argue that perceived leader narcissism triggers employees’ OCB-S through hindrance stress. We also consider how employees’ self-monitoring moderates the relationship between perceived leader narcissism and OCB-S. By collecting data from a matching questionnaire survey 48 leaders and 183 employees, we tested our conceptual model using adopted hierarchical regression method and plug-in Process. The results showed that perceived leader narcissism imposed a negative effect on employees’ OCB-S through hindrance stress. Moreover, we found that self-monitoring moderated the… More >

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