Are we friends? Best friend nominations in pediatric brain tumor survivors and associated factors View Full Text


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2019-03-08

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Leandra Desjardins, Maru Barrera, Joanna Chung, Danielle Cataudella, Laura Janzen, Ute Bartels, Andrea Downie, Diane Fairclough

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BACKGROUND: Pediatric brain tumor survivors (PBTSs) are at risk of impairments in social competence. Limited information is available regarding nominations and reciprocated nominations of PBTSs as best friends and factors which may predict these. PROCEDURE: Caregivers of children (n = 32) aged 8-16 (38% low-grade glioma, 34% medulloblastoma, 28% other) completed ratings of child adjustment at baseline (T1) and PBTSs and classmates completed the Three Best Friends measure approximately 12 months later (T2). Sociometric data yielded ratings of best friend nominations and reciprocated best friend nominations. RESULTS: Nominations of PBTSs as best friends were not significantly different than controls, but PBTSs had fewer reciprocated best friend nominations than controls. Approximately half of PBTSs in this study did not have any reciprocated best friend nominations and 25% were not nominated by any peer as a best friend. Greater symptoms of depression and lower social skills in PBTSs were associated with fewer nominations as a best friend by peers and a greater likelihood of no reciprocal best friend nominations. Greater difficulties in emotional control were associated with fewer nominations as a best friend by peers. CONCLUSIONS: The discrepancy between reciprocated best friend nominations and best friend nominations highlights a need to attend to reciprocal friendships in PBTSs and further understand social information processes in this population. Longitudinal analyses illustrate the impact of emotional adjustment on PBTS friendships. More... »

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