A study performed in a group of 59 premenopausal women. For the majority it could be shown that creativity, as measured by the Creative Functioning Test, correlated with a favorable prognosis. It was concluded that suppression of aggression could be a negative factor in the development of cancer growth. In a small group with comedo carcinoma these relations were reversed. Test results suggested that these patients could not handle their aggression in a constructive manner.
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The record was previously connected to the following departments: Clinic of Neurosurgery: University Hospital, Lund (LUR000009), Department of Psychology (012010000), Division IV (013230800)
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