Wolfgang Linden

Professor Emeritus
location_on Kenny Room 2529--2136 West Mall

Research Area

Research

Professional interests include health psychology; cardiac rehabilitation; psychological adjustment to cancer; advocacy for improved mental and addictions services and minimizing the impact of adverse childhoods on youth and adult health.


Publications

Undergraduate Textbook

Linden W, Hewitt PL (2018, Second Edition) Clinical Psychology: A Modern Health Profession. 452 pages. Taylor and Francis, New York, USA

Journal Publications

Ozier D, Linden W (2018) Heart variability biofeedback as supplementary care for brain cancer: A feasibility study. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 1-2

Linden W, Vodermaier A (2018) On the uniqueness of, and diversity within, cancers: A commentary on Kangas and Gross 2018.  Journal of Health Psychology ,  online first : https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105318781947

Vodermaier A, Linden W (2019) Low social support is not associated with high distress in patients with cancer unless more support is wanted :  Replication with a large sample.  Supportive Care in Cancer   27, 2345–2347

Marshall C, Linden W, Ng A, Vodermaier A (2019) In the Margins: Unsolicited Comments of Cancer Patients across the first year after diagnosis.  Canadian Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 51, 261-268.

Young S, Linden W, Ignaszewski A, Con A, Terhaag S, Campbell T (2019). Psychosocial and medical predictors of 1-yr functional outcome in male and female coronary bypass recipients. Heart & Mind, 3, 113-121.

Linden W, Young S, Ignaszewski A, Campbell T (2021, February, early release). Psychosocial and medical predictors of 14-year mortality and morbidity in male and female coronary artery bypass graft recipients: a prospective observational study. Psychological Medicine, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1017/S003329172100012X

Heidary M, Nosrat Abad TH, Linden W (2021, in press). The Effect of Family-Based Mindfulness Intervention on Aggression and Rule-breaking Behaviours in Male Elementary School Students. Journal of Psychologists and Counselors in Schools.


Awards

  • Senior Investigator Award, Section for Behavioral Medicine, Canadian Psychological Association (2018)
  • American Psychological Association Fellow (2001)

Wolfgang Linden

Professor Emeritus
location_on Kenny Room 2529--2136 West Mall

Professional interests include health psychology; cardiac rehabilitation; psychological adjustment to cancer; advocacy for improved mental and addictions services and minimizing the impact of adverse childhoods on youth and adult health.

Undergraduate Textbook

Linden W, Hewitt PL (2018, Second Edition) Clinical Psychology: A Modern Health Profession. 452 pages. Taylor and Francis, New York, USA

Journal Publications

Ozier D, Linden W (2018) Heart variability biofeedback as supplementary care for brain cancer: A feasibility study. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 1-2

Linden W, Vodermaier A (2018) On the uniqueness of, and diversity within, cancers: A commentary on Kangas and Gross 2018.  Journal of Health Psychology ,  online first : https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105318781947

Vodermaier A, Linden W (2019) Low social support is not associated with high distress in patients with cancer unless more support is wanted :  Replication with a large sample.  Supportive Care in Cancer   27, 2345–2347

Marshall C, Linden W, Ng A, Vodermaier A (2019) In the Margins: Unsolicited Comments of Cancer Patients across the first year after diagnosis.  Canadian Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 51, 261-268.

Young S, Linden W, Ignaszewski A, Con A, Terhaag S, Campbell T (2019). Psychosocial and medical predictors of 1-yr functional outcome in male and female coronary bypass recipients. Heart & Mind, 3, 113-121.

Linden W, Young S, Ignaszewski A, Campbell T (2021, February, early release). Psychosocial and medical predictors of 14-year mortality and morbidity in male and female coronary artery bypass graft recipients: a prospective observational study. Psychological Medicine, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1017/S003329172100012X

Heidary M, Nosrat Abad TH, Linden W (2021, in press). The Effect of Family-Based Mindfulness Intervention on Aggression and Rule-breaking Behaviours in Male Elementary School Students. Journal of Psychologists and Counselors in Schools.

  • Senior Investigator Award, Section for Behavioral Medicine, Canadian Psychological Association (2018)
  • American Psychological Association Fellow (2001)

Wolfgang Linden

Professor Emeritus
location_on Kenny Room 2529--2136 West Mall

Professional interests include health psychology; cardiac rehabilitation; psychological adjustment to cancer; advocacy for improved mental and addictions services and minimizing the impact of adverse childhoods on youth and adult health.

Undergraduate Textbook

Linden W, Hewitt PL (2018, Second Edition) Clinical Psychology: A Modern Health Profession. 452 pages. Taylor and Francis, New York, USA

Journal Publications

Ozier D, Linden W (2018) Heart variability biofeedback as supplementary care for brain cancer: A feasibility study. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 1-2

Linden W, Vodermaier A (2018) On the uniqueness of, and diversity within, cancers: A commentary on Kangas and Gross 2018.  Journal of Health Psychology ,  online first : https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105318781947

Vodermaier A, Linden W (2019) Low social support is not associated with high distress in patients with cancer unless more support is wanted :  Replication with a large sample.  Supportive Care in Cancer   27, 2345–2347

Marshall C, Linden W, Ng A, Vodermaier A (2019) In the Margins: Unsolicited Comments of Cancer Patients across the first year after diagnosis.  Canadian Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 51, 261-268.

Young S, Linden W, Ignaszewski A, Con A, Terhaag S, Campbell T (2019). Psychosocial and medical predictors of 1-yr functional outcome in male and female coronary bypass recipients. Heart & Mind, 3, 113-121.

Linden W, Young S, Ignaszewski A, Campbell T (2021, February, early release). Psychosocial and medical predictors of 14-year mortality and morbidity in male and female coronary artery bypass graft recipients: a prospective observational study. Psychological Medicine, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1017/S003329172100012X

Heidary M, Nosrat Abad TH, Linden W (2021, in press). The Effect of Family-Based Mindfulness Intervention on Aggression and Rule-breaking Behaviours in Male Elementary School Students. Journal of Psychologists and Counselors in Schools.

  • Senior Investigator Award, Section for Behavioral Medicine, Canadian Psychological Association (2018)
  • American Psychological Association Fellow (2001)