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 impact of averse childhoods an 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

Vodermaier A, Linden W, Lucas S, Olson R (2017) Anxiety after diagnosis predicts lung-cancer specific and overall survival in patients with stage III non-small cell lung cancer. A population-based cohort study. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 53, 1057-1065. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2016.12.338

Stephen J, Rojubally A, Linden W, Zhong L, Mackenzie G., Mahmoud S & Giese-Davis J. (2017). Online support groups for young women with breast cancer: A proof-of-concept study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 25, 2285-2296. doi:10.1007/s00520-017-3639-2

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.


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 impact of averse childhoods an 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

Vodermaier A, Linden W, Lucas S, Olson R (2017) Anxiety after diagnosis predicts lung-cancer specific and overall survival in patients with stage III non-small cell lung cancer. A population-based cohort study. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 53, 1057-1065. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2016.12.338

Stephen J, Rojubally A, Linden W, Zhong L, Mackenzie G., Mahmoud S & Giese-Davis J. (2017). Online support groups for young women with breast cancer: A proof-of-concept study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 25, 2285-2296. doi:10.1007/s00520-017-3639-2

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.

  • 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 impact of averse childhoods an 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

Vodermaier A, Linden W, Lucas S, Olson R (2017) Anxiety after diagnosis predicts lung-cancer specific and overall survival in patients with stage III non-small cell lung cancer. A population-based cohort study. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 53, 1057-1065. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2016.12.338

Stephen J, Rojubally A, Linden W, Zhong L, Mackenzie G., Mahmoud S & Giese-Davis J. (2017). Online support groups for young women with breast cancer: A proof-of-concept study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 25, 2285-2296. doi:10.1007/s00520-017-3639-2

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.

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