Thomas G. Burish
Ph.D., Univeristy of Kansas
300 Main Building
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Stress and coping in general, and coping with cancer in particular.
Professor Burish’s primary research interests are in the areas of stress and coping in general, and coping with cancer in particular. His most recent work examined psychological factors, especially learning, that play a role in the etiology, prevention, and treatment of the side effects of cancer treatments. The goal of this work is to understand the causes of many forms of psychological distress in cancer patients, and to develop effective approaches to predict, prevent, and ameliorate this distress. Professor Burish has been in full-time university administration for several years and currently serves as Notre Dame’s provost.
Burish, T. G. (2000). The role of behavioral and psychosocial science in reducing cancer morbidity and mortality. Oncologist (invited article), 5, 263-266.
Andrykowski, M.A., Carpenter, J.S., Greiner, C.B., Altmaier, E.M., Burish, T.G., Antin, J.H., Gingrich, R., Cordova, M.J., & Henslee-Downey, P.J. (1997).
Energy level and sleep quality following bone marrow transplantation. Bone Marrow Transplantation, 20, 669-679.
Morrow, G. R., Hickok, J. T., Burish, T. G., & Rosenthal, S. N. (1996). Frequency and clinical implications of delayed nausea and delayed emesis. American Journal of Clinical Oncology, 19(2), 199-203.
Morrow, G. R., Hickok, J. T., & Burish, T. G. (1994). Behavioral aspects of clinical trials: An integrated framework from behavioral therapy. Cancer, 74(9), 2676-2682.