Thus, the purpose of this review article is to: (1) describe self-reported cognitive deficits, specifically memory and attention deficits, in BCSs; (2) examine the effects of both chemotherapy and hormonal therapy on these deficits over time, extending from treatment to survivorship; (3) describe the effects of these cognitive deficits on BCSs' quality of life, both at work and at home; and (4) explore promising interventions for self-reported attention and memory deficits in BCSs.
This section summarizes critical findings on attention and memory deficits in BCSs. Studies in this review were selected by an initial search of PubMed and CINAHL databases to identify studies reporting cognitive deficits in BCSs.
Attention deficits are commonly reported by BCSs at all stages of treatment and survival.
Only 25% of BCSs indicated normal functioning, 50% indicated moderately effective functioning, and 25% indicated deficits in the ability to direct attention.
Minority BCSs commonly report sleep-related problems that include sleep maintenance (36%), dissatisfaction with sleep (35.3%), difficulty in falling asleep (23.5%), and early morning awakenings (22.4%) .
In a survey of 139 BCSs, fatigue (76%) was the most commonly reported symptom followed by muscle aches (40%) .
BCSs with fatigue showed significant differences in total sleep time (TST) and wake episodes compared to BCSs without fatigue .
In conclusion, peak yield and total milk yield were negatively correlated with BCSs
and its change in mid- to late lactation in first-lactation cows, suggesting that cows with high levels of lactation have low body reserves and health status in mid- to late lactation and thus delayed recovery of body reserves.
CESR's recommendations follow a long and ongoing debate between brokers and exchanges -- primarily through the Federation of European Securities Exchange (FESE) -- on the disparities between the regulation of BCSs
versus exchanges and MTFs.
In summary, Jung's theory of psychological type, identified through the use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) [R] developed by Myers and Briggs (1975), is an appropriate theoretical framework for research to determine the classification of personality types among BCSs. Therefore, Jung's theory and the utilization of the MBTI, combined with a Likert Scale, are appropriate means of studying the relationship between subjects' personality types and their preferred business communication topics.
First, Form G of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) was administered to determine the personality type of the BCSs in the study.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the personality types of business communication students (BCSs) and their preferences for particular various business communication topics.