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Stressful Experiences in Children and Adolescents: Initial Report from the PSEI-NCPV Honolulu Study

Bracha, Dr. Stefan and Ralston, Tyler and Yamashita, Jennifer and Nelson, Gretchen and Lopez, Dr. Hassen H. and Cummings, Dr. Tomas (2003) Stressful Experiences in Children and Adolescents: Initial Report from the PSEI-NCPV Honolulu Study. [Journal (Paginated)]

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Abstract

As part of a federal study of the biology of stress and resilience, a comprehensive, structured stress-history interview (PSEI-NCPV) was administered to 307 participants recruited in Honolulu. A moderate correlation between childhood stress and current depression was found. A relatively high rate of "severe bullying/hazing," and a high mean stress-intensity reating for "blood-drawing induced anxiety" call for further research.

Item Type:Journal (Paginated)
Keywords:stress, Honolulu, biologicl markers
Subjects:Psychology > Clinical Psychology
ID Code:5047
Deposited By:Bracha, Stefan
Deposited On:06 Aug 2006
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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