Stressful life events and current psychological distress are associated with self-reported hypertension but not with true hypertension: results from a cross-sectional population-based study
- Childhood victimisation and developmental expression of non-clinical delusional ideation and hallucinatory experiences. Lataster, Tineke; Os, Jim; Drukker, Marjan; Henquet, C�cile; Feron, Frans; Gunther, Nicole; Myin-Germeys, Inez // Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology;Jun2006, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p423
Background Victimisation in childhood may be associated with adult psychosis. The current study examined this association in the crucial developmental period of early adolescence and investigated whether (1) unwanted sexual experiences, and (2) being bullied, were associated with non-clinical...
- TRUE GRIT. Foley, Denise // Prevention;Dec2013, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p114
The article suggests three ways for keeping true girt and positive attitude towards life including building a habit of being thankful for good fortune, finding thoughts of gratitude to the stressful events and learning lesson gained from sorrow, tragedy and loss.
- "THE DAY MY LIFE CHANGED" Schwartz, Alyssa // Glamour;Feb2009, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p126
The article presents quotations in which people discuss life changing events.
- Components of Self-Complexity as Buffers for Depressed Mood. Brown, Gary; Rafaeli, Eshkol // Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy;Winter2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p310
The self-complexity model (Linville, 1987) predicts that individuals who have numerous self-aspects with little overlap among them will be buffered against the effects of stressful life events and will experience less depression. Despite some evidence to this effect, many replication attempts...
- Here's How to Navigate Life's Transitions. Roper, Doris // San Diego Business Journal;5/4/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p39
In this article the author offers tips on how to navigate the transitions in life based on her experience. According to her, she wrote a book entitled "Wake Up Your Life!. She suggests it is better to forget rejection and to think redirection when depressed. Her further suggestions include...
- THE RELATIONSHIP OF VOICE STRESS, ANXIETY, AND DEPRESSION TO LIFE EVENTS AND PERSONAL STYLE VARIABLES. Long, Gary T. // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal;1988, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p133
Two studies of the relationships between environmental events, personal style variables and reaction stales were described. In study one the correlations between life events, state anxiety, trait anxiety, and voice stress were measured in 32 male and 32 female subjects. For males there was a...
- Categories of Depression: Reported Life Events in a Controlled Design. Brugha, Traolach S.; Conroy, Ronan // British Journal of Psychiatry;Dec85, Vol. 147, p641
In a case control study, 32 onset cases of depression, separated into PSE-CATEGO Categories N and R, were compared with individually matched symptom free general practice attenders. Combining both categories of depressives together a significantly greater number reported an Undesirable Life...
- Development and validation of the stressful life event questionnaire. Roohafza, Hamidreza; Ramezani, Mohammadarash; Sadeghi, Masoumeh; Shahnam, Maryam; Zolfagari, Behzad; Sarafzadegan, Nizal // International Journal of Public Health;Aug2011, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p441
Objectives: This study evaluates the development of the stressful life event (SLE) questionnaire and tests the validity and reliability of it. Method: In total, 3,951 adults aged over 18 years completed the SLE questionnaire. The General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12) was used to further validate...
- Finding the stress-gut connection. // Wellness Options;2006, Issue 25, p10
Discusses research being done on the relation of gut dysfunction and diseases to stress and early life events. Diseases induced by stress; Effect of early life trauma on the clinical course of intestinal disorders.