Jessica V Ginting

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Although research has consistently demonstrated an association between depression and negative marital interactions, it remains unclear whether marital behaviors are specifically associated with depression, above and beyond the effects of a troubled marital relationship. Past research investigating this question has produced inconsistent results. In the(More)
OBJECTIVE • To examine whether spousal responses to patient pain would alter the association between pain and patient health-related quality of life (HRQL), depression and disability. METHODS • Ninety-six women with IC/PBlS (mean age = 50.6 (13.8); mean time since diagnosis = 6.2 years) completed questionnaires on demographics, depressive symptoms (Center(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine changes in the association between pain and patient quality of life (QoL), depressive symptoms, and disability in men with chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) at varying levels of spouse responses to pain. MATERIAL AND METHODS One-hundred eighty-eight men with CP/CPPS completed a questionnaire, including(More)
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