Mark Lattanzi

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The associations between marital relationships, as measured by the Ryle Marital Patterns Test, and symptoms of anxiety and depression as measured by the Interval General Health Questionnaire (I-GHQ), were assessed in 98 married couples in the community. Logistic regression analyses showed that symptoms of anxiety and depression in wives were best predicted(More)
The main aim of this study was to construct logistic models of emotional distress (defined as a GHQ-30 score of 6 or greater) in a community sample of 226 men and 225 women. The independent variables included were: sociodemographic characteristics, physical health status, social problems and undesirable life events. Univariate comparisons showed that in(More)
Thirty women admitted to hospital for cholecystectomy were compared with a healthy community control group. Univariate comparisons showed that patients had significantly more social problems, manifested greater psychological distress and reported poorer social support. Logistic multiple regression analysis indicated that patient status was best predicted by(More)
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