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The Social Readjustment Rating Scale.
  • T. Holmes, R. Rahe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of psychosomatic research
  • 1 August 1967
IN PREVIOUS studies [l] it has been established that a cluster of social events requiring change in ongoing life adjustment is significantly associated with the time of illness onset. Similarly, theExpand
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Life changes scaling for the 1990s.
  • M. Miller, R. Rahe
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of psychosomatic research
  • 1 September 1997
Three decades ago, results from a proportionate scaling study of life change events was published in this journal. The events, listed by rank order of their mean life change values, comprised theExpand
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Life change and illness studies: past history and future directions.
A selected review of life changes and illness studies is presented which illustrates both the diversity of samples that have been tests in these studies and the generally positive results which haveExpand
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Epidemiological Studies of Life Change and Illness
  • R. Rahe
  • Medicine
  • International journal of psychiatry in medicine
  • 1 March 1975
Currently popular methodologies in life changes and illness research are presented in some detail. Selected examples of epidemiological studies utilizing these methodologies are briefly reviewed.Expand
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Life meaning: an important correlate of health in the hungarian population
One of the 5 coping scales in Rahe’s Brief Stress and Coping Inventory, entitled Life Meaning, was examined in relation to demographic characteristics, other coping measures, and health status in aExpand
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Sympathetic activity in alexithymics with mother's low care.
This study examines the relationships between alexithymic characteristics and their psychological factors (i.e., maternal closeness) and the sympathetic system in a sample of male college students.Expand
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The Brief Stress and Coping Inventory: A Useful Stress Management Instrument
The Brief Stress and Coping Inventory (BSCI) was designed to gather stress and coping information from an individual in 15 minutes, compared to a nearly 1-hour completion time required for the parentExpand
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Brief Group Therapy in Myocardial Infarction Rehabilitation: Three‐ to Four‐Year Follow‐Up of a Controlled Trial*
&NA; A trial of brief group therapy as part of a rehabilitation program for postmyocardial infarction (MI) patients was carried out. Forty‐four patients surviving their first MI were randomlyExpand
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