[Are urban dwellers more depressed and anxious than the rural population? Results of a representative survey].

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This study investigates the association between urbanicity and mental health in the general population. We conducted a representative survey (N = 5,036) measuring depression (PHQ-2), anxiety (GAD-2) as well as life satisfaction (FLZM). Results support the assumption that the prevalence rate for pathological scores of depression and anxiety are higher in… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0033-1341469

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@article{Daig2013AreUD, title={[Are urban dwellers more depressed and anxious than the rural population? Results of a representative survey].}, author={Isolde Daig and A. Hinz and Alexander Spauschus and Oliver Decker and Elmar Br{\"a}hler}, journal={Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, medizinische Psychologie}, year={2013}, volume={63 11}, pages={445-54} }