Loneliness, duration of loneliness, and reported stress symptomatology.

@article{Deberard1995LonelinessDO,
  title={Loneliness, duration of loneliness, and reported stress symptomatology.},
  author={Michael Scott Deberard and R A Kleinknecht},
  journal={Psychological reports},
  year={1995},
  volume={76 3 Pt 2},
  pages={1363-9}
}
The correlations between intensity of loneliness, duration of loneliness, and reported psychological and somatic stress symptoms were examined in 195 undergraduate students (100 women and 95 men). Analysis indicated that intensity and duration of loneliness were significantly correlated and both were also significantly positively correlated with subjects' reported psychological and somatic stress symptoms. In a forced-entry multiple regression equation predicting over-all stress symptomatology… CONTINUE READING