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Relationship between Quality of Life, Anxiety and Depression in Unilateral Hearing Loss

@inproceedings{etin2010RelationshipBQ,
  title={Relationship between Quality of Life, Anxiety and Depression in Unilateral Hearing Loss},
  author={Bilal Çetin and Faruk Uğuz and Murat Erdem and Altan Yildirim},
  year={2010}
}
  • Bilal Çetin, Faruk Uğuz, +1 author Altan Yildirim
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • Results: Hearing impaired patientsʼ QOL levels were significantly worse than the healthy reference groups in terms of physical, social, psychosocial aspects (p 0.05) and median age (p>0.05). Discussion and Conclusion: The patient groupʼs depression and anxiety levels were higher and their QOL level lower. Although hearing impairment exhibited a negative correlation with the levels of quality of life, anxiety, and depression, it showed no correlation with age, educational background, and level… CONTINUE READING

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