Sense of coherence and school-related stress as predictors of subjective health complaints in early adolescence: interactive, indirect or direct relationships?

@article{Torsheim2001SenseOC,
  title={Sense of coherence and school-related stress as predictors of subjective health complaints in early adolescence: interactive, indirect or direct relationships?},
  author={Torbj{\o}rn Torsheim and Leif Edvard Aaroe and Bente Wold},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={53 5},
  pages={
          603-14
        }
}
The role of sense of coherence (SOC) on the relationship between adolescent school-related stress and subjective health complaints was tested with structural equation modelling. As part of the crossnational WHO-survey 'Health behaviour in school-aged children 1997/98' Norwegian representative samples of 1592 grade 6, 1534 grade 8, and 1605 grade 10 students completed measures on SOC, school-related stress and subjective health complaints. A test of nested structural models revealed that both… CONTINUE READING

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