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Stressful experiences in children and adolescents: initial report from the PSEI-NCPV Honolulu Study.

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Title: Stressful experiences in children and adolescents: initial report from the PSEI-NCPV Honolulu Study.
Authors: Bracha, H Stefan
Ralston, Tyler
Yamashita, Jennifer
Nelson, Gretchen
Lopez, Hassan H
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Issue Date: Mar 2003
Abstract: As part of a federal study on the biology of stress and resilience, a comprehensive, structured stress-history interview (PSEI-NCPV) was administered to 307 participants recruited in Honolulu. A moderate correlation between childhood stress and current depression was found. A relatively high rate of "severe bullying/hazing," and a high mean stress-intensity rating for "blood-drawing induced anxiety" call for further research.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/53643
ISSN: 0017-8594
Appears in Collections:Hawaii Medical Journal Articles For 2003



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