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Mental Distress

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McGuire LC, Strine TW, Vachirasudlekha S, Anderson LA, Berry JT, Mokdad AH. Modifiable characteristics of a healthy lifestyle and chronic health conditions in older adults with or without serious psychological distress, 2007 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Int J Public Health 2009;54 Suppl 1:84-93. abstract

Elliott JO, Charyton C, Lu B, Moore JL. Serious psychological distress and health outcomes for persons with epilepsy in poverty. Seizure 2009;18(5):332-338. abstract

Shih M, Simon PA. Health-related quality of life among adults with serious psychological distress and chronic medical conditions. Qual Life Res 2008;Mar 26 [Epub ahead of print]. abstract

Barger SD, Burke SM, Limbert MJ. Do Induced Moods Really Influence Health Perceptions? Health Psychol 2007;26(1):85–95. abstract

Chaney EH, Chaney JD, Wang MQ, Eddy JM. Lifestyle behaviors and mental health of American adults. Psychol Rep 2007;100(1):294–302. abstract

Glover S, Elder K, Xirasagar S, Baek J-D, Piper C, and Campbell D. Disparities in mental health utilization among persons with chronic diseases. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice 2007;1(3):45–65. pdf [691K]

Jain S, Mills PJ, von Känel R, Hong S, Dimsdale JE. Effects of perceived stress and uplifts on inflammation and coagulability. Psychophysiology 2007;44(1):154–160. abstract

Mark TL, Shern DL, Bagalman JE, Cao Z. Ranking America's mental health: an analysis of depression across the states. Mental Health America 2007 (December 11):1–46. html pdf [278KB]

Reeve BB, Burke LB, Chiang YP, Clauser SB, Colpe LJ, Elias JW, Fleishman J, Hohmann AA, Johnson-Taylor WL, Lawrence W, Moy CS, Quatrano LA, Riley WT, Smothers BA, Werner EM. Enhancing measurement in health outcomes research supported by Agencies within the US Department of Health and Human Services. Qual Life Res 2007;16 Suppl 1:175–186. Epub 2007 May 26. abstract

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