Volume 9 — October 18, 2012
Race/Ethnicity and Self-Reported Levels of Discrimination and Psychological Distress, California, 2005
|Levels of Discrimination|
|Racial/Ethnic Group||1 (Never)||2 (Rarely)||3 (Sometimes)||4 (Often)||5 (All the time)|
Figure. Predicted psychological distress by race/ethnicity and discrimination among California adults, California Health Interview Survey, 2005 (N = 26,291,280)), based on a multiple regression model with controls for age, sex, education level, employment status, self-reported general health status, nativity and citizenship status, English use and proficiency, ability to understand doctor at last visit, and geographic location.
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