A stressz és a coping-stratégiák hatása a kevert depresszív-szomatoform tünetek gyakoriságára hazai serdülocombining double acute accent populációban

Translated title of the contribution: The effect of stress and coping strategies on the frequency of mixed depressive-somatic symptoms in the Hungarian adolescent population

Bödecs Tamás, Cser Krisztina, Sándor János, Horváth Boldizsár

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The effects of stress, coping strategies, self-esteem and social support on the frequency of depressive-somatic complaints have been studied in the Hungarian teenage-adolescent population (14-18 yrs). Demographic variables were age and gender. Hypotheses: Higher stress level is associated with more depressive-somatoform complaints while the frequency of these complaints is reduced by the increasing levels of self-esteem, social support, and problem-solving coping approach. Methods: The whole population between 14-18 years (No. of students: 201) of a rural secondary school were approached to participate in our study. 183 of them (91%) answered our voluntary, anonymous, self-administered questionnaire. (97 girls, 86 boys). We utilized the Juhász Neurosis Scale (JPNS) to assess the frequency of depressive-somatoform complaints, the Rahe Brief Stress Inventory to assess stress-level, the Rosenberg, Caldwell, and Folkmann-Lazarus questionnaires to measure self-esteem, social support and the ways of coping. Associations between our dependent and independent variables were examined by uni- and multivariate linear regression while gender differences in our variables were assessed by one-way-ANOVA (SPSS 11.5). Results: Analysis of the frequency of depressive-somatic symptoms revealed that 22,1% of boys and 32% of girls had moderate, while 19,8% of boys and 36% of girls had severe somatoform-depressive disorders. Boys showed a higher level of self-esteem (29,94 vs. 27,09 p

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)63-76
Number of pages14
JournalMentalhigiene es Pszichoszomatika
Volume10
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2009

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A stressz és a coping-stratégiák hatása a kevert depresszív-szomatoform tünetek gyakoriságára hazai serdülocombining double acute accent populációban. / Tamás, Bödecs; Krisztina, Cser; János, Sándor; Boldizsár, Horváth.

In: Mentalhigiene es Pszichoszomatika, Vol. 10, No. 1, 03.2009, p. 63-76.

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