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Characteristics of People with the Perceived Stress in Croatia: the CroHort Study

Hana Fazlić
Ognjen Brborović
Tea Vukušić Rukavina
Kristina Fišter
Milan Milošević
Jadranka Mustajbegović


Puni tekst: engleski pdf 61 Kb

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str. 165-169

preuzimanja: 751

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Sažetak

This study aimed to assess levels of stress in Croatian adult population using PSS, in a population study (Croatian Adult Cohort Health Study – CroHort). Our results show that the levels of stress were 17.46 (SD=6.73) for men and 18.32 (SD=6.46) for women in Croatia. The lowest levels of stress experienced men living in urban area while women living in rural area had the highest level. Men and women who had university degree had significantly lower level of stress. The lowest levels of stress experienced participants who had much better financial condition than average. In men, stress was associated to weak heart, lower back pain, poor financial condition of the household and high alcohol consumption. In women, stress was associated to poor mental health, poor social functioning, poorer financial condition of the household, higher age, lower education, low monthly income of the household and poor general health.

Ključne riječi

CroHort study; stress; Perceived Stress Scale (PSS); SF-36

Hrčak ID:

75657

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/75657

Datum izdavanja:

2.1.2012.

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