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(Support) research has demonstrated a strong relationship between what?

Hassles and negative health effects

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(Support) Bouteyre studied how many French students as they did what?

233
As they moved from school to university

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(Support) Bouteyre found how many of the sample of the students suffered depressive symptoms?

41%

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(Support) Boutleyre a significant risk factor for depressive symptoms was what?

Daily hassles the students experienced

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(Support) there is evidence of what type of response to daily hassles?

Biological

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(Support) Sher found daily hassles correlated with increase in levels of what?

Cortisol in healthy individuals

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(Support) Sher - daily hassles contributed to development of what?

Depression in vulnerable individuals

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(Support) it may be the biological response which links daily hassles to what?

Illness and negative effects

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(Age differences) some research looks at changes in daily hassles across what?

Persons lifespan

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(Age differences) aldwin et al looked at data from how many participants in what type of study?

1389 male participants aged 48 - 101
Longitudinal study

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(Age differences) Aldwin - between the ages of 48 & 70 participants experienced what?

Fewer hassles
They were more settled and used to dealing with situations

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(Age differences) Aldwin - as participants aged they showed what?

Increase in number of hassles
Decrease in number of uplifts

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(Age differences) Aldwin - as participants aged hassles they experienced seemed to have what?

Greater impact

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(Age differences) Aldwins research suggests what happens to people's ability to deal with stress as they age?

It improves

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(Age differences) Aldwins research suggests as new issues emerge in old age what can happen?

They can be harder to deal with

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(Age differences) harder to deal with hassles and fewer uplifts may lead to what?

Stress

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(Psychiatric problems not hassles) what may scales measure rather than daily hassles?

Psychiatric problems

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(Psychiatric problems not hassles) Dohrenwend questioned the use of the hassles scale to predict what?

Health

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(Psychiatric problems not hassles) Dohrenwend asked 371 clinical psychologists to asses what?

Instruments such as the HSUP scale

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(Psychiatric problems not hassles) Dohrenwend - the clinical psychologists found overlap between what?

Items on the scale and symptoms in psychological disorders

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(Psychiatric problems not hassles) e.g. Lack of sleep is considered a hassle but insomnia is a symptom of what?

Depression

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(Psychiatric problems not hassles) a person may score high on the hassle scale due to what?

Then having symptoms of psychological disorders

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(Psychiatric problems not hassles) therefore it is not a surprise that a correlation is found between what?

Hassles and psychological problems

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(Self report issues) using questionnaires to assess hassles overtime raises issues of what?

Social desirability bias

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(Self report issues) hassles are viewed as what?

Negative

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(Self report issues) as hassles are negative people may be reluctant to do what?

Admit to experiencing themes

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(Self report issues) which hassles in particular might be people be reluctant to admitting?

Those relating to social relationships such as arguing with family

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(Self report issues) the issue of social desirability is confounded by what?

Issue of response options

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(Self report issues) the HSUP doesn't allow people to select anything below what?

Somewhat severe for each event

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(Self report issues) people are not able to indicate they experienced a hassle but were not what?

Affected by it

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(Self report issues) there are differences in individuals what? Which the scale doesn't account for

Perceptions and responses to hassles

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