Depression after spinal cord injury: Relation to gender, ethnicity, aging, and socioeconomic indicators

Short Title:
Depression after spinal cord injury: Relation to gender, ethnicity, aging, and socioeconomic indicators
Model System:
SCI
Reference Type:
Journal Article
Accession No.:
J40055.
Journal:
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Year, Volume, Issue, Page(s):
2000, vol. 81, issue 8, pp 1099-1109
Publication Website:
Abstract:
Study investigating the relation among aging, sex, ethnicity, socioeconomic indicators, and depressive symptoms after spinal cord injury (SCI). Participants were 1,391 individuals with SCI age > 18 who completed a demographic survey and the Older Adult Health and Mood Questionnaire. Results indicate that depressive symptoms are common following SCI and are related to aging, sex, ethnicity, education, and income.
Author(s):
Krause, J. S.; Kemp, B.; Coker, J.
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