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How depression affects girls who experienced violence in home or at school: Using mixed model
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How depression affects girls who experienced violence in home or at school: Using mixed model
Min, Dae Kee; Choi, Mi Kyung;
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Depression is a mental symptoms that accompany psychological symptoms such as anxiety, gloom, a sense of failure, helplessness as well as a physical symptoms that shows in the adaption process of stress. Depression may result in cognitive, emotional, and behavioral disorders in accordance with individual experience. In particular, the depression when growing lowers the concentration on studies of children and adolescents and also increases the violence and interpersonal problems causes a serious loss to individuals and society. This study analyzed the longitudinal data using mixed models to investigate how depression affects girls who experienced violence in home or at school.
Covariance structure;fixed effects;mixed modeling;random effects;
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