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A Clinical Study of Acute Low Back Pain Patients in Muscular Origin Through Symptom Check List-90-Revision(SCL-90-R) (급성 근육기인성 요배부 통증환자에 대한 간이정신진단검사를 통한 고찰)

  • Lee, Kang-Su
    • The Journal of Korea CHUNA Manual Medicine for Spine and Nerves
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.1-14
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    • 2006
  • Objectives : The causative pathology of acute muscular pain cannot be defined in many patients. To evaluate the relations between mental state and acute muscular pain patients, the author surveyed symptom check list-90-Revision(SCL-90-R) in patients with acute muscular pain. Materials and Methods : From November 2004 to June 2005, a questionnaire including SCL-90-R was given to patients(52 persons) who visited our department for acute(<7days)muscular pain of neck(22 persons) or low back(30 persons). Fifty two patients(30 male, 22 female) completed SCL-90-R Results : 1. Mean values of T-scores on all 9 basic scales in the patients groups were within normal range. but T-scores SOM in the patients groups were significantly very higher than those in Normal groups(p<0.01). 2. The T-scores of SOM In low back pain patients were significantly higher than those in Normal groups(p<0.05). 3. There was no significant difference in all scales between acute muscular pain and L-spine HIVD patients groups. 4. There was no significant difference in all scales between acute muscular pain and general back pain patients groups. 5. There was no significant difference in all scales between male and female in the patients groups. Conclusion : It is concerned between T-scores on all 9 bas κ scales of SCL-90-R and acute muscular pain. Especially acute muscular pain of back has a relation to somatization of T-scores on all 9 basic scales of SCL-90-R.

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Psychological Factors of High School Girl Students on Drug Use (여고생의 약품사용과 심리적 특성)

  • Jeon, Suk-Za;Park, Young-Soo
    • The Journal of Korean Society for School & Community Health Education
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.45-59
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    • 2000
  • This study was designed to figure out current situation of use of non prescription drugs and psychological factors of high school girl students on drug use, and conducted from Nov. 1 through Nov. 20. 1998. 536 girl students were randomly selected for this study. Symptom Check list-90-Revision questionnaires used for interview. The data obtained were analyzed by SAS program. The results are as follows: 1. 94.8% of students had experiences of using more than one kind of drug; lenitive(57.8%), digestant(74.1%), remedy for colds(84.9%), antibiotic(9.3%), stimulant(3.2%) remedy for constipation(22.4%). 2. Students had experiences of using non prescription drug, lenitive(88.1%), digestant(91.7%), remedy for colds(57.4%), antibiotic(58.0%), stimulant(88.2%) remedy for constipation(88.3%) 3. 19.4% of students had experiences using drugs more than one time a week and 23.5% of students experienced tolerance, prescription group(11.1%) and non prescription group(88.9%) and 21.4% of students were keeping some medicine who experienced tolerance. 4. The scores of Symptom Check list-90-Revision of students' were higher than Kim's standard group and the psychological states were worse than Kim's standard group. 5. There were significant differences among groups(no use of drug, use of less than three kinds of drugs, use of more than three kinds of drugs) in Symptom Dimension without Paranoid Ideation and Phobic Anxiety and between using group and non using group of drug in Psychological factors on Drug use by lenitive, antibiotic, and stimulant.

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Stress and Psychological Status between a Stroke and a Fracture Patient's Caregivers (뇌졸중환자와 골절환자 보호자의 스트레스 및 심리상태)

  • Jung, Jaehun
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.213-222
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    • 2019
  • Purpose : The purpose of this study was to compare stress and psychological status between a stroke and a fracture patient's caregivers. Methods : Data was collected from September to December 2018 and participants of this study were 60 stroke and 61 fracture patient's caregivers. Stress was evaluated with the Global Assessment of Recent Stress scale-Korean Version and psychological status was measured with the Symptom check List-90-Revision. Results : The stroke patient's caregivers scored significantly higher than the fracture patient's caregivers in stress relevant to interpersonal, change in relationship, sickness or injury, financial, change/no change in routine (p<.05). The stroke patient's caregivers scored significantly higher in somatization, interpersonal sensitivity, depression, anxiety, paranoid ideation, and psychoticism than the fracture patient's caregivers (p<.05). Conclusion : It was found that the severity of mental health in the stroke patient's caregivers is necessary to develop a customized mental health improvement program for stroke patient's caregivers.

A Study on the Symptom of Temporomandibular disorder(TMD) and the Relationship with the Psychological Character using Symptom Check List-90-Revision(SCL-90-R) (간이정신진단검사(SCL-90-R)를 이용한 측두하악장애 증상과 심리특성과의 관계 연구)

  • Lee, Tae-Yong;Kim, Jung Suk;Lee, Hye-Eun
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.371-379
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    • 2015
  • This study examined the symptoms of temporomandibular disorder and the relationship with the psychological character using Symptom Check List-90-Revision (SCL-90-R). The self-administered questionnaire survey was implemented from March 1, 2014 to June 30, 2014 targeting 294 University Students in Daejeon and Gangwon area aged 20-31 years old (Men 140 persons, Women 54 persons). The data showed that the teeth grinding and the unilateral chewing out of corrupt practices in the mouth in relation to the use of the lower jaw showed a significant correlation (p<0.01) with the depth of symptoms of temporomandibular disorder, as the result of the simple psychodiagnosis inspection (SCL-90-R), and a significant correlation (p<0.05) with the depth of symptoms of temporomandibular disorder in the item excluding phobic anxiety (PHOB). The somatization (SOM) criteria out of individual psychological characteristic appeared to have the significant plus (+) effect on the depth of symptoms of temporomandibular disorder as a result of implementing multiple regression analysis by controlling the individual characteristic variables to check the influence of the psychological character of the study object on the symptom of temporomandibular disorder.

Test Anxiety Investigation of Students in Oriental Medicine College by Using Korea's version-Test Anxiey Inventory, State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, Symptom Check List-90-Revision (시험불안척도, 상태-특성불안 척도, 간이정신진단검사를 이용한 한의학과 대학생의 시험불안 특성)

  • Yang, Dong-Ho;Oh, Young-Jin;Cheun, Young-Ho;Cho, Youn-Song;Oh, Kyong-Min;Kim, Bo-Kyung
    • Journal of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
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    • v.19 no.1
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    • pp.55-70
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    • 2008
  • Objective : The aim of this study is to investigate and measure the Test-anxiety of college students in OO Oriental Medicine by using Korea's version-Test Anxiey Inventory(K-TAI-K), State-Trait Anxiety Inventory(STAI), Symptom Check List-90-Revision(SCL-90-R), etc. Methods : We studied 181 students who being at OO College of Oriental Medicine in second semester, 2007 We used some questionaries like K-TAI-K, STAI, SCL-90-R , College Life Satisfacaion, Life Event Questionnaire. Results and Conclusions : 1.141 persons(83,43%) of students feel the largest test anxiety before test. 18 persons(9.94%) of students feel the largest test anxiety after test. 2.The 1st grade students of preparatory course and 4th grade students of regular course have the lowest score in State Anxiety Inventory and obsessive-compulsive of SCL-90-R. The 2nd grade students of regular course have the lowest score in State Anxiety Inventory and obsessive-compulsive of SCL-90-R 3. Students who failed in test one time have the lowest score , and who failed in test more than two times have the highest score in K-TAl-K Students who failed one time in grade promotion more than two times showed high score in second K-TAI-K. 4. The higher grade, the lower score in College Life Satisfaction. The scores of College Life Satisfaction have negative correlations with those of K-TAI-K, STAI SCL-90-R except phobic anxiety, 5. The scores of Life Event Questionnaire have positive correlations with those of K-TAI-K, STAI and SCL-90-R except phobic anxiety. 6. The scores of K-TAl-K have positive correlations with those of STAI, SCL-90-R, College Life Satisfaction and Life Event Questionnaire. A correlation coefficient of obsessive-compulsive scale is highest, anxiety scale is second, interpersonal sensitivity scale is third, depression scale is fourth high among the scales of SCL-90-R.

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A Clinical Study and an analysis of Symptom Check List-90-Revision on Psychiatric Patients Visiting the Emergency Room in an Oriental Medicine Hospital (한방병원 응급실에 내원한 신경정신과 환자의 임상고찰 및 SCL-90-R에 의한 특성)

  • Park, Ji-Un;Jung, In-Chul;Lee, Sang-Ryong;Choi, Bo-Yun
    • Journal of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.155-167
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    • 2003
  • Objective : The aims of this study were to show the clinical aspects and to investigate psychiatric traits by SCL-90-R in patients who visited Oriental Medicine Hospital Emergency Room. Method : We studied twenty patients who visited Daejeon University Oriental Medicine Hospital from May, 2003 to September, 2003. Results : 1. The ratio of male to female patients was 1:3 and age distribution was most frequent in 30s&40s. 2. The most frequent cause of illness was stress in occupation and overwork. The greater part of patients came to hospital in 12hours after an attack. 3. In chief problem, somatic symptoms such as headache, dizziness, numbness and chest discomfort were most frequent. In diagnosis, somatization disorder was most frequent. 4. After treatment, most of symptoms were improved. 5. Psychiatric traits by SCL-90-R correlated with somatization and anxiety.

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A Study on Psychological Symptoms and Nutritional Status of Diabetic Patients (당뇨환자의 심리증상과 영양상태에 관한 연구)

  • 문수재
    • Journal of Nutrition and Health
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    • v.27 no.2
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    • pp.172-180
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    • 1994
  • This study showed the psychological symptoms, nutritional status and eating behaviors of diabetic patients. General informations on subjects nutritional status were collected by questionnaire, whereas Symptom Check List-90-Revision(SCL-90R) was used for gathering the data related to psychological problem. 34 diabetics in the hospital, aged 49$\pm$10.5 years old, were chosen as the subjects of this study. Their average height was 162.3$\pm$9.4cm and weight was 57.0$\pm$9.5kg. The average period of their suffering from DM was 54.1 weeks. Among, the subjects, 71.0% adapted diet therapy for their disease, whereas 36.7% and 40.7% did diabetic drugs and daily exercise like walking and jogging, respectively, Among 9 psychological symptoms observed, the scores of somatization, depression, anxiety, phobic anxiety and psychoticism were higher than the standard score, however they were not statistically significant. The score of paranoid ideation was lower than standard score. It was statistically significant. As the measure of their clinical status, BMI(body mass index), PIBW(percent ideal body weight) and fasting blood sugar(FBS) were selected 21.6$\pm$2.8, 102.4$\pm$14.8% and 207.8$\pm$19.9mg/이 respectively. The somatization was significantly correlated with subjects duration of DM. Subjects with psychological problems showed wrong eating behaviors. The fasting blood sugar was significantly correlated with the level of depression.

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Mental Health and its Correlates of Marriage-Migrant Women in a City (도시거주 결혼이민여성의 정신건강 현황과 영향 요인)

  • Park, Subin;Yong, Hyo Joong;Hong, Jin Pyo
    • Anxiety and mood
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.26-32
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    • 2015
  • Objective : The objective of this study was to examine the mental health status and its correlates of the marriage-migrant women in Seoul, Korea. Methods : One hundred and seventy marriage-migrant women and one hundred and sixteen married Korean women were recruited from community to complete Symptom Check List-90-Revision (SCL-90-R). Marriage-migrant women were also asked for their socio-demographic factors, acculturative stress, family-relationship stress, and social support. The scores on the SCL-90-R were compared between marriage-migrant women and married Korean women, and the correlates of marriage-migrant women's mental health were investigated. Results : Compared to married Korean women, marriage-migrant women showed lower levels of mental health problems including somatization, obsession-compulsion, interpersonal sensitivity, depression, anxiety, hostility, paranoid ideation, and psychoticism. Longer length of residence in Korea, lower family income, social support, higher acculturation stress, and family relationship stress were all associated with mental health problems of marriage-migrant women Results : Our results suggest that mental health of marriage-migrant women is not necessarily bad, and several factors may affect their mental health. However, further studies are required in a larger representative sample to confirm the study findings.

Anxiety, Depression and Uncertainty in Cancer Patients Participating in Clinical Trial of Anticancer Drugs (항암제 임상시험에 참여 중인 암 환자의 불안, 우울과 불확실성)

  • Kim, Haejin;Yi, Myungsun
    • Korean Journal of Adult Nursing
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.53-61
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    • 2013
  • Purpose: The purpose of the study was to identify the levels of anxiety, depression and uncertainty of patients who participated in the clinical trials for anticancer drug, and to identify correlations among these variables. Methods: Cross-sectional survey used the Symptom Check List-90-Revision and the Mishel Uncertainty in Illness Scale from 106 subjects in 2011. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficients. Results: The mean score of anxiety was 2.06, that of depression 2.35, and that of uncertainty 2.61. Anxiety and depression (r=.70), anxiety and uncertainty (r=.44), depression and uncertainty (r=.60) were significantly correlated each other. The levels of anxiety, depression and uncertainty were different in various characteristics of the subjects, such as education, recurrence, and economic burden. Conclusion: The results of the study indicate that when implementing psychosocial interventions for cancer patients who participate in clinical trial, factors such as education, economic burden, and recurrence should be integrated into the intervention. Further studies applying theoretical model would be helpful to identify directional relationships among the variables that are important in psychosocial well-being of cancer patients undergoing clinical trial.

Anger Expression Type and Mental Health in Middle Aged Women (중년여성의 분노표현 유형과 정신건강)

  • Choi, Il-Rim
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.39 no.4
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    • pp.602-612
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    • 2009
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify type of anger expression and mental health in middle aged women. Methods: From August to October 2005, survey data were collected by using the State Trait Anger Expression Inventory and Symptom Check List-90-Revision (SCL). Participants (1,442) were classified into four types of anger expression by K-mean cluster analysis. For collecting interview data for content analysis, 18 participants (4-5 participants from each type of anger expression) were recruited. The interview data were collected between March and September 2006. Results: The average score of the state anger of middle-aged women was 11.95, and that of the trait anger was 18.75. The average anger expression scores were 12.72 for Anger-In, 13.45 for Anger-Out, and 18.51 for Anger-Control. The average SCL scores were 45.03 for somatization, 42.23 for obsessive-compulsiveness, 42.44 for interpersonal sensitivity, 42.45 for depression, 42.40 for anxiety, 42.62 for hostility, 44.44 for phobic anxiety, 43.65 for paranoid ideation, and 43.08 for psychoticism. The anger expression types identified in this study were 1) anger-out in secret, 2) anger-control with a patience, 3) anger-out with suppression, and 4) low anger expression type. The psychosomatic symptom scores were the highest in type III (anger-out with suppression), and the lowest in type IV (low anger expression type). Conclusion: This study can be helpful in assisting middle aged women to control their anger effectively and may contribute to the improvement of their mental health.