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    Title: A meta-analysis of the association between stress and health in Taiwan.
    Authors: 林耀盛
    Contributors: 心理系
    Date: 2007.06
    Issue Date: 2014-07-17 17:41:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study adopted the meta-analysis technique to analyze 354 journal articles, theses, and dissertations that had investigated the association between stress and health in Taiwan between January 1980 and December 2003. This study was conducted with the purpose of understanding the association between general stress and general health, the discrepant associations between different stress types and health facets, and the possible moderators between general stress and general health. A computer search for relevant studies was conducted on several databases using the key words "stress" and "life event". For each eligible study, the important study characteristics were recorded, and the effect sizes of the relationship between stress and health were computed. Furthermore, in order to investigate the moderating effects of the study characteristics on the stress-health relationship, the methods of categorical model analysis and correlation analysis were employed. The results of this study revealed that: (1) the correlations between general stress and general health as well as between general stress and various health facets fell between medium and high; (2) there existed different degrees of association between various stress types and health facets; and (3) none of the demographic and methodologic variables could by itself moderate the relationship between general stress and general health as the moderator effects were not sufficient and strong enough. This study presents a multidimensional framework of the issues on the relationship between stress and health, and it provides guiding references for future research. No evidence was found for moderating effects of social support, coping strategies, and personality traits on the stress-health relationship. Such findings may be due to methodologic limitations. This suggests that further investigation is needed.
    Relation: 高雄醫學大學醫學科學雜誌,23(6),287-97
    Data Type: article
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