Americans view their mental health, 1976
Joseph Veroff, Elizabeth Ann Malcolm Douvan, Richard A. Kulka, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, Jan 1, 1982 - Psychology - 791 pages
Data from a survey designed to assess American adults' evaluations of their mental health, patterns of coping with problems, and environmental adjustment behavior. Various areas of focus include: marriage, parenthood, employment; past and present physical and mental health; and motives for affiliation, achievement, and power.
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1st Mention 2-5 in reference 2nd Mention 9 REF adult listed apos bad happen category 20 9 Cheered or Comforted child mentioned codable CONTINUED DATA CODES REF data collection DK 9 EEEB feel Fifth Person further mention further persons mentioned further professionals mentioned gone for professional haBe happy he/she husband/wife ICPSR Edition ICPSR has attached identification number Inap institutions mentioned INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT list is checked LOC 1 WIDTH marriage MISSING DATA CODES negative never been married NOTE(S NUMBER NO MISSING ORDER OF MENTION presently married PROBE FOR FULL problems professional help R's response R's spouse reference 131 reference 310 reference 532 reference 621 relationship second mention select category 20 SEX AS RESPONDENT Sixth Professional someone source of help specific Summary unhappy WIDTH 1 DK WIDTH 1 MD=0 worry XNGS