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DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 32
Sources of Stress Scales
analyses APPENDIX Cleary and Kessler coefficients COMBINATIONS OF LEVELS Dependent Variable Depression Independent Variables difference in intercept DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS dissatisfaction and depression dissatisfaction and low dissatisfaction and social DUMMY VARIABLES entries estimating equations events and social examine our data group with high group with low high job dissatisfaction high social support hypotheses index ranged intercept differences Item Wording LaRocco LEVELS OF LOSS low social support lowest observed score measures of sources measures of variables MULTIPLE REGRESSION multiplied by 400 named group non-zero point indices Paykel Pearlin point and social problems REGRESSION OF DEPRESSION relationship between sources relative ranges sample significant interaction effects significant main effects slash refer social support group social support measure sources of stress stress and depression stress and social stressful experiences support and depression SUPPORT AND DUMMY Table type of stress UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON VARIABLES FOR GROUPS variables involved Wording and Content zero and non-zero