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Title: MENTAL HEALTH AND SOCIAL SUPPORT/STRESS : MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS ISSUES
Authors: Uemura, Takahiro
Issue Date: 20-Sep-2001
Publisher: 立正大学文学部
Abstract: This article deals with some methodological considerations that involve the causes, mediators, and consequences of the stress process. Concerned with the validity of empirical results and the logic of theoretical reasoning behind them, the article articulates a modified validity (MV) requirement and conditions for achieving it in a specific relational setting. By treating measurement and analysis as an integral topic and utilizing the Chen Approaches to Unidimensionalized Scaling (CAUS), a multiple and systematic approach to measurement effectiveness (ME) is illustrated with the use of empirical data. The relationship among stress, social support, and health-related constructs (e. g., functioning, well-being, quality of life, and depression as a specific mental health condition) is also clarified.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/4534
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