The Australian National Survey of Mental Health and Well-being: common psychological symptoms and disablement
Background: The mental health of populations can be represented by case prevalence rates and by symptom scales. Scales have the advantage of identifying sub-syndromal levels of distress, which may be common and associated with considerable disability. Aims: To examine the distribution of common psychological symptoms and associated disablement in the Australian population. Method: A household sample of 10 641 individuals representative of the adult population of Australia was interviewed using...[Show more]
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