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Main and Interactive Effects of Diabetes Distress and Stress from Life Events on Overall Psychological Distress

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Main and Interactive Effects of Diabetes Distress and Stress from Life Events on Overall Psychological Distress
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Westley
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Kiersten V.
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Public Policy and Administration, Rutgers University
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August
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Kristin J.
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Psychology (Camden), Rutgers University
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Alger
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Madeliene R.
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Psycholocy (Camden), Rutgers University
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Markey
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Charlotte N.
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Psychology (Camden), Rutgers University
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Public Policy and Administration
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Camden College of Arts and Sciences
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Psychology (Camden)
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2018
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This study sought to extend previous research by examining rates of three different types of diabetes distress, and whether stress from life events amplified the association between diabetes distress and overall psychological distress in a community-based sample of 119 middle-aged and older adults with type 2 diabetes. Consistent with past research, individuals experienced a moderate level of diabetes distress. However, only some types of diabetes distress were associated with depressive symptoms, independent of stressful life events, whereas all types of diabetes distress were only related to anxious symptoms when stress from life events was also high.
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English
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Diabetes
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Distress
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Stressful life events
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Anxiety
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Depression
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Journal of Health Psychology
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NSF RU FAIR ADVANCE
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Kristin August
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August, Kristin J.
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doi:10.7282/T3W380T0
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Westley, Kiersten V.
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Alger, Madeliene R.
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Markey, Charlotte N.
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