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The Daily Hassles Scale (Revised): Does it Measure Stress or Symptoms?

The Daily Hassles Scale (Revised): Does it Measure Stress or Symptoms?,JEFFREY E. HOLM,KENNETII A. HOLROYD

The Daily Hassles Scale (Revised): Does it Measure Stress or Symptoms?   (Citations: 18)
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and attempted to clarify its relationship to measures of psychological and somatic symptoms. First, exploratory and conf11lIllltory factor analyses were conducted to identify and cross-validate a factor structure for the DHS-R. A second set of analyses was then used to examine the relationship between the DHS-R factors and psychological and somatic symptoms. Analyses suggested that a hierarchical factor structure comprised of seven primary and two higher­ order factors provides a useful framework for conceptualizing the DHS-R. The seven narrow-band, primary factors identified in this study emphasized different life domains (e.g., work, family), while the two broad-band, higher-order factors appeared to distinguish between overt, public events and covert, private experi­ ences. Subsequent analyses suggested that six of the seven DHS-R primary fac­ tors do not appear confounded with either psychological or somatic symptoms.
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