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|Alternative Title||Relationship between Pressure of Infertility Patients from Social Concern and Mental Health and Subjective Well-being:Moderating Effect of Tradition-modernity|
|王可欣1,2; 王可欣1; 周奕欣1,2; 王昊1,2; 霍凯芳2; 周明洁1|
Objective To explore relationship between pressure of infertility patients from social concern and mental health and subjective well- being: moderating effect of tradition- modernity. Methods 216 infertility patients,who received treatment in Outpatient of Reproductive Center of two first- class hospitals at grade three in Beijing from September to December in 2014, were investigated by questionnaire survey,216 questionnaires were distributed and 215 valid questionnaires were returned with an effective response rate of 99. 5%. The level of mental health of infertility patients was measured by Mental Health Index( MHI- 5); their subjective well- being was measured by using Satisfaction with Life Scale( SWLS); their tradition-modernity was measured by Tradition- Modernity Scale; their pressure brought by social concern was measured by Social Concern Dimension. Pearson correlation analysis was applied in correlation analysis; hierarchical regression analysis was used in influence factors analysis. Results The scores of 215 patients in mental health,subjective well- being,tradition- modernity,pressure brought by social concern were( 4. 4 ± 0. 9),( 4. 1 ± 1. 2),( 3. 6 ± 0. 7),( 3. 0 ± 0. 7) respectively. There was a linearly positive correlation between mental health scores and subjective well- being scores( r = 0. 208, P〈 0. 05), and a linearly negative correlation between mental health scores and pressure of social concern scores( r =- 0. 315,P〈 0. 05),but there was no linear correlation between mental health scores and tradition- modernity scores( r =- 0. 013,P〉 0. 05); subjective well-being scores was linearly and negatively correlated with scores of pressure brought by social concern( r =- 0. 272,P〈 0. 05),but not linearly correlated with tradition- modernity scores( r = 0. 094,P〉 0. 05); tradition- modernity scores and pressure brought by social concerns scores were not linearly correlated( r = 0. 105,P〉 0. 05). When the demographic variables were controlled,scores of pressure brought by social concern and interactive effects between scores of pressure brought by social concern and scores of tradition- modernity were the influencing factors of scores of mental health and subjective well- being( P 〈0. 05). The scores of mental health and subjective well- being among patients with low scores of tradition- modernity and high scores of pressure brought by social concern were the lowest; high scores of tradition- modernity eased the negative correlation between scores of pressure brought by social concern and scores of mental health and subjective well- being. Conclusion The greater social pressure the infertility patients can feel,the worse their mental health status is and the lower subjective well- being is. Tradition can relax the negative correlation between worry of patients in social concern and their mental health and subjective well- being.
|Keyword||不孕不育症 社会关注 心理健康 主观幸福感 传统-现代性|
|First Author Affilication||Key Laboratory of Mental Health, CAS|
|王可欣,王可欣,周奕欣,等. 不孕不育症患者社会关注带来的压力与心理健康和主观幸福感的关系及传统－现代性的调节作用研究[J]. 中国全科医学,2016,19(31):3861-3865.|
|MLA||王可欣,et al."不孕不育症患者社会关注带来的压力与心理健康和主观幸福感的关系及传统－现代性的调节作用研究".中国全科医学 19.31(2016):3861-3865.|
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