All Relations between Depression and life satisfaction

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So Sato, Yusuke Sasabuchi, Akira Okada, Hideo Yasunag. Usability of the Japanese Late-Stage Elderly Questionnaire for screening major depression. Psychogeriatrics : the official journal of the Japanese Psychogeriatric Society. 2024-06-05. PMID:38837519. it comprises one specific question to gauge life satisfaction, but the effectiveness of this question to screen for major depression remains unclear. 2024-06-05 2024-06-08 Not clear
Mariola Głowacka, Natalia Przybyła, Marzena Humańska, Maciej Kornatowsk. Depression and anxiety as predictors of performance status and life satisfaction in older adult neurological patients: a cross-sectional cohort study. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 15. 2024-06-04. PMID:38832331. depression and anxiety as predictors of performance status and life satisfaction in older adult neurological patients: a cross-sectional cohort study. 2024-06-04 2024-06-06 Not clear
Fryderyka Wicherkiewicz, Małgorzata Gambi. Relations Between Social Camouflaging, Life Satisfaction, and Depression Among Polish Women with ADHD. Journal of autism and developmental disorders. 2024-05-29. PMID:38809476. relations between social camouflaging, life satisfaction, and depression among polish women with adhd. 2024-05-29 2024-06-03 Not clear
Fryderyka Wicherkiewicz, Małgorzata Gambi. Relations Between Social Camouflaging, Life Satisfaction, and Depression Among Polish Women with ADHD. Journal of autism and developmental disorders. 2024-05-29. PMID:38809476. this study investigated the relationship between social camouflaging, life satisfaction, and depression symptoms in polish women with adhd. 2024-05-29 2024-06-03 Not clear
Shubham Ranjan, Ramna Thaku. The effect of socioeconomic status, depression, and diabetes symptoms severity on diabetes patient's life satisfaction in India. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-05-28. PMID:38806560. results revealed that socioeconomic status, depression and diabetes symptoms severity significantly influence the life satisfaction of diabetes patients. 2024-05-28 2024-06-02 Not clear
Shubham Ranjan, Ramna Thaku. The effect of socioeconomic status, depression, and diabetes symptoms severity on diabetes patient's life satisfaction in India. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-05-28. PMID:38806560. a 1% drop in diabetes symptoms severity corresponds to a 0.849% increase in life satisfaction, whereas a 1% decrease in depression results in a 0.898% increase in life satisfaction. 2024-05-28 2024-06-02 Not clear
Shubham Ranjan, Ramna Thaku. The effect of socioeconomic status, depression, and diabetes symptoms severity on diabetes patient's life satisfaction in India. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-05-28. PMID:38806560. women reported higher diabetes symptoms severity and depression than men, resulting in lower life satisfaction. 2024-05-28 2024-06-02 Not clear
Shubham Ranjan, Ramna Thaku. The effect of socioeconomic status, depression, and diabetes symptoms severity on diabetes patient's life satisfaction in India. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-05-28. PMID:38806560. an experimental evaluation of the effects of socioeconomic status, depression and diabetes symptoms severity, and numerous demographic factors on life satisfaction was reported. 2024-05-28 2024-06-02 Not clear
Junmei Xiong, Xuebing Fang, Jiawei Wang, Weiwei Xie, Meiqi Liu, Gengfeng Ni. Family cumulative risk, life satisfaction, and anxiety and depression in adolescents: A developmental cascades model. Journal of adolescence. 2024-05-24. PMID:38783637. family cumulative risk, life satisfaction, and anxiety and depression in adolescents: a developmental cascades model. 2024-05-24 2024-05-27 Not clear
Junmei Xiong, Xuebing Fang, Jiawei Wang, Weiwei Xie, Meiqi Liu, Gengfeng Ni. Family cumulative risk, life satisfaction, and anxiety and depression in adolescents: A developmental cascades model. Journal of adolescence. 2024-05-24. PMID:38783637. to identify the interplay between family adversity (fcr, process-related fcr, and sociodemographic-related fcr), life satisfaction (ls), and anxiety and depression (ad), this study examined the cascade effects among these constructs. 2024-05-24 2024-05-27 Not clear
Gui-Fang Chen, Ye-Ping Zhang, Zhi-Jie Wei, Xin-Lan Zhang, Jun Liu, Juan Peng, Zu-Cai Xu, Chang-Yin Yu, Jun Zhan. The mediating role of anxiety and depression in the relationship between coping styles and life satisfaction among frontline medical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study. Ibrain. vol 9. issue 4. 2024-04-29. PMID:38680510. the mediating role of anxiety and depression in the relationship between coping styles and life satisfaction among frontline medical workers during the covid-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study. 2024-04-29 2024-05-01 human
Gui-Fang Chen, Ye-Ping Zhang, Zhi-Jie Wei, Xin-Lan Zhang, Jun Liu, Juan Peng, Zu-Cai Xu, Chang-Yin Yu, Jun Zhan. The mediating role of anxiety and depression in the relationship between coping styles and life satisfaction among frontline medical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study. Ibrain. vol 9. issue 4. 2024-04-29. PMID:38680510. this study aimed to examine the mediating role of anxiety and depression in the relationship between coping styles and life satisfaction among frontline medical workers during the covid-19 pandemic. 2024-04-29 2024-05-01 human
Gui-Fang Chen, Ye-Ping Zhang, Zhi-Jie Wei, Xin-Lan Zhang, Jun Liu, Juan Peng, Zu-Cai Xu, Chang-Yin Yu, Jun Zhan. The mediating role of anxiety and depression in the relationship between coping styles and life satisfaction among frontline medical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study. Ibrain. vol 9. issue 4. 2024-04-29. PMID:38680510. besides, anxiety was positively correlated with depression; anxiety and depression were positively correlated with passive coping style but negatively correlated with life satisfaction and active coping style; life satisfaction was positively correlated with active coping style and negatively correlated with passive coping style (all 2024-04-29 2024-05-01 human
Jan Stirnberg, Jürgen Margraf, Lena-Marie Precht, Julia Brailovskai. The Relationship between Reasons for Smartphone Use, Addictive Use Tendencies, Fear of Missing Out, Depression, and Life Satisfaction: A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis. Psychopathology. 2024-04-28. PMID:38679019. also, we explored links between reasons of smartphone use and mental health variables (problematic smartphone use, fomo, depression symptoms, and life satisfaction) in germany during the covid-19 lockdown period. 2024-04-28 2024-05-01 Not clear
Xiaomin Li, Chun Bun Lam, Kevin Kien Hoa Chun. Child behavioral problems and parental adjustment: Family, interparental, and parent-child processes as simultaneous mediators. The American journal of orthopsychiatry. 2024-04-25. PMID:38661651. controlling for child and family demographic information, child behavioral problems were linked positively to parental depression and negatively to parental life satisfaction. 2024-04-25 2024-04-28 Not clear
Xiaomin Li, Chun Bun Lam, Kevin Kien Hoa Chun. Child behavioral problems and parental adjustment: Family, interparental, and parent-child processes as simultaneous mediators. The American journal of orthopsychiatry. 2024-04-25. PMID:38661651. moreover, the link of child behavioral problems with parental depression was fully mediated by family economic pressures, marital conflict, and parent-child conflict, whereas the link of child behavioral problems with parental life satisfaction was fully mediated by family economic pressures and marital conflict. 2024-04-25 2024-04-28 Not clear
Pan Chen, He-Li Sun, Ling Zhang, Yuan Feng, Sha Sha, Zhaohui Su, Teris Cheung, Katrine K Wong, Gabor S Ungvari, Todd Jackson, Qinge Zhang, Yu-Tao Xian. Inter-relationships of depression and insomnia symptoms with life satisfaction in stroke and stroke-free older adults: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study based on network analysis and propensity score matching. Journal of affective disorders. 2024-04-12. PMID:38608767. inter-relationships of depression and insomnia symptoms with life satisfaction in stroke and stroke-free older adults: findings from the health and retirement study based on network analysis and propensity score matching. 2024-04-12 2024-04-15 Not clear
Chonghui Zhang, Chenying Nie, Weihua Su, Tomas Balezenti. Are digital technologies an effective inhibitor of depression among middle-aged and older adults? Micro-level evidence from a panel study. Social science & medicine (1982). vol 348. 2024-04-10. PMID:38598985. mechanism analysis reveals that digital technology could improve life satisfaction and subjective health status levels, which, in turn, reduces depression levels. 2024-04-10 2024-04-13 Not clear
Michael R Le Grande, Marielle Salvacion, Lubab Shwaita, Barbara M Murphy, Alun C Jackson, Marlies E Alvareng. Does coping style mediate the relationship between knowledge and psychosocial outcomes in women with atrial fibrillation? Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 15. 2024-04-08. PMID:38585480. this study aimed to determine if coping style (problem-focused, emotion-focused, avoidance-focused) mediated the relationship between patient knowledge and three psychosocial outcomes (anxiety, depression and life satisfaction). 2024-04-08 2024-04-10 Not clear
Hongfei Ma, Meng Zhao, Yangyang Liu, Pingmin We. Network analysis of depression and anxiety symptoms and their associations with life satisfaction among Chinese hypertensive older adults: a cross-sectional study. Frontiers in public health. vol 12. 2024-04-02. PMID:38562253. network analysis of depression and anxiety symptoms and their associations with life satisfaction among chinese hypertensive older adults: a cross-sectional study. 2024-04-02 2024-04-04 Not clear