Mood fluctuations in female multiple sclerosis patients

Cynthia W. Gatten1, Jeffrey B. Brookings1, Brian Bolton2
1Wittenberg University, United States
2University of Arkansas, United States
Cite this article:  Gatten, C., Brookings, J., & Bolton, B. (1993). Mood fluctuations in female multiple sclerosis patients. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 21, 103-106.

Volume 21 Issue 2 | e708 | Published: May 1993 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1993.21.2.103

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Twelve female multiple sclerosis (MS) patients completed mood checklists twice weekly for eight weeks. Chain P-technique factor analysis identified three dimensions of mood fluctuation, two of which corresponded to those reported for other populations. High correlations between self-rated physical health and the three affect dimensions were consistent with the contention that disease activity is a major determinant of MS patients’ emotional distress.


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