volume 32, issue 1, P45-59 2001
DOI: 10.1076/brhm.32.1.45.7286
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Abstract: The present study was aimed at assessing the effects of the unusual schedules of shiftworking men on anxiety and mental health of their spouses and children. The anxiety and mental health of 396 subjects that include 133 spouses and 263 children of dayworking and shift-working men were monitored by employing specific inventory. Anxiety scales (trait, state and free-floating) and mental health inventory were administrated to each subject. Results indicate that the average levels of free-floating anxiety for th…

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