De mate van psychopathologie en interpersoonlijke problematiek. Overeenkomsten en verschillen tussen allochtone en autochtone patiëntengroepen
SourceTijdschrift voor Psychotherapie, 35, 2, (2009), pp. 123-133
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Tijdschrift voor Psychotherapie
The severity of psychopathology and interpersonal problems. A study of the similarities and differences between non-western patients and patients from the ethnic majority. The general level of symptoms and complaints (SCL-90-R) and the level of interpersonal problems (IIP-64) of non-western patients (N=100) were compared to that of patients from the ethnic majority group (N=480) in order to investigate similarities and differences in presenting their mental health problems at intake. Results with the SCL-90-R show that the non-western patients reported significantly higher levels of general symptomatology on all subscales compared to the ethnic majority group of patients. IIP-64 scores of non-western patients differed significantly from the scores of western patients on one subscale only: non-western patients reported less problems on the ‘Overly accommodating’ subscale.
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