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《Journal of the Fourth Military Medical University》 2006-04
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Investigations of emotional status of naval personnel serving at special worksites

FENG Xian-Gang1, ZHANG Xiao-Yuan1, XIE Ya-Ning1, XIAO Rong1, GAO Yu-Lin2 1Department of Psychology, 2Department of Nursing, Southern Medical University, Guangzhou 510515, China  
AIM: To explore the emotional status of naval personnel serving at special worksites. METHODS: A total of 1000 naval personnel serving at 6 special worksites were investigated and 962 valid questionnaires were acquired. Symptom Checklist 90 (SCL-90) questionnaire was used to analyze their emotional status and the results were compared with Chinese norm and Chinese armyman norm. RESULTS: The total mean score of SCL-90 and scores of all subscales in naval personnel serving at special worksites were higher than those of Chinese norm (P 0.01) and Chinese armyman norm (P0.01). The total mean scores of SCL-90 and scores of all subscales of army men at different worksites showed significantly different compared with Chinese armyman norm (P0.05). CONCLUSION: For the naval personnel serving at special worksites, the general level of emotional status was lower than the Chinese norm and the Chinese armyman norm. The special worksite may exert an influence on the emotional status of naval personnel.
【Fund】: 全军“十五”指令性课题(01L073)
【CateGory Index】: B845
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