Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Stroke

Classification path:
CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Physical characteristics Physical health Particular disease Diseases of the circulatory system Stroke
Additional keywords
Stroke,CVA, cerebral infarction
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Wyller, T.B.; Holmen, J.; Laake, K.; Laake, P. Correlates of Subjective Well-Being in Stroke Patients.
Stroke, 1998, Vol. 28, 363 - 367
Mansson, M.; Bränholm, I.B.; Fredriksson, B. On Life Satisfaction and Activity Preferences in Long-Term Survivors after Stroke.
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 1995, Vol. 2, 51 - 55
Ostir, G.V.; Goodwin, J.S.; Markides, K.S.; Peek, K. The Association between Emotional Well-Being and the Incidence of Strokes in Older Adults.
Psychosomatic Medicine, 2001, Vol. 63, 210 - 215
Edwards, B.; O'Connell, B. Internal Consistency and Validity of the Stroke Impact Scale 2.0 (SIS 2.0) AND sis-16 IN AN Australian Sample.
Quality of Life Research, 2003, Vol. 12, 1127 - 1135
Gwozdz, W.; Sousa-Poza, A. Ageing, Health and Life Satisfaction of the Oldest Old: An Analysis for Germany.
Social Indicators Research, 2010, Vol. 97, 397 - 417
Ferrer-i-Carbonell, A.; VanPraag, B.M. The subjective Costs of Health Losses due to chronic diseases: an alternative Model Appraisal.
IZA DP no. 313, 2001, Bonn, Germany
Broe, G.A.; Creasy, H.; Grayson, D. Impact of Chronic Systemic and Neurological Disorders on Disability, Depression and Life Satisfaction.
International Journal of Geriatic Psychiatry, 1998, Vol. 13, 667 - 673
Binder, M.; Coad, A. "I'm Afraid I have bad News for you" Estimating the Impact of Different Health Impairments on Subjective Well-Being.
Papers on Economics& Evolution no 1115, 2011, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Germany
Eriksson, L.; Fugl-Meyer, A.R.; Tham, K. Couples’ Happiness and its Relationship to Functioning in Everyday Life after Brain Injury.
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2005, Vol. 12, 40 - 48
Astrom, M.; Asplund, K.; Astrom, T. Psychosocial Function and Life Satisfaction After Stroke.
Stroke, 1992, Vol. 23, 527 - 531
Viitanen, M.; Bernspång, B.; Fugl-Meyer, A.R.; Fugl-Meyer, K.S. Life Satisfaction in Long-Term Survivors after Stroke.
Scandinavian Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 1988, Vol. 20,17 - 24
Howley, P. Valuing the Benefits from Health Care Interventions Using Life Satisfaction Data.
HEDG, University of York, 2016, Working Paper No. 1, 1 - 29, York, U.K.
Bergström, A.L.; Eriksson, G.; Koch, von, L. Combined life Satisfaction of Persons with Stroke and their Caregivers: Associations with Caregiver Burden and the Impact of Stroke.
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 2011, Vol. 9, 1 - 11
Ostwald, S.K.; Cron, S.G.; Godwin, K.M. Predictors of Life Satisfaction in Stroke Survivors and Spousal Caregivers Twelve to Twenty-four Months Post Discharge From Inpatient Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation Nursing, 2009, Vol. 34,, 160 - 174
Haslam, C.; Haslam, S.A.; Holme, A. Maintaining Group Memberships: Social Identity continuity predicts Well-Being after Stroke.
Neuropschological Rehabilitation, 2008, Vol. 18, 671 - 691
Vestling, M.; Iwarsson, Susanne; Ramel, E. Quality of Life after Stroke: Well-being, Life satisfaction, and subjective aspects of work
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2005, Vol. 12, 89-95
Kim, P.; Madill, H.; Warren, S. Quality of Life of Stroke Survivors
Quality of Life Research, 1999, Vol. 8, 293 - 301