Rahe - Findings and conclusion

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when did most life changes occur?
during the 6 months of the 2 years period
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what was the correlation between LCU scores in the 6 month period before going to sea?
0.118 positive correlation
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What was not found significant?
TLCU scores for the entire 2 year period against illness of board
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What did the least stressed sailor have a mean of?
1.434
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What did the most stressed sailor have a mean number of illnesses?
2.049
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What was the correlation between the LCU scores and illnesses were higher for what?
Cruiser 1 and 3 than cruiser 2
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What was the differnce in cruiser 2 thought to be caused by?
increased stress on board
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What was this not accounted for?
TLCU score and so the correlation was weaker
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What is Rahe's first conluded?
environment tha pps are in is stressful, previous life events have less effect
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what are better predictions for?
better predictions can be made for older pps and enlisted married men, than young single sailors
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What was there a low positive relationship between what?
pre cruise life change intensity and reported illnesses at sea
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The amount of earlier stress was what?
Low by all sailors
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