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Mental Health, Deprivation, and the Neighborhood Social Environment: A Network Analysis

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Mental Health, Deprivation, and the Neighborhood Social Environment : A Network Analysis. / McElroy, E.; McIntyre, J.C.; Bentall, R.P.; Wilson, T.; Holt, K.; Kullu, C.; Nathan, R.; Kerr, A.; Panagaki, K.; McKeown, M.; Saini, P.; Gabbay, M.; Corcoran, R.

In: Clinical Psychological Science, Vol. 7, No. 4, 01.07.2019, p. 719-734.

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McElroy, E, McIntyre, JC, Bentall, RP, Wilson, T, Holt, K, Kullu, C, Nathan, R, Kerr, A, Panagaki, K, McKeown, M, Saini, P, Gabbay, M & Corcoran, R 2019, 'Mental Health, Deprivation, and the Neighborhood Social Environment: A Network Analysis', Clinical Psychological Science, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 719-734. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167702619830640

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McElroy, E., McIntyre, J. C., Bentall, R. P., Wilson, T., Holt, K., Kullu, C., ... Corcoran, R. (2019). Mental Health, Deprivation, and the Neighborhood Social Environment: A Network Analysis. Clinical Psychological Science, 7(4), 719-734. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167702619830640

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McElroy E, McIntyre JC, Bentall RP, Wilson T, Holt K, Kullu C et al. Mental Health, Deprivation, and the Neighborhood Social Environment: A Network Analysis. Clinical Psychological Science. 2019 Jul 1;7(4):719-734. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167702619830640

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McElroy, E. ; McIntyre, J.C. ; Bentall, R.P. ; Wilson, T. ; Holt, K. ; Kullu, C. ; Nathan, R. ; Kerr, A. ; Panagaki, K. ; McKeown, M. ; Saini, P. ; Gabbay, M. ; Corcoran, R. / Mental Health, Deprivation, and the Neighborhood Social Environment : A Network Analysis. In: Clinical Psychological Science. 2019 ; Vol. 7, No. 4. pp. 719-734.

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abstract = "Different aspects of the neighborhood social environment have been linked with mental ill health; however, the mechanisms underlying these associations remain poorly understood because of the number and complexity of the components involved. We used a novel statistical approach, network analysis, to explore the complex associations between neighborhood social cohesion, social disorder, and mental-health symptoms in a sample of 3,670 adults from an economically deprived region of the United Kingdom (mean age = 49.34 years, SD = 18.87; 57{\%} female). Elasso regularized networks were estimated, and network comparisons were conducted by level of deprivation. Mental-health symptoms and neighborhood components formed relatively distinct clusters of items. These domains were linked primarily by paranoia, although only in the most deprived group. Drunken/rowdy behavior was particularly influential within the neighborhood cluster; therefore, policies aimed at reducing such disruptive behavior could have positive knock-on effects for social cohesion and mental health.",
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