Depression among Turkish female and male university students

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Esra Ceyhan
Aydogan Aykut Ceyhan
Yildiz Kurtyilmaz
Cite this article:  Ceyhan, E., Ceyhan, A., & Kurtyilmaz, Y. (2005). Depression among Turkish female and male university students. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 33(4), 329-340.


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We examined (1) the depression levels of university students, and whether or not depression levels of university students differ significantly according to their gender, (2) if university students’ problem-solving skills, submissiveness levels, social support from family, friends, and society, ages, and cumulative grade point averages (GPAs) predict their depression level; and (3) if predictive values of these variables change according to gender. The research was carried out with 293 university students. It was found that perceived problem solving, social support from friends, and submissiveness predicted depression in university students.

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