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Vitthala Temple Complex

Vitthala Temple Complex

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Date: 1336/1567
Creator: unknown
Description: This view contains a platform and an intact temple in the background. People walking around perimeter in foreground show the massive scale of the height of the elevation. Some archaeologists can be seen digging at the base.
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Correlates of Depression in Elderly Asians in the United States

Correlates of Depression in Elderly Asians in the United States

Date: December 2013
Creator: Kung, Kevin Hsiang-Hsing
Description: The primary purpose of this study was to examine the correlation between depression and the personal characteristics of Asians who are 50 years or older. The secondary objective was to determine whether Asians 50 years or older living in the United States are more likely to be depressed than other ethnicities. The information for this study was secured from the National Health Interview Survey, spanning the years 2001 to 2010. In this study, I utilized the SAS-Callable SUDAAN statistical system. Multivariate regression was used to predict and determine significant correlations. The results indicated that Asians 50 and older living in the U.S. and who experience functional limitations, poor vision, hypertension, poor health, not married, and unemployed in previous year were in general more prone to depression. Furthermore, the study indicated that Asian elderly living the U.S. showed lower rates of depression than all non- Asian ethnicities. However when controlled for personal characteristics only Whites and Hispanics had higher depression incidences than Asian elderly. Recommendations for future studies include: conducting more micro and macro studies of Asian elders, such as in-depth case studies for each ethnicity, longitudinal studies of various Asian subgroups, and studies of Asian elderly with hypertension who have ...
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