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Title of Article Prevalence of Depression in Indonesia High School Adolescents 
Date of Acceptance 19 February 2016 
     Title of Journal Prevalence of Depression in Indonesia High School Adolescents 
     Standard TCI 
     Institute of Journal Faculty of Nursing Khon Kaen University 
     Volume 39 
     Month Jamuary-March
     Year of Publication 2016 
     Abstract This descriptive correlational study aimed to describe the prevalence of adolescent depression and explain selected variables as predictors to depression in adolescents of Samarinda municipal, East Kalimantan province, Indonesia. A total of 552 adolescents in senior high school aged from 14 to 19 years were recruited through stratified cluster sampling during March to April, 2015. The instruments were CES-D, Negative Automatic Thoughts, Social Problem Solving, Negative Life Events and Parental Bonding. The data were analyzed by statistical method including t-test, Chi-square, Pearson correlation and multiple linear regressions. The result showed the prevalence of depression in this sample of Indonesian adolescents was 52.7% (26.6% female, 26.1% male). The stepwise regression results indicated the negative life events and educational level as significant predictors of adolescents depression and included in the fit model R² 7.7% (F= 22.84, p=0.000). Specifically, the psychiatric nurse able to gives interventions for adolescents with teach of stress management and negative life events screening program in the early education level. 
     Keyword depression, adolescents, high school, Indonesia. 
565060122-6 Mrs. MUKHRIPAH DAMAIYANTI [Main Author]
Nursing Master's Degree

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