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November 10, 1989

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JAMA. 1989;262(18):2542. doi:10.1001/jama.1989.03430180080033

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Abstract

An error occurred in the Original Contribution entitled "Functional Status and Well-being of Patients With Chronic Conditions," published in the August 18 issue of The Journal (1989;262:907-913). On page 910, the third sentence in the first paragraph in column 1 Should have read as follows: "(When we adjusted the mean scores for the general-population sample to reflect sociodemographic characteristics of the patient sample, differences [not 'differencesthout chronic conditions (P<.01) for physical functioning, role functioning, and health perceptions.'] in predicted scores were so minor that we decided that no adjustments were necessary.) As hypothesized, using an independent groups t test of differences, mean health scores were better for the general population than for patients without chronic conditions (P<.01) for physical functioning, role functioning, and health perceptions."

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