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Article
October 1971

Cluster Analyses of Life ChangesII. Method and Replication in Navy Subpopulations

Author Affiliations

San Diego; Los Angeles; San Diego
From the Operational Psychiatry Division of the Navy Medical Neuropsychiatry Research Unit, San Diego, Calif (Mr. Pugh, Mrs. Erickson, Dr. Gunderson, and CDR Rahe), and the University of California School of Medicine, Los Angeles (Dr. Rubin).

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1971;25(4):333-339. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1971.01750160045009
Abstract

Previously reported clustering of many of the 42 life-change events, contained in the Schedule of Recent Experience questionnaire, was verified by an analysis of another large sample of US Navy subjects. In addition, the stability of the four life-change clusters were investigated as subjects' age and pay grade (rank) were varied. The life-change cluster method, the Iterative Intercolumnar Correlational Analysis described by McQuitty and Clark, and results obtained by this method, are presented in some detail.

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