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Research Article

Common Mental Disorders among Occupational Groups: Contributions of the Latent Class Model

Figure 2

Conditional probability of positive responses to SRQ-20 items according to latent class analysis between healthcare workers and urban workers. Q3: sleeping problems; Q2: lack of appetite; Q5: shaking hands; Q4: being frightened; Q1: headaches; Q17: thinking of ending life; Q15: loss of interest in life; Q6: feeling nervous; Q7: Is your digestion poor?; Q19: stomach problems; Q7/19: “somatization/digestive”; Q8: Do you have trouble thinking clearly?; Q12: difficulty in decision-making; Q8/12: “unsafe behavior”; Q14: not feeling life is useful; Q16: feeling worthless; Q14/16: “feeling useless”; Q18/20: “tiredness”; Q13: Is your daily work suffering?; Q11: not enjoying activities; Q9/10: “unhappy.”
(a) Workers in primary healthcare in Bahia in 2013
(b) Urban workers of Feira de Santana in Bahia in 2007

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