An Assessment of Measurement Error Bias for Estimating the Effect of Mental Distress on Income
Analyzing data on 2,225 men and 2,401 women from the National Comorbidity Survey, the authors examine the impact of psychiatric disorders on employment and, among those employed, work hours and income. They find that psychiatric disorders significantly ..
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