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The Impact of Different Dispositions and Gender on Depression, Anxiety, and Stress - DASS

EasyChair Preprint no. 9733

7 pagesDate: February 17, 2023


This aims to understand how different personalities affect Depression, Stress and Anxiety. The three unfavourable feelings that are most frequently linked to psychopathological effects are stress, anxiety, and depression. Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Scale (DASS-42) state that Depression is characterised by profound discontent, abnormal life evaluation, self-deprecation, hopelessness, loss of interest, and disinterest. Anxiety is also associated with hyperventilation, shivering and nausea. The inability to relax, agitation, and impatience are all symptoms of stress. Newer studies support this link between personality and mental health more strongly. Particularly, major depression, generalised anxiety disorder, and other disorders are linked to a personality trait known as neuroticism. Regularly feeling fearful, depressed, guilty, angry, or envious is a sign of neuroticism. To a certain extent, personalities may change, and many people employ coping mechanisms to lessen the negative effects of negativity on their everyday lives and long-term mental health. The DASS, a set of 3 self-report measures, is employed to rate the unfavourable emotional states of stress, anxiety, and depression. The DASS was developed as more than just another set of scales to assess emotional states as they are typically understood. but to further the process of characterising, comprehending, and quantifying the common and clinically relevant states of emotion that are typically referred to as stress, anxiety, and depression. The World Health Organization (WHO) claims that men and women experience mental illness in various ways. This article clarifies the psychological traits that affect DAS according to gender. Machine learning models will discover the most accurate characteristics that influence mental disease.

Keyphrases: anxiety, DASS, Depression, Personality Machine Learning., stress

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  author = {P Preethi and R Mahalakshmi},
  title = {The Impact of Different Dispositions and Gender on Depression, Anxiety, and Stress - DASS},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9733},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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