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Anxiety Disorders

Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Scope Note: Notes = Persistent and disabling ANXIETY,Created For = LHSA-Dott

Found in 344 Collections and/or Records:

Res.2.13 Female resident, age unknown, widowed, corporation tenant, female interviewer, 11 April 1961

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/2/13
Scope and Contents Topics discussed include: Family; work and unemployment; health; living accommodation.INTVEE is a widow with five grown up children. She lives alone and has been in her house for 23 years. She previously lived in a single end in Leith where she brought up her children. She is friendly enough with her neighbours but not on visiting terms. She likes the company of the women she works with. She has been burgled 3 times, twice the gas meter and once all clothes were taken. She says...
Dates: Other: 11 April 1961

Res.4.30 Male resident, age unknown, married, corporation tenant, male interviewer, 26 October 1961

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/4/30
Scope and Contents Includes discussion of employment in the health profession and employment history. Anecdote about a man, possibly Indian, wanting to adopt him and sibling when they lived in Niddrie but his mother moved them away. Other topics discussed include: Accommodation; neighbours; children and young people.Accommodation: INTVEE didn't think the house was bad but inconvenient - the washbasin was positioned up above the bath and the coal hole is located in the kitchen which means the...
Dates: Other: 26 October 1961

Res.5.15 Female resident, mid-forties, married, private tenant, female interviewer, 29 November 1961

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/5/15
Scope and Contents INTVEE lives with her husband and four children ages ranging from 3 to 19. They have been in their house for 5 years, prior to that they lived in a prefab for 12 years. She did not want to live in a flat because they reminded her of hospitals, she had suffered from TB and was a patient for 3 months. She was very anxious during her last pregnancy that she would die in childbirth or that there would be something wrong with the child. she has less patience with her younger children than she did...
Dates: Other: 29 November 1961

Res.7.25 Married couple, ages unknown, owner occupiers, female interviewer, 30 July 1962

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/7/25
Scope and Contents Couple think those who have virulently refused to take part in the survey are likely to be people whose origins were in Newhaven - these are the nosiest people they've ever known but resented anyone knowing anything about them. Wife thinks a lot of married women seemed to go back, not so much to where their mothers are, but to where their grandmothers were.Health: Wife has been having weepy turns, not sleeping and is anxious and depressed. Did not know why as she has the house...
Dates: Other: 30 July 1962