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4% of the variance in MOS scales and was interpreted as global well-being. 3% of the variance. A high score on this component indicates that a n individual's emotional well-being is high relative to others with similar levels of global well-being. 3% of the variance and was interpreted as relative pain. A high score here indicates that the individual's level of pain was high relative to others with similar levels of well-being. Health status changes and life events: Catalysts of response shif?.
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Adaptation to Changing Health: Response Shift in Quality-of-Life Research by Carolyn E. Schwartz, Mirjam A. G. Sprangers