Erratum to “Stress Management in Parents of Children with Diabetes Type 1: A Randomized Controlled Trial”, [Psychology 6 (2015) 1040-1050]

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The original online version of this article (Pateraki, N. S., Mantzourani, E., Darvyri, P. P, Alexopoulos, E. C., Varvogli, L., Mamoulakis, D., Christina, D., & Chrousos, G. P. (2015). Stress Management in Parents of Children with Diabetes Type 1: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Psychology, 6, 1040-1050. needs to add the following items.

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Pateraki, N. , Mantzourani, E. , Darvyri, P. , Alexopoulos, E. , Varvogli, L. , Mamoulakis, D. , Christina, D. and Chrousos, G. (2021) Erratum to “Stress Management in Parents of Children with Diabetes Type 1: A Randomized Controlled Trial”, [Psychology 6 (2015) 1040-1050]. Psychology, 12, 120-120. doi: 10.4236/psych.2021.121008.

• 2.4. In Baseline and Outcome Measures fourth paragraph the names of the Greek authors that standardized the scale (G. N. Lyrakos, C. Arvaniti, M. Smyrnioti & G. Kostopanagiotou, 2011).

• 3.2. Primary Endpoint Analyses to the last sentence The instrument has been standardized for Greek populations (G. N. Lyrakos, C. Arvaniti, M. Smyrnioti & G. Kostopanagiotou, 2011).

• Reference (G. N. Lyrakos, C. Arvaniti, M. Smyrnioti & G. Kostopanagiotou, 2011. P03-561—Translation and Validation Study of the depression anxiety stress scale in the Greek general population and in psychiatric patient’s sample. European Psychiatry, 26, 1731). doi:10.1016/S0924-9338(11)73435-6.


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