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The present study explored the effects of various demographic and, personality variables on the nature and intensity of subjectively perceived menopausal symptoms. Data were collected by means of a mailed questionnaire from 135 menopausal and postmenopausal women from a general urban population. It was found that women who reported a higher number of menopausal symptoms tended to be less well-educated, were less likely to be working, and viewed themselves in poorer health than women with fewerdoi:10.1097/00006842-198005000-00004 pmid:7443933 fatcat:jblipaos4rdjzkury3focgvzuy