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Thus, donor psychosocial outcomes are not 20 Dew et al. TABLE 2 Evidence on Potential Predictors and Correlates of Psychosocial and Quality of Life Outcomes in Living Organ Donors Donor outcome Factors found to be predictors or correlates of outcome Factors found to be unrelated to outcome Regret or would not donate again Recipient lost graft or died (96,106) Donor physical health complaints or medical complications (96,115) Donor financial hardship (115) Donor was a non-first degree relative (106) Recipient lost graft or died (53,100,115,116,124,129) Donor physical health complaints or medical complications (99) Psychological distress and negative reactions Recipient lost graft or died (27) Recipient lost graft or died (72,99,103,124) Donor physical health complaints or medical complications (127,131) Mood or psychiatric history before donation (72,97,98,111,131) Poor pre-donation relationship with recipient (131) Donor physical health complaints or medical complications (72,99) History of mood problems or unhappiness (117,118) Poor pre-donation relationship with recipient, spouse, or family (111,117,118) Ambivalent about donation (117,118) “Black sheep” donora (115,116) Physical complaints or worries about health Recipient died or lost graft (26) Donor financial hardship (40) Donor medical complications after donation (99) Recipient died or lost graft (124,129) Donor financial hardship (129) Donor medical complications after donation (127) Donor was non-first degree relative (93) aSee text for definition.