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The YouthMood Project: a cluster randomized controlled trial of an online cognitive behavioral program with adolescents.
The aim in the current study was to investigate the effectiveness of an online, self-directed cognitive-behavioral therapy program (MoodGYM) in preventing and reducing the symptoms of anxiety andExpand
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A quantitative review of cognitive deficits in depression and Alzheimer-type dementia.
Meta-analysis was used to examine the performance of depressed and Alzheimer-type dementia (DAT) patients on standard and experimental clinical tests of cognitive function. Deficits were found forExpand
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The mental health of Australian elite athletes.
OBJECTIVES Currently, little is known about the prevalence of mental disorders in athletes. This study aims to investigate Australian elite athletes' symptoms of general psychological distress andExpand
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Performance of the Informant Questionnaire on Cognitive Decline in the Elderly (IQCODE) as a screening test for dementia.
A 26-item informant questionnaire (IQCODE) and the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) were compared as screening tests for dementia in a sample of 69 patients. Dementia diagnoses were made by bothExpand
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Parental 'affectionless control' as an antecedent to adult depression: a risk factor refined.
It has been well established that individuals with a history of depression report their parents as being less caring and more overprotective of them than do controls. 'Affectionless control' inExpand
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Gender differences in depression and anxiety across the adult lifespan: the role of psychosocial mediators
BackgroundThere is robust epidemiological and clinical evidence that a greater number of women than men experience depression and anxiety. This study investigated a number of socio-demographic,Expand
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Complaints of cognitive decline in the elderly: a comparison of reports by subjects and informants in a community survey.
In a community survey, subjects and their informants were asked the same questions about memory and intellectual decline in the subjects. Subjects and informants both commonly reported cognitiveExpand
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The "common cause hypothesis" of cognitive aging: evidence for not only a common factor but also specific associations of age with vision and grip strength in a cross-sectional analysis.
A prominent hypothesis in cognitive aging is the existence of a common factor that is responsible for age-related deterioration in cognitive and noncognitive processes. A multiple indicators,Expand
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Stigmatising attitudes towards people with mental disorders: A comparison of Australian health professionals with the general community
Objective: The aim of this paper was to explore attitudes towards people with mental disorders among Australian health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists and general practitioners (GPs)) andExpand
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Apolipoprotein E allele ∈4, dementia, and cognitive decline in a population sample
From clinically based series it has been proposed that, in homozygotes for the apolipoprotein E epsilon 4 (apoE epsilon 4) allele, Alzheimer's disease is almost inevitable by the age of 80. AExpand
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