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The benefits of interventions for work-related stress.
OBJECTIVES This quantitative meta-analysis sought to determine the effectiveness of occupational stress-reducing interventions and the populations for which such interventions are most beneficial. Expand
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Resting-state functional connectivity in major depressive disorder: A review
Major depressive disorder (MDD) affects multiple large-scale functional networks in the brain, which has initiated a large number of studies on resting-state functional connectivity in depression. WeExpand
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Diagnostic accuracy of the mood module of the Patient Health Questionnaire: a systematic review.
OBJECTIVE The nine-item mood module of the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) was developed to screen and to diagnose patients in primary care with depressive disorders. We systematically reviewedExpand
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Mood is indirectly related to serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine levels in humans: a meta-analysis of monoamine depletion studies
Dysfunction in the monoamine systems of serotonin (5-HT), norepinephrine (NE) and dopamine (DA) may causally be related to major depressive disorder (MDD). Monoamine depletion studies investigate theExpand
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Reducing long term sickness absence by an activating intervention in adjustment disorders: a cluster randomised controlled design
Aims: To compare an innovative activating intervention with “care as usual” (control group) for the guidance of employees on sickness leave because of an adjustment disorder. It was hypothesised thatExpand
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Family caregiving in schizophrenia: domains and distress.
This article focuses on (1) the dimensionality of the caregiving concept; (2) the relation between the identified caregiving dimensions and characteristics of the patient, the caregiver, and theirExpand
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Adjuvant occupational therapy for work-related major depression works: randomized trial including economic evaluation.
BACKGROUND Major depression has far-reaching consequences for work functioning and absenteeism. In most cases depression is treated by medication and clinical management. The addition of occupationalExpand
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Symptom dimensions of depression following myocardial infarction and their relationship with somatic health status and cardiovascular prognosis.
OBJECTIVE The reporting of depressive symptoms following myocardial infarction may be confounded by complaints originating from the myocardial infarction. Therefore, it is difficult to estimate theExpand
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Caregiving in schizophrenia: development, internal consistency and reliability of the Involvement Evaluation Questionnaire--European Version. EPSILON Study 4. European Psychiatric Services: Inputs
BACKGROUND In international research on the consequences of psychiatric illnesses for relatives of patients, the need for an internationally standardised measure has been identified. AIMS To testExpand
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Effects of antidepressant treatment following myocardial infarction.
BACKGROUND Depression following myocardial infarction is associated with poor cardiac prognosis. It is unclear whether antidepressant treatment improves long-term depression status and cardiacExpand
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