David I Otote

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The aims of the study were to examine the frequency of a family history of depression among 96 patients with subtypes of ICD-10 depression, their life event scores, and compare the factors of depression with other studies. Subjects were assessed using the PSE-9, 23-item HDRS, BPRS and life event schedule. Family history was significantly commoner for(More)
The aims of the study were to examine: the frequency of the subtypes and symptoms of depression, the stability of symptoms in 3 months and to compare the data with previous studies. Ninety-six consecutive patients (31 males, 65 females) fulfilling ICD-10 criteria were assessed. Compared with the WHO study, the core symptoms of depression were similar;(More)
The objectives of the study were to assess the factors that would emerge from combining the ratings based on the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale, Scale for Assessment of Negative Symptoms and ICD-10 diagnostic criteria for research, and examine the stability of these factors at the third month of treatment; to highlight the correlates of these factors, and(More)
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