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Lifetime prevalence of psychotic and bipolar I disorders in a general population.
CONTEXT Recent general population surveys of psychotic disorders have found low lifetime prevalences. However, this may be owing to methodological problems. Few studies have reported the prevalencesExpand
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DSM-IV mood-, anxiety- and alcohol use disorders and their comorbidity in the Finnish general population
BackgroundInformation on prevalence, accumulation and variation of common mental disorders is essential for both etiological research and development of mental health service systems.MethodsAExpand
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The 12‐month prevalence and risk factors for major depressive episode in Finland: representative sample of 5993 adults
Objective: This study reports the 12‐month prevalence of major depressive episode and its risk factors in a representative nationwide sample.
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The relationship between job-related burnout and depressive disorders--results from the Finnish Health 2000 Study.
BACKGROUND Depression and burnout are common health problems in working populations today. They appear to be interrelated, and the need for their differential diagnosis has been highlighted in manyExpand
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Mental disorders and comorbidity in suicide.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence and comorbidity of current mental disorders defined by DSM-III-R among a random sample of suicide victims from a nationwideExpand
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Completed suicide after a suicide attempt: a 37-year follow-up study.
OBJECTIVE Attempted suicide is the strongest known predictor of completed suicide. However, suicide risk declines over time after an attempt, and it is unclear how long the risk persists. RiskExpand
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Burnout in the general population
BackgroundBurnout is a chronic stress syndrome which develops gradually as a consequence of prolonged stress situation. Socio-demographic factors related to job-related burnout have not been studiedExpand
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Breakdown of Long-Range Temporal Correlations in Theta Oscillations in Patients with Major Depressive Disorder
Neuroimaging has revealed robust large-scale patterns of high neuronal activity in the human brain in the classical eyes-closed wakeful rest condition, pointing to the presence of a baseline ofExpand
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Psychological autopsy studies--a review.
  • E. Isometsä
  • Medicine
  • European psychiatry : the journal of the…
  • 1 November 2001
Psychological autopsy is one of the most valuable tools of research on completed suicide. The method involves collecting all available information on the deceased via structured interviews of familyExpand
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Suicide and schizophrenia: a nationwide psychological autopsy study on age- and sex-specific clinical characteristics of 92 suicide victims with schizophrenia.
OBJECTIVE The authors examined the clinical characteristics of suicide victims with schizophrenia in the general population of Finland. METHOD As part of the nationwide National Suicide PreventionExpand
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