J B Jolly

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In a sample of 159 psychiatric outpatient adults, negative affectivity (NA) was significantly correlated with a broad range of anxiety and depressive symptoms and was not useful for the differentiation of anxiety from depression. Low positive affectivity (PA) was significantly related only to depressive symptoms. Whereas depressive cognitions demonstrated(More)
Data on 22 subjects treated with fluoxetine suggest that magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) of fluorine-19 can measure brain concentrations of fluoxetine/norfluoxetine in vivo. Fluoxetine accumulates in the human brain relative to plasma, with brain concentrations of fluoxetine/norfluoxetine ranging up to 10.7 micrograms/ml. Brain concentrations may(More)
This study examined the mediating role of anxiety in the self-reports of somatic complaints in 96 depressed adolescent inpatients. Sixty-four subjects with major depressive episodes and comorbid anxiety disorders (MDE-A) determined from the Diagnostic Interview for Children and Adolescents--Revised (DICA-R) reported significantly more somatic complaints(More)
OBJECTIVE This study assessed the influence of gender on the comparability of self and observer ratings of anxiety and depression in adolescents. METHOD Subjects were 75 inpatient adolescents who were administered structured interviews of the revised Hamilton Rating Scales for Depression (HRSD-R) and Anxiety (HARS-R) and read the Beck Depression Inventory(More)
We examined relations between the cognitive/personality model of sociotropy (SOC) and autonomy (AUT; Beck, 1983) and the affect/personality model of positive affect (PA) and negative affect (NA; Tellegen, 1985; Watson & Clark, 1984, 1992), and their relations to two proposed depression subtypes (Beck, 1983) in 60 adult depressed out-patients. SOC and NA(More)
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