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Adolescent onset of the gender difference in lifetime rates of major depression: a theoretical model.
Prepubescent boys are, if anything, more likely than girls to be depressed. During adolescence, however, a dramatic shift occurs: between the ages of 11 and 13 years, this trend in depression ratesExpand
Major depression during and after the menopausal transition: Study of Women's Health Across the Nation (SWAN)
Background It is unclear whether risk for major depression during the menopausal transition or immediately thereafter is increased relative to pre-menopause. We aimed to examine whether the odds ofExpand
Assessing social support, companionship, and distress: National Institute of Health (NIH) Toolbox Adult Social Relationship Scales.
OBJECTIVE The quality of our daily social interactions-including perceptions of support, feelings of loneliness, and distress stemming from negative social exchanges-influence physical health andExpand
Men's sexual self-schema.
Sexual self-schemas are cognitive generalizations about sexual aspects of oneself. In Part 1, a measure of men's sexual self-schema is developed. Studies of test-retest and internal consistencyExpand
Associations Between Depressive Symptoms and Inflammatory/Hemostatic Markers in Women During the Menopausal Transition
Objective: To test whether depressive symptoms are related to inflammatory and hemostatic markers in women approaching menopause. Methods: A total of 3292 women enrolled in the Study of Women'sExpand
Emotion assessment using the NIH Toolbox
One of the goals of the NIH Toolbox for Assessment of Neurological and Behavioral Function was to identify or develop brief measures of emotion for use in prospective epidemiologic and clinicalExpand
Women's Sexual Self Schema Scale
Schemas, sexuality, and romantic attachment.
One's self-views are powerful regulators of both cognitive processing and behavioral responding. Sexual self-schemas are cognitive generalizations about sexual aspects of the self. The bivariateExpand
Adult separation anxiety: psychometric properties of a new structured clinical interview.
Separation anxiety has traditionally been characterized and assessed as a disorder that is unique to childhood. Yet the core symptoms of separation anxiety, i.e. excessive and often disablingExpand
Men's sexual self-schema.
Sexual self-schemas are cognitive generalizations about sexual aspects of oneself. In Part 1, a measure of men's sexual self-schema is developed. Studies of test-retest and internal consistencyExpand
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