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Adult health status of women with histories of childhood abuse and neglect.
PURPOSE Several recent studies have found associations between childhood maltreatment and adverse adult health outcomes. However, methodologic problems with accurate case determination, appropriateExpand
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Medical School Pressures and Their Relationship to Anxiety
This study examined the relative importance of medical school pressures according to their relationship with symptoms of anxiety, as evaluated by a standardized/normative measure of anxiety. As manyExpand
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Health care costs associated with posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in women.
BACKGROUND Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a prevalent disorder that has been associated with elevated rates of medically unexplained physical symptoms, significant functional impairment, andExpand
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Appraised changeability of a stressor as a modifier of the relationship between coping and depression: a test of the hypothesis of fit.
The goodness of fit among the appraised changeability of a stressor, coping, and depression in people with psychiatric, physical health, work, and family problems was examined (N = 746). It wasExpand
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A nationwide US study of post-traumatic stress after hospitalization for physical injury.
BACKGROUND Injured survivors of individual and mass trauma are at risk for developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Few investigations have assessed PTSD after injury in large samples acrossExpand
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Adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: assessment guidelines based on clinical presentation to a specialty clinic.
Of 143 adults presenting for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) evaluation, 46 (32%) clearly met diagnostic criteria, 46 (32%) clearly did not meet diagnostic criteria, and another 51Expand
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Does expressed emotion in spouses predict subsequent problems among care recipients with Alzheimer's disease?
Researchers have observed that Expressed Emotion (i.e., criticism; EE) in caregivers is predictive of poorer functioning in psychiatric care recipients over time. Few studies have examined, however,Expand
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Increased medical costs of a population-based sample of depressed elderly patients.
BACKGROUND We examined whether older adults with depressive symptoms below the diagnostic threshold and those with DSM-IV major depression and/or dysthymia have higher medical costs than thoseExpand
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A randomized effectiveness trial of stepped collaborative care for acutely injured trauma survivors.
CONTEXT Although posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and alcohol abuse frequently occur among acutely injured trauma survivors, few real-world interventions have targeted these disorders. Expand
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Cardiac risk factors in patients with diabetes mellitus and major depression
OBJECTIVE: The prevalence of major depression is approximately 2-fold higher in patients with diabetes mellitus compared to medical controls. We explored the association of major depression with 8Expand
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