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Preclinical sex differences in depression and antidepressant response: Implications for clinical research
  • N. Kokras, C. Dalla
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of neuroscience research
  • 2 January 2017
Women suffer from depression and anxiety disorders more often than men, and as a result they receive antidepressants to a greater extent. Sex differences in antidepressant response in humans haveExpand
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The positive effect on ketamine as a priming adjuvant in antidepressant treatment
Ketamine is an anesthetic with antidepressant properties. The rapid and lasting effect of ketamine observed in preclinical and clinical research makes it a promising therapeutic to improve currentExpand
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Increased co-morbidity of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and common risk factors in intensive care unit survivors: A two-year follow-up study
Abstract Objective. To investigate the long-term psychological impact of intensive care unit (ICU) hospitalization, as well as to establish risk factors which successfully discriminate patients atExpand
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A survey on psychiatric training in greece from trainees’ perspective
Introduction In order to promote the harmonisation of training in psychiatry and facilitate mobility of psychiatrists across Europe, the European Board of Psychiatry is developing appropriateExpand
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EPA-1788 – Psychological Symptoms in Menopause Associate with Higher Harm Avoidance and Lower Self-Directedness
Introduction Recently there is growing interest with regards to personality and character traits that may have an effect on the incidence and severity of climacteric symptoms. Neuroticism emerges asExpand
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Differences in the prevalence of insomnia and their predictive value in patients with deliberate drug self-poisoning
Introduction Evidence suggests a relationship between sleep disturbances and suicidal ideation. The temporal appearance of insomnia has been proposed as a warning sign of imminent suicidal acts.Expand
Treatment of major depression reduces arterial stiffness
Introduction Major Depression is twice more common in women and evidence suggests that sex differences may exist in antidepressant pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics1. Additionally, depression isExpand
Dysfunctional remembered parenting in oncology outpatients affects psychological distress symptoms in a gender-specific manner.
Evidence suggests that gender differences appear in a variety of biological and psychological responses to stress and perhaps in coping with acute and chronic illness as well. Dysfunctional parentingExpand
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P-393 - sex Differences in Self-reported Insomnia Complaints in Hospitalized Patients
Introduction: Insomnia, the most common sleep disorder, is 40% more likely to occur in women than in men. However, insomnia often remains unnoticed in general hospitals and only scant data existsExpand
1705 – Prevalence Of Personality Type d In Greece
Introduction The type D personality (negative affectivity and social inhibition) has been associated with increased risk for adverse cardiovascular outcomes. The prevalence however of type DExpand