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Identifying clinically distinct subgroups of self-injurers among young adults: a latent class analysis.
High rates of nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI; 14%-17%) in adolescents and young adults suggest that some self-injurers may exhibit more or different psychiatric problems than others. In the presentExpand
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The bidirectional association between daytime affect and nighttime sleep in youth with anxiety and depression.
OBJECTIVE This study examines relationships between affect and sleep in youth with affective disorders using ecological momentary assessment (EMA). METHODS Participants included 94 youth, ages 8-16Expand
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Anhedonia predicts poorer recovery among youth with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor treatment-resistant depression.
OBJECTIVE To identify symptom dimensions of depression that predict recovery among selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) treatment-resistant adolescents undergoing second-step treatment. Expand
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Toward Guidelines for Evidence-Based Assessment of Depression in Children and Adolescents
We aim to provide a starting point toward the development of an evidence-based assessment of depression in children and adolescents. We begin by discussing issues relevant to the diagnosis andExpand
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Reduced reward anticipation in youth at high-risk for unipolar depression: A preliminary study
Highlights • Depression is characterized by reduced neural response to reward, particularly in the ventral striatum.• Few studies have examined if alterations in reward functioning are present beforeExpand
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Reward-related brain function as a predictor of treatment response in adolescents with major depressive disorder
The present study provides preliminary evidence that pretreatment reward-related brain function in the striatum and medial prefrontal cortex (PFC) could have relevance for predicting both final levelExpand
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Temperamental Positive and Negative Emotionality and Children's Depressive Symptoms: A Longitudinal Prospective Study from Age Three to Age Ten
This study examined associations between temperament at age 3 and maternal reports of youths' depressive symptoms at ages 7 and 10. Fifty-three preschool aged children were assessed for positiveExpand
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The Temporal Sequence of Social Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms Following Interpersonal Stressors During Adolescence
Social anxiety and depressive symptoms dramatically increase and frequently co-occur during adolescence. Although research indicates that general interpersonal stressors, peer victimization, andExpand
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Latent trajectory classes of depressive and anxiety disorders from adolescence to adulthood: descriptions of classes and associations with risk factors.
This study used person-oriented analyses to identify subgroups of individuals who exhibit different patterns of depressive and anxiety disorders over the course of adolescence and young adulthood.Expand
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Cognitive vulnerability to depression during middle childhood: Stability and associations with maternal affective styles and parental depression.
Theories of cognitive vulnerability to depression (CVD) imply that CVD is early-emerging and trait-like; however, little longitudinal work has tested this premise in middle childhood, or examinedExpand
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