A comparison of factors associated with substance-induced versus independent depressions.

@article{Schuckit2007ACO,
  title={A comparison of factors associated with substance-induced versus independent depressions.},
  author={Marc A Schuckit and Tom L. Smith and George P. Danko and Juliann Pierson and Ryan S Trim and John I. Nurnberger and John Kramer and Samuel Kuperman and Laura J. Bierut and Victor M Hesselbrock},
  journal={Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs},
  year={2007},
  volume={68 6},
  pages={
          805-12
        }
}
OBJECTIVE This article expands on the results from a 1997 report from the Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism (COGA), using a new phase of the protocol to evaluate the prevalence and characteristics of substance-induced and independent major depressive episodes (MDEs) in a population of alcoholics and nonalcoholics. METHOD Data were evaluated from Phase II of the six-center-wide COGA investigation using information gathered beginning in January 1997. Data were generated through… Expand
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