A pilot study of a preventive program for depressive and anxious symptoms during the postsecondary transition

@article{Marcotte2018APS,
  title={A pilot study of a preventive program for depressive and anxious symptoms during the postsecondary transition},
  author={Diane Marcotte and Marie-Laurence Par{\'e} and Cynthia Lamarre},
  journal={Journal of American College Health},
  year={2018},
  volume={68},
  pages={32 - 38}
}
Abstract Objective: To examine the effects of the indicated level of the prevention program Zenétudes: making a healthy transition to college on anxious and depressive symptoms. Participants: 65 college students participated in the study, from September 2014 to August 2016. From that initial sample, 53 students (ages 16–34) were included in analyses. Methods: First-year students were screened for anxious and depressive symptoms at the beginning of their semester. Students who scored higher than… 

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