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Analysis of Gender Differences in Self-Statements and Mood Disorders

  title={Analysis of Gender Differences in Self-Statements and Mood Disorders},
  author={R. DeVore and M. Pritchard},
  journal={McNair Scholars Research Journal},
Over 25% of adult Americans suffer from a mental disorder each year, with depression and anxiety being some of the most commonly reported issues. Researchers estimate that between 10% and 50% of adult Americans will suffer from a depressive episode at some point in their life, and cognitive theorists argue that mental states, including disorders, are generated and maintained by personal, subjective beliefs, and that events can only be appropriately labeled by the individual experiencing them… Expand
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