Demographic, family, and occupational characteristics associated with major depression: the Harvard study of moods and cycles.

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OBJECTIVE This study assesses the extent to which women with and without major depression differ by demographic, familial, and occupational characteristics. METHOD From a community-based sample, the authors identified 332 women with and 644 women without current or past major depression based on Structured Clinical Interviews for DSM-IV. Demographic and… (More)

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@article{Harlow2002DemographicFA, title={Demographic, family, and occupational characteristics associated with major depression: the Harvard study of moods and cycles.}, author={Bernard L. Harlow and L. S. Cohen and Michael Otto and Rachael Liberman and Donna Spiegelman and Daniel W. Cramer}, journal={Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica}, year={2002}, volume={105 3}, pages={209-17} }