Depression in the planet's largest ethnic group: the Chinese.

@article{Parker2001DepressionIT,
  title={Depression in the planet's largest ethnic group: the Chinese.},
  author={G. Parker and G. Gladstone and K. Chee},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={2001},
  volume={158 6},
  pages={
          857-64
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The authors reviewed the evidence for the claim that the Chinese tend to deny depression or express it somatically, examined the possible determinants of those characteristics, and explored implications of the findings for the diagnosis and management of depression in China and for psychiatry in the WEST: METHOD This paper reviews and interprets original studies and literature reviews considering emotional distress, depression, neurasthenia, and somatization in Chinese subjects… Expand
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