First incidence depression in the Lundby Study: a comparison of the two time periods 1947-1972 and 1972-1997.

BACKGROUND The Lundby Study is a prospective, longitudinal study on a total population consisting of 3563 subjects during 50 years. This study compares first incidence rates of depression and cumulative probabilities for developing a depression over the two time periods 1947-1972 and 1972-1997. METHOD The Lundby Study started in 1947. Follow-ups were… CONTINUE READING