Genetic and population perspectives on life events and depression

Abstract

Population comparisons of epidemiological surveys using the same investigator-based measures suggest that large differences are possible in the experience of clinically relevant depression and of life events capable of provoking such episodes. It is argued that, given the great majority of onsets in the various populations were provoked by a life event, the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s001270050067

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