Investigating differential symptom profiles in major depressive episode with and without generalized anxiety disorder: true co-morbidity or symptom similarity?

@article{Sunderland2010InvestigatingDS,
  title={Investigating differential symptom profiles in major depressive episode with and without generalized anxiety disorder: true co-morbidity or symptom similarity?},
  author={Matthew Sunderland and Louise Mewton and Tim Slade and Andrew J. Baillie},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={40 7},
  pages={1113-23}
}
BACKGROUND Large community-based epidemiological surveys have consistently identified high co-morbidity between major depressive episode (MDE) and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Some have suggested that this co-morbidity may be artificial and the product of the current diagnostic system. Because of the added direct and indirect costs associated with co-morbidity, it is important to investigate whether methods of diagnostic classification are artificially increasing the level of observed co… CONTINUE READING
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