Latent class analysis of lifetime depressive symptoms in the national comorbidity survey.

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OBJECTIVE Although clinical trials have documented the importance of identifying individuals with major depression with atypical features, there are fewer epidemiological data. In a prior report, the authors used latent class analysis (LCA) to identify a distinctive atypical depressive subtype; they sought to replicate that finding in the current study… (More)

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@article{Sullivan1998LatentCA, title={Latent class analysis of lifetime depressive symptoms in the national comorbidity survey.}, author={Patrick F Sullivan and Ronald C Kessler and Kenneth S. Kendler}, journal={The American journal of psychiatry}, year={1998}, volume={155 10}, pages={1398-406} }