Personal characteristics associated with consistency of recall of depressed or anhedonic mood in the 13-year follow-up of the Baltimore Epidemiologic Catchment Area survey.

@article{Thompson2004PersonalCA,
  title={Personal characteristics associated with consistency of recall of depressed or anhedonic mood in the 13-year follow-up of the Baltimore Epidemiologic Catchment Area survey.},
  author={Richard William Thompson and Hillary R. Bogner and James Charles Coyne and Joseph J. Gallo and William W. Eaton},
  journal={Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica},
  year={2004},
  volume={109 5},
  pages={345-54}
}
OBJECTIVE Our study addressed two primary questions: (1) How reliable is long-term recall of lifetime history of episodes of depressed mood? (2) What characteristics are associated with consistent recall of this history? METHOD Psychiatric symptoms were assessed in a population-based longitudinal survey of 1498 persons twice, in 1981 and 1994. Respondents whose reports of history of depressed affect were discordant after a 13-year follow-up interval were compared with those whose reports were… CONTINUE READING

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