Sex differences in mood disorders: perspectives from humans and rodent models

@inproceedings{Seney2014SexDI,
  title={Sex differences in mood disorders: perspectives from humans and rodent models},
  author={Marianne L Seney and Etienne Sibille},
  booktitle={Biology of Sex Differences},
  year={2014}
}
Mood disorders are devastating, often chronic illnesses characterized by low mood, poor affect, and anhedonia. Notably, mood disorders are approximately twice as prevalent in women compared to men. If sex differences in mood are due to underlying biological sex differences, a better understanding of the biology is warranted to develop better treatment or even prevention of these debilitating disorders. In this review, our goals are to: 1) summarize the literature related to mood disorders with… CONTINUE READING

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