Social network determinants of depression

@article{Rosenquist2011SocialND,
  title={Social network determinants of depression},
  author={J. Niels Rosenquist and James H. Fowler and Nicholas A. Christakis},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={273-281}
}
The etiology of depression has long been thought to include social environmental factors. To quantitatively explore the novel possibility of person-to-person spread and network-level determination of depressive symptoms, analyses were performed on a densely interconnected social network of 12 067 people assessed repeatedly over 32 years as part of the Framingham Heart Study. Longitudinal statistical models were used to examine whether depressive symptoms in one person were associated with… CONTINUE READING
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