The stability and change of etiological influences on depression, anxiety symptoms and their co-occurrence across adolescence and young adulthood

@inproceedings{Waszczuk2016TheSA,
  title={The stability and change of etiological influences on depression, anxiety
symptoms and their co-occurrence across adolescence and young adulthood},
  author={Monika A Waszczuk and Helena M. S. Zavos and Alice M. Gregory and Thalia C Eley},
  booktitle={Psychological medicine},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Depression and anxiety persist within and across diagnostic boundaries. The manner in which common v. disorder-specific genetic and environmental influences operate across development to maintain internalizing disorders and their co-morbidity is unclear. This paper investigates the stability and change of etiological influences on depression, panic, generalized, separation and social anxiety symptoms, and their co-occurrence, across adolescence and young adulthood. METHOD A total… CONTINUE READING
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