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Exercise Depression and Learning in Young Adolescent Boys: A Descriptive Study
The symptoms of adolescent depression are often dismissed as quirks of the age—increased irritability or agitation, lack of concentration, frequent complaints, sleep disturbances, eating disturbances, decrease in grades ...
The Roles of Theory of Mind and Empathy in the Relationship between Dysphoria and Poor Social Functioning
The current research, across three studies, examined two social practices that involve processing and responding to others’ emotions, theory of mind (ToM) and empathy, and how they relate to dysphoria and the social ...
The effect of nurse-coordinated telecare intervention on depressed mood and diabetes-related stress among community-dwelling older adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus in Southeastern Ontario
The purpose of the study was to examine the effects of nurse-coordinated telephone monitoring among community-dwelling older adults with type 2 diabetes. In a randomized controlled trial 28 participants (aged 65-84yrs) ...
An Investigation of Sleep Architecture and Consequent Cognitive Changes in Olanzapine Treated Patients with Depression
Objective: Primarily, to determine the effect of olanzapine augmentation therapy on sleep architecture, specifically slow wave sleep (SWS), in the treatment of depression. Secondarily, to determine the effect of olanzapine ...
Demand-Withdraw in the Marital Context of Depression
Consistently researchers have demonstrated that marital interactions of couples with and without a depressed partner differ. Given the high comorbidity of depression and marital distress, it is unclear whether observed ...
Personality, stressful life events, and treatment response in major depression
Major Depression (MD) currently affects over 17 million individuals in North America (Greenberg et al., 2003). Identifying factors predictive of MD treatment response is important for developing more efficacious treatments ...