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(Journal of affective disorders[TA])
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  • The role of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (n-3PUFAs) in affective disorders. [Review]
  • JAJ Affect Disord 2016 Dec 30
  • Ciappolino V, Delvecchio G, … Brambilla P
  • CONCLUSIONS: there are only some evidence on the efficacy of n-3PUFAs in affective disorders especially to unipolar and bipolar depression not powered enough to confirm a therapeutic effect for affective disorder. Therefore, further studies with larger and more homogeneous samples, are required to confirm these effects.
  • Has the symptom severity inclusion requirement narrowed the definition of major depressive disorder in antidepressant efficacy trials? [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Affect Disord 2017 Jan 04; 211:60-64
  • Zimmerman M, Walsh E, … Dalrymple K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study was conducted in a single outpatient practice in which the majority of patients were white, female, and had health insurance. Although the study was limited to a single site, a strength of the recruitment procedure was that the sample was not selected for participation in a treatment study, and exclusion and inclusion criteria did not reduce the representativeness of the patient groups.While there is not a perfect relationship between the HAMD score and the number of DSM MDD criteria present, the results of the current study suggest that HAMD scores can be thought of as a proxy for the number of DSM diagnostic criteria. Thus, the recruitment strategy for AETs has increasingly redefined the MDD diagnostic category by requiring a greater number of criteria than that required in the DSM.
  • A systematic review of adult attachment and social anxiety. [Review]
  • JAJ Affect Disord 2016 Dec 19; 211:44-59
  • Manning RP, Dickson JM, … Taylor PJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Due to a lack of longitudinal research, the direction of effect between attachment and social anxiety variables could not be inferred. There was substantial heterogeneity in the way that attachment was conceptualised and assessed across studies.The literature indicates that attachment style is associated with social anxiety. Clinicians may wish to consider attachment theory when working clinically with this population. In the future, it may be useful to target the processes that mediate the relationship between attachment and social anxiety.
  • The evolving relationship between premorbid intelligence and serious depression across the lifespan - A longitudinal study of 43,540 Swedish men. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Affect Disord 2017 Jan 06; 211:37-43
  • Lager E, Melin B, … Sörberg Wallin A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study includes men only, and the number of available places for in-patient care decreased during the follow-up period.For the first time, we have shown that the association between lower intelligence and depression decreases over time. The attenuation of the association in the adjusted models suggests a slower accumulation of depressogenic stressors among people with a higher IQ-score. Further exploration of intelligence's role in the etiology of depression across the lifespan is required in order to facilitate adequate diagnoses and ameliorating interventions.
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