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S Assari and MM Lankarani
Abstract
Although stressful life events (SLEs) predict subsequent risk of developing a major depressive episode (MDE), limited information exists on whether or not race and gender alters the predictive role of SLE on risk of MDE over a long-term period. The current study explored race and gender differences in the long-term predictive role of SLE at baseline (1986) on subsequent risk of MDE 25 years later (2011) in a nationally representative cohort in the United States.
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Seasonal affective disorder, Dysthymia, Gender role, Nationalism, Race, Major depressive episode, Major depressive disorder, United States
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