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There are no appreciable differences in social contacts, use of health services or six-month prevalence rates of psychiatric disorders including major depression, alcohol or drug abuse.
      
Fifteen Hmong refugees with major depression were compared with 15 Hmong controls matched for gender, age, marital status, and rural-urban origins from the same population.
      
These findings are assessed in light of the diachronic studies of major depression and of depressive symptoms in the general population.
      
No differences were found in the occurrence of the related factors between persons with dysthymic disorder and persons with major depression.
      
An income level of less than ten thousand dollars was independently associated with a lifetime diagnosis of major depression.
      
Phobias are found to be the most common psychiatric disorder in the community, more common than major depression or alcohol abuse or dependence in the month prior to interview.
      
Patients with agoraphobic avoidance, past major depression and longer duration of illness used medical and psychiatric treatment facilities more intensely.
      
Compared with Catholics and Protestants, Jews had significantly higher rates of major depression and dysthymia, but lower rates of alcohol abuse.
      
Diagnostic interviews were administered 1 year apart to identify incident cases of major depression among 7,737 continuing participants of the Epidemiologic Catchment Area Program aged 40 years and older.
      
Compared to men with more than 12 years of schooling, women with less schooling were at especially increased risk for major depression over the course of the 1-year follow-up interval (RR=3.26; 95% CI, 1.78-5.95).
      
The estimated cutoff points of the CES-D that best predicted DIS current major depression were different between the two ethnic groups; 17 for Cuban Americans, and 20 for Puerto Ricans.
      
Dysthymic disorder was the commonest category of depression in both sexes, with atypical depression the second most common category among the men and major depression among the women.
      
The odds of dying for those with major depressive disorder were over 2.6 times (CI=1.1, 6.0) those without major depression.
      
We utilized descriptive and multivariate statistics to examine the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D)-assessed depressive symptomatology and the DSM-III/DIS specification of major depression.
      
For both 6-month and 1-month DIS major depression, age, disrupted marital status, and income of less than $ 5,000 were significant risk factors.
      
For 6-month DIS major depression, never-married persons had a higher risk for depression.
      
In inpatient settings, costs of physician procedures and laboratory services were 2 times greater for patients with major depression or bipolar disorder than for patients with depression not otherwise specified (NOS) or dysthymic disorder.
      
The average costs of treating major depression were about 4 times greater in the specialised hospital unit than in the standard hospital unit and the crisis intervention centre.
      
Half the respondents were presented with a vignette describing a person with major depression and the other half with a vignette describing schizophrenia.
      
Major depression was about four times as prevalent in nonhomeless men as in homeless men.
      
 

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