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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 109, Number 5, May 2004

Illness prediction in psychiatry
pp. 323-324(2)
Authors: Szabo, Christopher P.; Coryell, William H.

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The Munich vulnerability study on affective disorders: premorbid psychometric profile of affected individuals
pp. 332-338(7)
Authors: Ising, M.; Lauer, C. J.; Holsboer, F.; Modell, S.

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The predictive effect of episodes on the risk of recurrence in depressive and bipolar disorders – a life-long perspective
pp. 339-344(6)
Authors: Kessing, L. V.; Hansen, M. G.; Andersen, P. K.; Angst, J.

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Anxiety and depression: a 40-year perspective on relationships regarding prevalence, distribution, and comorbidity
pp. 355-375(21)
Authors: Murphy, J. M.; Horton, N. J.; Laird, N. M.; Monson, R. R.; Sobol, A. M.; Leighton, A. H.

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Studying personality characteristics in bipolar depressed subjects: how comparator group selection can dictate results
pp. 376-382(7)
Authors: Parker, G.; Parker, K.; Malhi, G.; Wilhelm, K.; Mitchell, P.

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Kinematical analysis of handwriting movements in depressed patients
pp. 383-391(9)
Authors: Mergl, R.; Juckel, G.; Rihl, J.; Henkel, V.; Karner, M.; Tigges, P.; Schröter, A.; Hegerl, U.

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High neuroticism and depressive temperament are associated with dysfunctional regulation of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenocortical system in healthy volunteers
pp. 392-399(8)
Authors: Zobel, A.; Barkow, K.; Schulze-Rauschenbach, S.; von Widdern, O.; Metten, M.; Pfeiffer, U.; Schnell, S.; Wagner, M.; Maier, W.

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Books received (selected titles)
pp. 400-400(1)
Author: Munk-Jørgensen, Povl

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Biographies
pp. 401-402(2)
Author: Munk-Jørgensen, Povl

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