Epidemiology of major depressive disorder

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Stegenga, B.T. (2011)
  • Publisher: Utrecht University
  • Subject:
    mesheuropmc: behavioral disciplines and activities | mental disorders

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a serious health problem and will be the second leading cause of burden of disease worldwide by 2030. To be able to prevent MDD, insight into risk factors for the onset of MDD is of clear importance. On the other hand, if onset of MDD ... View more
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