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Concept Antidepressive Agents
Concept Antidepressive Agents, Tricyclic
Concept Antidepressive Agents, Second-Generation
Academic Article Regression toward the mean: more on the price of beer and the salaries of priests.
Academic Article Some conceptual and statistical issues in analysis of longitudinal psychiatric data. Application to the NIMH treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program dataset.
Academic Article A longitudinal study of plasma cortisol and depressive symptomatology by random regression analysis.
Academic Article A random-effects mixture model for classifying treatment response in longitudinal clinical trials.
Academic Article A comparison of mixed-effects quantile stratification propensity adjustment strategies for longitudinal treatment effectiveness analyses of continuous outcomes.
Academic Article Response of psychotic and nonpsychotic depressed patients to tricyclic antidepressants.
Academic Article Failure of urinary MHPG levels to predict treatment response in patients with unipolar depression.
Academic Article A mixed-effects quintile-stratified propensity adjustment for effectiveness analyses of ordered categorical doses.
Academic Article Performance of a propensity score adjustment in longitudinal studies with covariate-dependent representation.
Academic Article Two propensity score-based strategies for a three-decade observational study: investigating psychotropic medications and suicide risk.
Academic Article Bias reduction in effectiveness analyses of longitudinal ordinal doses with a mixed-effects propensity adjustment.
Academic Article Affect, interpersonal behaviour and interpersonal perception during open-label, uncontrolled paroxetine treatment of people with social anxiety disorder: a pilot study
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