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Association between Personal Encounters and Incidence of Depression in Korean Middle-Aged and Elderly Adults: Result from the Korean Longitudinal Study of Aging

Kim JW, Lee NR, Lee HJ, Hong SW, Suh YS, Kim DH

Background: The effects of social activities, including personal encounters and social life, on the incidence of depression were investigated by evaluating the results of the Korean Longitudinal Study of Aging...
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Relationship of Psychosocial Factors and Alcohol Hangover in University Students

Kim MS, Park KW, Lee HJ, Ryu KY, Baek SY, Park WJ, Oh MK

Background: The drinking rate among college students is increasing, which increases the incidence of hangover. However, research is lacking on college students’ hangover experiences and the associated psychological issues. Thus,...
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Influences of Type D Personality, Depression, and Stress on Quality of Life in Migraine Patients

Jo E, Lee SJ, Jo JH, Oh SY

Purpose: This study investigated the effects of type D personality, depression and stress on quality of life in migraine patients and aimed to identify factors that affected their quality of...
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Predictors of anxiety and depression in Korean adults during COVID-19 pandemic

Sohn JN

Purpose: This study was conducted to identify the mental health status of Korean adults during the COVID-19 pandemic and to verify the predictors and mediating effects of avoidance coping on...
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Effects of Fear of Coronavirus Disease 2019 and Social Distancing on Women’s Suicidal Ideation: Mediating Effect of Depression

Kim HY, Park H

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the mediating effects of depression amid the influence of fear and social distancing arising from Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Korean women’s suicidal ideation....
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A Longitudinal Study of the Reciprocal Relationship between Depression and Income among Korean Older Men and Women

Lee J, Jeon GS

Purpose: This study examined the reciprocal relationships between depression and income, and gender differences in these relationships among older adults in South Korea. Methods: Using 2015 to 2019 of the...
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Psychiatric Comorbidities in Adults with DiGeorge Syndrome

Patel H, Vadukapuram R, Mansuri Z, Trivedi C, Brar KS, Beg U, Patel J, Ibrahim A, Zafar MK

Objective: DiGeorge Syndrome (DGS) is a common multisystem disorder associated with deletions on chromosome 22q11.2. Our objective is to evaluate the psychiatric comorbidities and demographics of patients suffering from DGS...
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Impact of Depression and Social Support on Medication Adherence in Older Adults with Multimorbidity

Kim JE, Park JH, You MA, Seo EJ

Purpose: Medication adherence in older adults with multimorbidity is critical for self-care. The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to identify the factors that influence medication adherence in older adults...
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Depression, Anxiety and Associated Factors in Family Caregivers of People With Dementia

Hong SJ, Ko E, Choi M, Sung NJ, Han MI

Objectives This study examined the level of depression and anxiety and the related factors, especially the knowledge and attitudes towards dementia, of people caring for a family member with dementia. Methods...
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Factors Affecting Depression in Nursing Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Koh JR, Jeon J

Purpose This study investigated the factors affecting depression in nursing students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods The participants of this descriptive study were 183 nursing students at four nursing colleges. Data were collected...
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Relationship between Depression and Constipation: Results from a Large Cross-sectional Study in Adults

Adibi P, Abdoli M, Daghaghzadeh H, Keshteli AH, Afshar H, Roohafza H, Esmaillzadeh A, Feizi A

Background/Aims: Accumulating evidence based on a few studies suggests a relationship between depression and functional constipation. This study examined whether depression is associated with a higher risk of functional constipation...
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Effect of White Matter Hyperintensities on Daily Function via Depressive Symptoms: A Longitudinal Study in Patients With Dementia Including Alzheimer’s Disease and Subcortical Ischemic Vascular Dementia

Jeong HW, Lee CH, Kim DH

Objective This study aimed to investigate the mediation effect of depressive symptoms on the relationship between white matter hyperintensities and the basic activities of daily living (BADL) using an integrated...
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Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping of Brain Iron Deposition in Patients With Recurrent Depression

Duan X, Xie Y, Zhu X, Chen L, Li F, Feng G, Li L

Objective Recurrence is the most significant feature of depression and the relationship between iron and recurrent depression is still lack of direct evidence in vivo. Methods Twenty-one patients with depression and...
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Machine Learning on Early Diagnosis of Depression

Lee KS, Ham BJ

To review the recent progress of machine learning for the early diagnosis of depression (major depressive disorder). The source of data was 32 original studies in the Web of Science....
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Suicidality and Its Risk Factor in Migraine Patients

Seo JG, Kim BK, Chu MK, Cho SJ, Chung PW, Moon HS, Kim BS, Ahn JY, Sohn JH, Chung JM, Choi YJ, Moon HJ, Park SP

Background: Migraine patients have a higher frequency of suicidality than people without migraine. The aim of this study was to identify suicidality and its risk factors in migraine patients. Methods: We...
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Review and Future Perspectives of the Korea Counseling Center for Fertility and Depression Based on User Characteristics: Focusing on Those During Pregnancy and Early After Delivery

Kim J, Chu K, Chon SJ, Cho SE, Lee TH, Lee SJ, Tae CM, Lim JY, Yang JB, Choi A

Purpose: This study examined the current status of counseling services provided by the Korea Counseling Center for Fertility and Depression, analyzing the characteristics of peripartum women and baby-rearing mothers and...
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Unsupervised Machine Learning to Identify Depressive Subtypes

Kung B, Chiang M, Perera G, Pritchard M, Stewart R

Objectives: This study evaluated an unsupervised machine learning method, latent Dirichlet allocation (LDA), as a method for identifying subtypes of depression within symptom data. Methods: Data from 18,314 depressed patients...
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Risk Factors for Self-reported Irritable Bowel Syndrome With Prior Psychiatric Disorder: The Lifelines Cohort Study

Creed F

  • KMID: 2531218
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2022 Jul;28(3):442-453.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm21041
Background/Aims The role of psychiatric disorder in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is not clear. This study aims to assess whether individuals who have psychiatric disorder prior to IBS onset differ in...
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Factors Associated With Depression and Anxiety in Korean Adolescents During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kim H, Jhon M, Kim JW, Kang HJ, Ryu S, Kim JM, Lee JY, Kim SW

Objective This study was performed to identify factors associated with depression and anxiety among Korean adolescents during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Methods We conducted a cross-sectional study of 1,898 Korean...
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Association between Type and Intensity of Physical Activity and Depression

Chang Y, Park KY, Hwang HS, Park HK

Background: Although numerous studies have indicated that lower levels of physical activity correlate with a higher risk of depression, an association between the type of physical activity and depression has...
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