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E S Gershon, M M Weissman, J J Guroff, B A Prusoff, J F Leckman. J Affect Disord 1986
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A family study of schizoaffective, bipolar I, bipolar II, unipolar, and normal control probands.
E S Gershon, J Hamovit, J J Guroff, E Dibble, J F Leckman, W Sceery, S D Targum, J I Nurnberger, L R Goldin, W E Bunney. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1982
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Psychiatric disorders in the relatives of probands with affective disorders. The Yale University--National Institute of Mental Health Collaborative Study.
M M Weissman, E S Gershon, K K Kidd, B A Prusoff, J F Leckman, E Dibble, J Hamovit, W D Thompson, D L Pauls, J J Guroff. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1984
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Recurrent and nonrecurrent depression. A family study.
R C Bland, S C Newman, H Orn. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1986
108
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Understanding the clinical heterogeneity of major depression using family data.
M M Weissman, K R Merikangas, P Wickramaratne, K K Kidd, B A Prusoff, J F Leckman, D L Pauls. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1986
127
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The family history method using diagnostic criteria. Reliability and validity.
N C Andreasen, J Endicott, R L Spitzer, G Winokur. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1977
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A hospital-based twin register of the heritability of DSM-IV unipolar depression.
P McGuffin, R Katz, S Watkins, J Rutherford. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996
239
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Variability in rates of affective disorders in relatives of depressed and normal probands.
M M Weissman, K K Kidd, B A Prusoff. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1982
166
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Onset of major depression in early adulthood. Increased familial loading and specificity.
M M Weissman, P Wickramaratne, K R Merikangas, J F Leckman, B A Prusoff, K A Caruso, K K Kidd, G D Gammon. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1984
250
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The clinical characteristics of major depression as indices of the familial risk to illness.
K S Kendler, M C Neale, R C Kessler, A C Heath, L J Eaves. Br J Psychiatry 1994
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Comparison of the family history method to direct interview. Factors affecting the diagnosis of depression.
H Orvaschel, W D Thompson, A Belanger, B A Prusoff, K K Kidd. J Affect Disord 1982
121
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Genetic epidemiology of major depression: review and meta-analysis.
P F Sullivan, M C Neale, K S Kendler. Am J Psychiatry 2000
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Best estimate of lifetime psychiatric diagnosis: a methodological study.
J F Leckman, D Sholomskas, W D Thompson, A Belanger, M M Weissman. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1982
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Family history in recurrent depression.
D J Kupfer, E Frank, L L Carpenter, K Neiswanger. J Affect Disord 1989
65
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A population-based twin study of major depression in women. The impact of varying definitions of illness.
K S Kendler, M C Neale, R C Kessler, A C Heath, L J Eaves. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1992
289
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The lifetime history of major depression in women. Reliability of diagnosis and heritability.
K S Kendler, M C Neale, R C Kessler, A C Heath, L J Eaves. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1993
247
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Psychiatric disorders in the biological and adoptive families of adopted individuals with affective disorders.
P H Wender, S S Kety, D Rosenthal, F Schulsinger, J Ortmann, I Lunde. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1986
304
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Research diagnostic criteria: rationale and reliability.
R L Spitzer, J Endicott, E Robins. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1978
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A registry-based twin study of depression in men.
M J Lyons, S A Eisen, J Goldberg, W True, N Lin, J M Meyer, R Toomey, S V Faraone, M Merla-Ramos, M T Tsuang. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1998
123
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Lifetime and 12-month prevalence of DSM-III-R psychiatric disorders in the United States. Results from the National Comorbidity Survey.
R C Kessler, K A McGonagle, S Zhao, C B Nelson, M Hughes, S Eshleman, H U Wittchen, K S Kendler. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1994
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Clinical characteristics of major depression that predict risk of depression in relatives.
K S Kendler, C O Gardner, C A Prescott. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1999
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Children of depressed parents. Increased psychopathology and early onset of major depression.
M M Weissman, G D Gammon, K John, K R Merikangas, V Warner, B A Prusoff, D Sholomskas. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1987
367
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Hazard, heredity and depression. A family study.
P McGuffin, R Katz, P Bebbington. J Psychiatr Res 1987
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Subtypes of depression. Family study perspective.
J F Leckman, M M Weissman, B A Prusoff, K A Caruso, K R Merikangas, D L Pauls, K K Kidd. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1984
111
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Family-genetic studies of psychiatric disorders. Developing technologies.
M M Weissman, K R Merikangas, K John, P Wickramaratne, B A Prusoff, K K Kidd. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1986
160
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The family history approach to diagnosis. How useful is it?
N C Andreasen, J Rice, J Endicott, T Reich, W Coryell. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1986
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An evaluation of the family history method for ascertaining psychiatric disorders.
W D Thompson, H Orvaschel, B A Prusoff, K K Kidd. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1982
254
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Long-term reliability of diagnosing lifetime major depression in a community sample.
E J Bromet, L O Dunn, M M Connell, M A Dew, H C Schulberg. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1986
204
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The relationship between panic disorder and major depression. A new family study.
M M Weissman, P Wickramaratne, P B Adams, J D Lish, E Horwath, D Charney, S W Woods, E Leeman, E Frosch. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1993
142
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Effects of informant mental disorder on psychiatric family history data.
T F Chapman, S Mannuzza, D F Klein, A J Fyer. Am J Psychiatry 1994
81
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The family history method: whose psychiatric history is measured?
K S Kendler, J L Silberg, M C Neale, R C Kessler, A C Heath, L J Eaves. Am J Psychiatry 1991
157
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Nature, nurture and depression: a twin study.
P McGuffin, R Katz, J Rutherford. Psychol Med 1991
60
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Birth-cohort trends in rates of major depressive disorder among relatives of patients with affective disorder.
G L Klerman, P W Lavori, J Rice, T Reich, J Endicott, N C Andreasen, M B Keller, R M Hirschfield. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1985
241
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Familial rates of affective disorder. A report from the National Institute of Mental Health Collaborative Study.
N C Andreasen, J Rice, J Endicott, W Coryell, W M Grove, T Reich. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1987
179
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Evidence for homogeneity of major depression and bipolar affective disorder.
H C Stancer, E Persad, D K Wagener, T Jorna. J Psychiatr Res 1987
25
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Blindness and reliability in lifetime psychiatric diagnosis.
C Mazure, E S Gershon. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1979
161
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Appetite disturbance and excessive guilt in major depression. Use of family study data to define depressive subtypes.
J F Leckman, K A Caruso, B A Prusoff, M M Weissman, K R Merikangas, D L Pauls. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1984
37
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Major depressive disorder in a community-based twin sample: are there different genetic and environmental contributions for men and women?
L J Bierut, A C Heath, K K Bucholz, S H Dinwiddie, P A Madden, D J Statham, M P Dunne, N G Martin. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1999
162
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A Danish twin study of manic-depressive disorders.
A Bertelsen, B Harvald, M Hauge. Br J Psychiatry 1977
334
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An adoption study of depressive disorders and substance abuse.
A L von Knorring, C R Cloninger, M Bohman, S Sigvardsson. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1983
88
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Continuity and discontinuity of affective disorders and schizophrenia. Results of a controlled family study.
W Maier, D Lichtermann, J Minges, J Hallmayer, R Heun, O Benkert, D F Levinson. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1993
292
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Retrospective assessment of prepubertal major depression with the Kiddie-SADS-e.
H Orvaschel, J Puig-Antich, W Chambers, M A Tabrizi, R Johnson. J Am Acad Child Psychiatry 1982
641
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Cross-national epidemiology of major depression and bipolar disorder.
M M Weissman, R C Bland, G J Canino, C Faravelli, S Greenwald, H G Hwu, P R Joyce, E G Karam, C K Lee, J Lellouch,[...]. JAMA 1996
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Bipolar affective disorders linked to DNA markers on chromosome 11.
J A Egeland, D S Gerhard, D L Pauls, J N Sussex, K K Kidd, C R Allen, A M Hostetter, D E Housman. Nature 1987
626
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A population-based twin study of lifetime major depression in men and women.
K S Kendler, C A Prescott. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1999
327
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Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.