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Relationship between Socioeconomic Status, Prenatal Depression and Birth          Outcomes
Attitudes toward mental illness as expressed by relatives of veterans on regular trial visit, the Veterans Administration Center, Gulfport Division, Biloxi, Mississippi, January 1 - June 30, 1959
Continuance and discontinuance of treatment, the Leon County Mental Health Clinic, July 1, 1959-July 1, 1960
Difference between two subsamples of patients evaluated by the neuropsychiatric therapeutic review committee, Veterans Administration Hospital, Lenwood Division, Augusta, Georgia, June, 1959 to Augusta, 1959
Health Literacy as a Tool to Improve the Public Understanding of Alzheimer's          Disease
Longevity Candidate Genes and Their Association with Personality Traits in the          Elderly
High Neuroticism and Low Conscientiousness Are Associated with Interleukin-6
Cholesterol, Triglycerides, and the Five-Factor Model of Personality
Visual Perspective and Genetics
Trait Dissociation and the Subjective Affective, Motivational, and Phenomenological          Experience of Self-Defining Memories
Correlates and Phenomenology of First and Third Person Memories
Autobiographical Memory Phenomenology and Content Mediate Attachment Style and          Psychological Distress
Reciprocal Influences of Personality and Job Characteristics Across Middle          Adulthood
Genome-Wide Association Scan of Trait Depression
Meta-analysis of Genome-wide Association Studies Identifies Common Variants in CTNNA2          Associated with Excitement-seeking
Neuroticism, Depressive Symptoms, and Serum BDNF
Variants of the Serotonin Transporter Gene and NEO-PI-R Neuroticism
Cross-Cultural Studies of Personality Traits and Their Relevance to Psychiatry
BDNF Val66Met is Associated with Introversion and Interacts with 5-HTTLPR to Influence          Neuroticism
personality domains and styles of the five-factor model are related to incident          depression in Medicare recipients aged 65 to 100