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Chronic Inflammation and Quality of Life in Older Adults
Coercion
Limits of Evidence Based Medicine and Its Application to Mental Health Evidence-Based Practice. (Part One)
Madness or Mental Illness?
Limits of Evidence Based Medicine and Its Application to Mental Health Evidence-Based Practice. (Part Two)
Effect of Birth Cohort on Well-Being
Perceived Weight Discrimination and Obesity
Depressive Symptoms Are Associated with Weight Gain Among Women
Impulsivity-Related Traits Are Associated with Higher White Blood Cell Counts
Longevity Candidate Genes and Their Association with Personality Traits in the          Elderly
Correlates of HPV Knowledge in the Era of HPV Vaccination
Trait Dissociation and the Subjective Affective, Motivational, and Phenomenological          Experience of Self-Defining Memories
Neuroticism, Depressive Symptoms, and Serum BDNF
Personality and Obesity Across the Adult Life Span
Personality Traits Prospectively Predict Verbal Fluency in a Lifespan Sample
Genetics of Serum BDNF
Plasma BDNF Concentration, Val66Met Genetic Variant and Depression-Related Personality          Traits
Sex-Specific Correlates of Walking Speed in a Wide Age-Ranged Population
Trait Antagonism and the Progression of Arterial Thickening
Neural Correlates of Neuroticism Differ by Sex Prospectively Mediate Depressive          Symptoms Among Older Women
Personality and Metabolic Syndrome
Genome-Wide Association Scan of Trait Depression
Variants of the Serotonin Transporter Gene and NEO-PI-R Neuroticism
What Are the Most Effective Methods for Managing General Psychosocial Stress?
Perceptions of Aging Across 26 Cultures and Their Culture-Level Associates
Autobiographical Memory Phenomenology and Content Mediate Attachment Style and          Psychological Distress
Personality and Career Success
Cross-Cultural Studies of Personality Traits and Their Relevance to Psychiatry
Smoking and the Five-Factor Model of Personality