Simulation of a Cohort Effect in Major Depression Lifetime Prevalence
AuthorPatten, Scott B.
Major Depressive Disorder
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AbstractA cohort effect would seem to be an unlikely explanation for the pattern of age-specific lifetime prevalence seen with major depression. If there is a cohort effect, there is likely to be a large increase in prevalence and a shift towards older age groups in upcoming decades.
Simulation of a cohort effect on major depression lifetime prevalence.