Appendix DExcluded Studies

Publication Details

All studies listed below were reviewed in their full-text version and excluded for the reason indicated in bold. Reasons for exclusion signify only the usefulness of the articles for this study and are not intended as criticisms of the articles.

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  1. Buist AE, Bilszta J. Perinatal mental illness: Identifying and managing women at risk. Med Today. 2011;12(1):64–8.

Not a Full Publication (Abstract Only), or Not Original Peer-Reviewed Data

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  30. Bortner JL, Sapotichne BF, Stepp SD, et al. Examining the overlap between borderline personality disorder symptoms and postpartum depression in adolescent mothers. Archives of Women’s Mental Health. 2011;14(SUPPL 1):S61.
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  32. Buttner M, Kopelman RC, Stuart SP. Seeking care for perinatal depression: What do women really worry about. Archives of Women’s Mental Health. 2011;14(SUPPL 1):S12–S13.
  33. Buttner MM, Stuart S, O’Hara MW. Moving beyond the EPDS: The association between postpartum depressive symptoms and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Archives of Women’s Mental Health. 2011;14(SUPPL 1):S62.
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No Interventions of Interest, or Timing of Intervention Not Within Range

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