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Stress and depression: a test of the buffering model of social support.

Aneshensel CS, Stone JD.

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1982 Dec;39(12):1392-6.

PMID:
7149899
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The influence of adversity and perceived social support on the outcome of major depressive disorder in subjects with different levels of depressive symptoms.

Leskelä U, Rytsälä H, Komulainen E, Melartin T, Sokero P, Lestelä-Mielonen P, Isometsä E.

Psychol Med. 2006 Jun;36(6):779-88. Epub 2006 Mar 28.

PMID:
16566849
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Social support, stress, and depressive symptoms among the elderly: test of a process model.

Russell DW, Cutrona CE.

Psychol Aging. 1991 Jun;6(2):190-201.

PMID:
1863388
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Alternative models of the stress buffering hypothesis.

Landerman R, George LK, Campbell RT, Blazer DG.

Am J Community Psychol. 1989 Oct;17(5):625-42.

PMID:
2627025
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Stress buffering effects of social support on depressive symptoms in middle age: reciprocity and community mental health.

Takizawa T, Kondo T, Sakihara S, Ariizumi M, Watanabe N, Oyama H.

Psychiatry Clin Neurosci. 2006 Dec;60(6):652-61. Erratum in: Psychiatry Clin Neurosci. 2007 Jun;61(3):336-7.

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Perceived support and adjustment to stress in a general population sample of female twins.

Kessler RC, Kendler KS, Heath A, Neale MC, Eaves LJ.

Psychol Med. 1994 May;24(2):317-34.

PMID:
8084928
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Stress, social support, and depressive symptomatology in children with congenital/acquired limb deficiencies.

Varni JW, Rubenfeld LA, Talbot D, Setoguchi Y.

J Pediatr Psychol. 1989 Dec;14(4):515-30.

PMID:
2607391
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Positive life events and social support and the relationship between life stress and psychological disorder.

Cohen LH, McGowan J, Fooskas S, Rose S.

Am J Community Psychol. 1984 Oct;12(5):567-87.

PMID:
6496413
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Social support, stress, and well-being among older adults.

Krause N.

J Gerontol. 1986 Jul;41(4):512-9.

PMID:
3722737
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Evaluating the mediating effects of social support upon life events and depressive symptoms.

Bell RA, LeRoy JB, Stephenson JJ.

J Community Psychol. 1982 Oct;10(4):325-40.

PMID:
10259110
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Divorcing mothers and social support: testing the specificity of buffering effects.

Tetzloff CE, Barrera M Jr.

Am J Community Psychol. 1987 Aug;15(4):419-34.

PMID:
3673953
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Toward a multi-method approach to assessing the effects of social support.

Sandler IN, Barrera M Jr.

Am J Community Psychol. 1984 Feb;12(1):37-52.

PMID:
6711491
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Stress, social support, and the buffering hypothesis.

Cohen S, Wills TA.

Psychol Bull. 1985 Sep;98(2):310-57. Review. No abstract available.

PMID:
3901065
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Social support, negative life events and mental health.

Dalgard OS, Bjørk S, Tambs K.

Br J Psychiatry. 1995 Jan;166(1):29-34.

PMID:
7894872
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Sex roles and social support as moderators of life stress adjustment.

Roos PE, Cohen LH.

J Pers Soc Psychol. 1987 Mar;52(3):576-85.

PMID:
3572725
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Postpartum depression. A role for social network and life stress variables.

O'Hara MW, Rehm LP, Campbell SB.

J Nerv Ment Dis. 1983 Jun;171(6):336-41.

PMID:
6854298
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Predictors of depression in Thai women.

Sangon S.

Res Theory Nurs Pract. 2004 Summer-Fall;18(2-3):243-60.

PMID:
15553350

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