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The Maudsley long-term follow-up of child and adolescent depression
British Journal of Psychiatry
Strong links exist between juvenile and adult depression but comorbid conduct disorder in childhood may mitigate this continuity. Aims To test the impact of comorbid conduct disorder on psychiatric adult outcomes. Method A group of 149 subjects assessed at the Maudsley Hospital in the period 1970–1983 and meeting DSM–IV criteria for major depressive disorder with (n=53) or without (n=96) conduct disorder were interviewed 20 years later. Data were collected on the lifetime history of psychiatricdoi:10.1192/bjp.179.3.210 pmid:11532797 fatcat:hvknsbf7wzb3bbhuxrkd7co4hu