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Age of onset and timing of treatment for mental and substance use disorders: implications for preventive intervention strategies and models of care
Current Opinion in Psychiatry
Purpose of review To provide an update of the recent studies on the age of onset of the major mental illnesses, with a special focus on the prospects for prevention and early intervention. Recent findings The studies reviewed here confirm previous reports on the age of onset of the major mental disorders. While the behaviour disorders, and certain anxiety disorders, emerge during childhood, most of the high prevalence disorders (anxiety, mood and substance use) emerge during adolescence anddoi:10.1097/yco.0b013e3283477a09 pmid:21532481 fatcat:zbcwyvfznnfmlae4zji4mjx6su