Cross-sectional survey of users of Internet depression communities
- Online tool to get RID of depression. Cameron, Amanda // New Zealand Doctor;10/8/2008, p32
The article reports that the researchers at Otago University are testing an online self-help programme for adults experiencing emotional distress. The web-based trial, Recovery via the Internet from Depression (RID), investigates if online information or therapy can improve health outcomes for...
- Head hunting in cyberspace. Nakamura, Lisa // Women's Review of Books;Feb2001, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p10
Discusses about avatars, depictions of the self or online identities. How avatars are raced; Textual descriptions; Experiences with NetNoir's chat-space Club Connect.
- SYPHILIS OUTBREAK IN CHAT ROOM USERS. // AIDS Patient Care & STDs;Nov2000, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p616
Reports on an outbreak of syphilis among users of an Internet chat room discovered by researchers from the San Francisco Department of Public Health and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Efforts to contain the outbreak; Advertising and electronic mail messages used by...
- DIFFERENTIATION OF SELF AND MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS: A TEST OF BOWEN THEORY AMONG CLINICAL, TRADITIONAL, AND INTERNET GROUPS. Elieson, Melisa V.; Rubin, Linda J. // Family Therapy: The Journal of the California Graduate School of;2001, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p125
In this study, the relationship between Major Depressive Disorder and Murray Bowen's (1978) theory of differentiation of self was examined. Level of differentiation of self was examined in clinically depressed and nondepressed populations. Nondepressed populations consisted of a student sample...
- Net addicts may get depressed. // South Asian Post;2/11/2010, p7
The article reports on the study conducted by Catriona Morrison and colleagues at the University of Leeds in England which found that people who spend more time at the Internet are more likely to suffer from depression.
- Net addicts may get depressed. // Asian Pacific Post;2/11/2010, p16
This article reports on a study which showed the prevalence of depression among Internet users.
- A test of the depressive realism hypothesis in clinically depressed subjects. Dobson, Keith S.; Pusch, Dennis // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Apr95, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p179
Tests the validity of the depressive realism phenomenon in persons suffering from clinical depression. Association between depression and negative thinking; Use of the Alloy and Abramson judgement of noncontingency task; Judgements of control in depressed, remitted and nondepressed subjects;...
- A depression managed by a city manager. Sowa, Mark // Public Management (00333611);Nov94, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p4
Discusses clinical depression as a depressive illness caused by a chemical imbalace in the brain. Symptoms of the illness; Processes of which how this can be treated. Types of clinical depression. INSETS: Myths and facts about clinical depression.;Populations at risk for the illness.;Signs of...
- Everything was coming up roses until... Niland, Ron // Public Management (00333611);Nov94, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p8
Narrates an experience with clinical depression. Personal and professional effects of depression on the individual; Hereditary connections; Government initiatives to help employees with psychiatric disorders. INSETS: Of note (provides clinical costs for depressed people).;Forms of help...