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Metaanalyse av effekten av fysisk aktivitet som behandling av angst på et klinisk utvalg
(The University of Bergen, 2010-11-21)
Anxiety disorders are highly prevalent and are frequently under-treated. The majority of those suffering from anxiety disorders do not seek professional help, and the health care system is currently not able to meet the ...
Giardia Patients in Bergen with Continued Complaints: Current Status on Gastrointestinal Complaints, anxiety, depression and neuroticism
(The University of Bergen, 2008-10-23)
The aim was to investigate 111 former Giardia patients in Bergen, in context of the subjective health complaints field. Gastrointestinal complaints and its relation to anxiety, depression and neuroticism were assessed ...
Do gastrointestinal complaints increase the risk for subsequent medically certified long-term sickness absence? The HUSK study
(BioMed Central, 2011-07-29)
Background: Gastrointestinal complaints are very common in the general population and very often co-occur with common mental disorders. We aimed to study the prospective impact of gastrointestinal complaints on long ...
The impact of maternal smoking during pregnancy on depressive and anxiety behaviors in children: the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study
(BioMed Central, 2015-02-03)
Background: Maternal smoking during pregnancy (MSDP) is associated with multiple adverse childhood outcomes including externalizing behaviors. However, the association between MSDP and internalizing (anxiety and depressive) ...
Emosjonsregulering hos ungdom med ADHD, og betydningen av emosjonell labilitet for symptomer på angst og depresjon
(The University of Bergen, 2016-12-15)
During the last decades, there has been an increase in literature showing that emotional dysregulation seems to be a core feature of ADHD. Although the prevalence estimates are high, less is known about the specific ...
Prenatal Psychosocial Risk Factors for the Development of Postpartum Depression
(The University of Bergen, 2012-04-14)
In this study, multiple regression analysis was used to investigate the importance of prenatal psychosocial risk factors for the development of symptoms of postpartum depression in a community sample. The sample (N = ...