Psychosomatic Medicine November/December 2008 Table of Contents
8-Dec-2008 12:00 AM EST
Psychosomatic Medicine Volume 70 Issue 9 November/December 2009
Relationship of Genetic Variability and Depressive Symptoms to Adverse Events After Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery, Barbara Phillips-Bute, Joseph P. Mathew, James A. Blumenthal, Richard W. Morris, Mihai V. Podgoreanu, Michael Smith, Mark Stafford-Smith, Hilary P. Grocott, Debra A. Schwinn, Mark F. Newman for the Perioperative Genetics and Safety Outcomes (PEGASUS) Investigative Team
Depressive Symptoms and Serum Lipid Fractions in Middle-Aged Men: Physiologic and Health Behavior Links, Cornel Victor Igna, Juhani Julkunen, Hannu Vanhanen, Pertti Keskivaara, and Markku Verkasalo
Evidence of Dysregulated Peripheral Oxytocin Release Among Depressed Women, Jill M. Cyranowski, Tara L. Hofkens, Ellen Frank, Howard Seltman, Hou-Ming Cai, and Janet A. Amico
Influence of a "Warm Touch" Support Enhancement Intervention Among Married Couples on Ambulatory Blood Pressure, Oxytocin, Alpha Amylase, and Cortisol, Julianne Holt-Lunstad, Wendy A. Birmingham, and Kathleen C. Light
Individual and Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status Characteristics and Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome: The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) Study, Kristal L. Chichlowska, Kathryn M. Rose, Ana V. Diez-Roux, Sherita H. Golden, Annie M. McNeill, and Gerardo Heiss
Measurement Differences in Depression: Chronic Health-Related and Sociodemographic Effects in Older American, Frances M. Yang and Richard N. Jones
Long Sleep Duration is Associated With Serum Cholesterol in the Elderly: The Rotterdam Study, Julia F. van den Berg, Henk M. E. Miedema, Joke H. M. Tulen, Arie Knuistingh Neven, Albert Hofman, Jacqueline C. M. Witteman, and Henning Tiemeier
Associations Between Body Weight and Personality Disorders in a Nationally Representative Sample, Amber A. Mather, Brian J. Cox, Murray W. Enns, and Jitender Sareen
Depressed Mood, Positive Affect, and Heart Rate Variability in Patients With Suspected Coronary Artery Disease, Mimi R. Bhattacharyya, Daisy L. Whitehead, Roby Rakhit, and Andrew Steptoe
Acute Stress Disorder After Myocardial Infarction: Prevalence and Associated Factors, Marie-Anne Roberge, Gilles Dupuis, and AndrÃ© Marchand
Childhood Adversity, Early-Onset Depressive/Anxiety Disorders, and Adult-Onset Asthma, Kate M. Scott, Michael Von Korff, Jordi Alonso, Matthias C. Angermeyer, Corina Benjet, Ronny Bruffaerts, Giovanni de Girolamo, Josep Maria Haro, Ronald C. Kessler, Viviane Kovess, Yutaka Ono, Johan Ormel, and JosÃ© Posada-Villa
Stress Management Intervention Reduces Serum Cortisol and Increases Relaxation During Treatment for Nonmetastatic Breast Cancer, Kristin M. Phillips, Michael H. Antoni, Suzanne C. Lechner, Bonnie B. Blomberg, Maria M. Llabre, Eli Avisar, Stefan GlÃ¼ck, Robert DerHagopian, and Charles S. Carver
Reciprocal Affiliation Among Adolescent Rats During a Mild Group Stressor Predicts Mammary Tumors and Lifespan, Jason R. Yee, Sonia A. Cavigelli, Bertha Delgado, and Martha K. McClintock
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Overweight And Obesity Are Associated With Psychiatric Disorders: Are They?,Harald Baumeister and Martin HÃ¤rter
Response, Danielle Barry, Nancy M. Petry, Robert H. Pietrzak, and Julie Wagner
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