Comments on the initial papers from Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Implications for intervention and prevention from the New Zealand and Australian mental health surveys
National surveys of mental disorders : are they researching scientific facts or constructing useful myths?
Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Prevalence, interference with life and severity of 12 month DSM-IV disorders in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Twelve-month and lifetime health service use in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Lifetime prevalence and projected lifetime risk of DSM-IV disorders in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Mental disorder comorbidity in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Mental–physical comorbidity in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Disability in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Suicidal behaviour in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Ethnic comparisons of the 12 month prevalence of mental disorders and treatment contact in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Prevalence of mental disorders among Māori in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
Twelve-month and lifetime prevalences of mental disorders and treatment contact among Pacific people in Te Rau Hinengaro : The New Zealand Mental Health Survey
No association between the deficit syndrome in psychosis and summer birth in a Southern Hemisphere country
Acute urinary retention associated with atomoxetine use
Self-cannibalism : an unusual case of self-mutilation
Response to Sheehan, Thurber and Sewall