Acute sickness behaviour: an immune system-to-brain communication?1
Non-disabled cases in a national survey
Psychiatric bed utilization: 1896 and 1996 compared
One-month prevalence of depression and other DSM-IV disorders among young adults
Religion as a cross-cultural determinant of depression in elderly Europeans: results from the EURODEP collaboration
Cultural influences on the prevalence of common mental disorder, general practitioners' assessments and help-seeking among Punjabi and English people visiting their general practitioner
The influence of the economic and social environment on deliberate self-harm and suicide: an ecological and person-based study
Suicides and serious suicide attempts: two populations or one?
Effects of pregnancy and delivery on the availability of plasma tryptophan to the brain: relationships to delivery-induced immune activation and early post-partum anxiety and depression
Life events, difficulties and onset of depressive episodes in later life
Cognitive therapy, nutritional therapy and their combination in the treatment of bulimia nervosa
Long-term outcome of anorexia nervosa in a prospective 21-year follow-up study
Long-term outcome of panic disorder with agoraphobia treated by exposure
Long-term outcome of social phobia treated by exposure
The association between obstetric complications and childhood-onset schizophrenia: a replication study
Different trait markers for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder: a neurocognitive approach
Time, memory and the heritability of major depression
Electro-convulsive therapy practices in the community
Changes in rates of suicide by car exhaust asphyxiation in England and Wales
Where Inner and Outer Worlds Meet: Psychological Research in the Tradition of George W. Brown.
Outside the Walls of the Asylum: The History of Care in the Community 1750-2000.
'They're in the Trade ... of Lunacy. They "cannot interfere" - They Say': The Scottish Lunacy Commissioners and Lunacy Reform in Nineteenth-Century Scotland.
The Mind Within the Net: Models of Learning, Thinking and Acting.