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Pharmacotherapy of Depressed Children and Adolescents: Current Issues
and Potential Directions. Vasa, Roma A.; Carlino, Anthony
R.; Pine, Daniel S.; Biological Psychiatry, Vol 59(11), Jun 2006.
pp. 1021-1028. [Original Journal Article]
depression: Issues in diagnosis and treatment. Thase, Michael
E.; Harvard Review of Psychiatry, Vol 13(5), Sep-Oct 2005. pp. 257-271.
[Original Journal Article]
Cited References (152) Times Cited in this Database(1)
the SSRIs and atypical antidepressants safe and effective for children
and adolescents?. Whittington, Craig J.; Kendall, Tim;
Pilling, Steve; Current Opinion in Psychiatry, Vol 18(1), Jan 2005.
pp. 21-25. [Peer Reviewed Journal]
Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors in adolescent suicide. Giner,
Lucas; Nichols, C. Matthew; Carballo, Juan J.; In: Suicidal behavior
in adolescence: An international perspective. Merrick, Joav; Zalsman,
Gil; London, England: Freund Publishing House, 2005. pp. 81-93. [Original
serotonin reuptake inhibitors in childhood depression: Systematic
review of published versus unpublished data. Whittington,
Craig J.; Kendall, Tim; Fonagy, Peter; Lancet, Vol 363(9418), Apr
2004. pp. 1341-1345. [Peer Reviewed Journal] PDF
Dose Fluoxetine-Induced Mania: Bibliographic Review and Clinical Case
Report. Vairo, María Carolina; Ruiz, Martín;
Matusevich, Daniel; In: Trends in bipolar disorder research. Brown,
Malcomb R.; Hauppauge, NY, US: Nova Biomedical Books, 2004. pp. 153-160.
with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors: Valid claim?
Lapierre, Yvon D.; Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience, Vol 28(5),
Sep 2003. pp. 340-347. [Peer Reviewed Journal] PDF
Numbers 9 and 10 are both about
a single 15-year-old boy, which won't be a very comprehensive treatment
of the topic and seem to be more about aggression than depression.
The rest look pretty good.
Note that #5, #7, and #11 have "PDF full text." This can be
very handy but do not be tempted by articles that are available but irrelevant.
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