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Fifteen years of the Netherlands study of depression and anxiety: An introduction to the special issue Penninx 2022
Cortical thickness and resting-state cardiac function across the lifespan: A cross-sectional pooled mega-analysis Koenig 2020
A framework for assessing neuropsychiatric phenotypes by using smartphone-based location data Jongs 2020
Measuring social support in psychiatric patients and controls: Validation and reliability of the shortened Close Persons Questionnaire. Hanssen DJC 2019
Neighbourhood characteristics and prevalence and severity of depression: pooled analysis of eight Dutch cohort studies. Generaal E 2019
Diet quality in persons with and without depressive and anxiety disorders Gibson-Smith D 2018
Predicting the naturalistic course of depression from a wide range of clinical, psychological, and biological data: a machine learning approach Dinga R 2018
Local fast-food environment, diet and blood pressure: the moderating role of mastery Mackenbach JD 2019
Age and major depressive disorder: what factors should be investigated? – Authors’ reply Schaakxs R 2018
Not urbanization level but socioeconomic, physical and social neighbourhood characteristics are associated with presence and severity of depressive and anxiety disorders. Generaal E 2018
The effect of rapport between interviewer and respondent on attrition. Horsfall 2017
The impact of conscientiousness, mastery, and work circumstances on subsequent absenteeism in employees with and without affective disorders. Kok AA 2017
Medically unexplained physical symptoms and work functioning over 2 years: their association and the influence of depressive and anxiety disorders and job characteristics. den Boeft M 2016
Brugada syndrome ECG is highly prevalent in schizophrenia. Blom MT 2014
Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and consequences for PTH reference values. Deckers MM 2013
HIV-infected mental health patients: characteristics and comparison with HIV-infected patients from the general population and non-infected mental health patients Schade A 2013