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There are a number of studies of the epidemiology of dysthymia.


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  • Group, W. P. A. D. W. (1995). Dysthymia in clinical practice. British Journal of Psychiatry, 166(2), 174-183.
  • Klein, D. N., & Riso, L. P. (1991). The utility of the dysthymia construct. PsycCRITIQUES, 36(10), 851-852.
  • Kocsis, J. H., & Frances, A. J. (1987). A critical discussion of DSM-III dysthymic disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 144(12), 1534-1542.
  • Koponen, H., Lepola, U., & Leinonen, E. (1995). Dysthymia: A review. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 49(2), 129-132.
  • Szadoczky, E., Rihmer, Z., Papp, Z., & Furedi, J. (2000). Epidemiology of dysthymic disorder. Psychiatria Hungarica, 15(1), 66-75.
  • Weissman, M. M., Leaf, P. J., Bruce, M. L., & Florio, L. (1988). The epidemiology of dysthymia in five communities: Rates, risks, comorbidity, and treatment. American Journal of Psychiatry, 145(7), 815-819.

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