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Subconstructs of the Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale in a postpartum sample in Mexico City

Journal of Affective Disorders

Jun 8, 2018

Julie D FlomMaria José Rosa

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Postpartum depression is an important cause of morbidity in mothers and children. The Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale (EPDS), the most widely used self-reported measure of postpartum depression, was conceived as a one-dimensional measure. However, evidence that depressive symptoms...read more

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Depression, Postpartum
Morbidity Aspects
Hispanics
Depression Scale
Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (Assessment Scale)
Mexican
Administration Procedure
Participant
Longitudinal Survey
Factor Analysis, Statistical
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Subconstructs of the Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale in a postpartum sample in Mexico City

Journal of Affective Disorders

Jun 8, 2018

Julie D FlomMaria José Rosa

PMID: 29879609

DOI: 10.1016/j.jad.2018.05.049

Abstract

Postpartum depression is an important cause of morbidity in mothers and children. The Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale (EPDS), the most widely used self-reported measure of postpartum depression, was conceived as a one-dimensional measure. However, evidence that depressive symptoms...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Depression, Postpartum
Morbidity Aspects
Hispanics
Depression Scale
Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (Assessment Scale)
Mexican
Administration Procedure
Participant
Longitudinal Survey
Factor Analysis, Statistical
1
1
37

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