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DSM-IV personality disorders in Mexico: results from a general population survey
Objetivo: Este trabajo presenta las primeras estimaciones poblacionales de la prevalencia de los trastornos de personalidad y sus correlatos en la población mexicana. Método: Se aplicó un tamizaje con base en el International ...
Measurement of problems in activities and participation in patients with anxiety, depression and schizophrenia using the ICF checklist
Although disability in persons with anxiety and depression disorders has been measured, the problem with some studies is that they use tools that measure the state of health, when the subjective nature of the measuring ...
Youth mental health in a populous city of the developing world: results from the Mexican Adolescent Mental Health Survey
Because the epidemiologic data available for adolescents from the developing world is scarce, the objective is to estimate the prevalence and severity of psychiatric disorders among Mexico City adolescents, the socio-demographic ...
Traumatic events and suicide-related outcomes among Mexico City adolescents
Background: We report the prevalence and associations between traumatic events and suicidal ideation, suicide plans and suicide attempts among Mexican adolescents. Methods: The data are from a representative multistage ...
Suicide ideation, plan, and attempt in the Mexican Adolescent Mental Health Survey
No representative data among adolescents in Mexico exist on the prevalence and risk factors for suicide ideation, plan, and attempt despite a recent increase in suicide deaths. Method: Data are presented from the Mexican ...