SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • 1
    O'Hara MW, Zekoski EM, Philipps LH, Wright EJ. Controlled prospective study of postpartum mood disorders: Comparison of childbearing and nonchildbearing women. J. Abnorm. Psychol. 1990; 99: 315.
  • 2
    Cox JL, Murray D, Chapman G. A controlled study of the onset, duration and prevalence of postnatal depression. Br. J. Psychiatry 1993; 163: 2731.
  • 3
    Yoshida K, Marks MN, Kibe N, Kumar R, Nakano H, Tashiro N. Postnatal depression in Japanese women who have given birth in England. J. Affect. Disord. 1997; 43: 6977.
  • 4
    Yamashita H, Yoshida K, Nakano H, Tashiro N. Postnatal depression in Japanese women. Detecting the early onset of postnatal depression by closely monitoring the postpartum mood. J. Affect. Disord. 2000; 58: 145154.
  • 5
    Downey G, Coyne JC. Children of depressed parents: An integrative review. Psychol. Bull. 1990; 108: 5076.
  • 6
    Murray L, Fiori-Cowley A, Hooper R, Cooper P. The impact of postnatal depression and associated adversity on early mother–infant interactions and later infant outcome. Child Dev. 1996; 67: 25122526.
  • 7
    Murray L, Cooper P, Hipwell A. Mental health of parents caring for infants. Arch. Women Ment. Health 2003; 6 (Suppl. 2): S71S77.
  • 8
    Campbell SB, Cohn JF, Myers, T. Depression in first-time mothers: Mother–infant interaction and depression chronicity. Dev. Psychol. 1995; 31: 349357.
  • 9
    Cox JL, Connor Y, Kendell RE. Prospective study of the psychiatric disorders of childbirth. Br. J. Psychiatry 1982; 140: 111117.
  • 10
    Appleby L, Fox H, Shaw M, Kumar R. The psychiatrist in the obstetric unit. Establishing a liaison service. Br. J. Psychiatry 1989; 154: 510515.
  • 11
    Ugarriza D. Cultural Assessment of Postpartum Depressed Women. Women's and Children's Health Issues: A Global Perspective. University of Cincinnati, St Thomas, United States Virgin Islands, 1997.
  • 12
    Mclntosh J. Postpartum depression: Women's help-seeking behaviour and perceptions of cause. J. Adv. Nurs. 1993; 18: 178184.
  • 13
    Holden JM, Sagovsky R, Cox JL. Counselling in a general practice setting: Controlled study of health visitor intervention in treatment of postnatal depression. BMJ 1989; 298: 223226.
  • 14
    Wickberg B, Hwang CP. Screening for postnatal depression in a population-based Swedish sample. Acta Psychiatr. Scand. 1997; 95: 6266.
  • 15
    American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. American Psychiatric Press, Washington, DC, 1994.
  • 16
    Cox JL, Holden JM, Sagovsky R. Detection of postnatal depression. Development of the 10-item Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale. Br. J. Psychiatry 1987; 150: 782786.
  • 17
    Okano T, Murata M, Masuji F et al. Validation and reliability of Japanese version of EPDS (Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale). Arch. Psychiatr. Diagn. Clin. Eval. 1996; 7: 525533 (in Japanese with English summary).
  • 18
    Brugha T, Bebbington P, Tennant C, Hurry J. The List of Threatening Experiences: A subset of 12 life event categories with considerable long-term contextual threat. Psychol. Med. 1985; 15: 189194.
  • 19
    Frankenburg WK, Dodds JB. The Denver Developmental Screening Test. J. Pediatr. 1967; 71: 181191.
  • 20
    Ueda R. Standardization of the Denver Developmental Screening Test on Tokyo children. Dev. Med. Child Neurol. 1978; 20: 647656.
  • 21
    O'Hara MW, Swain AM. Rates and risk of postpartum depression: A meta-analysis. Int. Rev. Psychiatry 1996; 8: 3754.
  • 22
    Bergant AM, Heim K, Ulmer H, Illmensee K. Early postnatal depressive mood: Associations with obstetric and psychosocial factors. J. Psychosom. Res. 1999; 46: 391394.
  • 23
    Davis L, Edwards H, Mohay H, Wollin J. The impact of very premature birth on the psychological health of mothers. Early Hum. Dev. 2003; 73: 6170.
  • 24
    Hopkins J, Campbell SB, Marcus M. Role of infant-related stressors in postpartum depression. J. Abnorm. Psychol. 1987; 96: 237241.
  • 25
    Guedeney N, Fermanian J, Guelfi JD, Kumar RC. The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) and the detection of major depressive disorders in early postpartum: Some concerns about false negatives. J. Affect. Disord. 2000; 61: 107112.
  • 26
    Mandl KD, Tronick EZ, Brennan TA, Alpert HR, Homer CJ. Infant health care use and maternal depression. Arch. Pediatr. Adolesc. Med. 1999; 153: 808813.
  • 27
    Beck CT. Recognizing and screening for postpartum depression in mothers of NICU infants. Adv. Neonatal Care 2003; 3: 3746.
  • 28
    Cutrona CE, Troutman BR. Social support, infant temperament, and parenting self-efficacy: A mediational model of postpartum depression. Child. Dev. 1986; 57: 15071518.
  • 29
    Miller AR, Barr RG, Eaton WO. Crying and motor behavior of six-week-old infants and postpartum maternal mood. Pediatrics 1993; 92: 551558.
  • 30
    Hiscock H, Wake M. Infant sleep problems and postnatal depression: A community-based study. Pediatrics 2001; 107: 13171322.
  • 31
    Seeley S, Murray L, Cooper PJ. The detection and treatment of postnatal depression by health visitors. Health Visit 1996; 64: 135138.
  • 32
    Yoshida K, Yamashita H, Ueda M, Tashiro N. Postnatal depression in Japanese mothers and the reconsideration of ‘Satogaeri bunben’. Pediatr. Int. 2001; 43: 189193.
  • 33
    Whitton A, Warner R, Appleby L. The pathway to care in post-natal depression: Women's attitudes to post-natal depression and its treatment. Br. J. Gen. Pract. 1996; 46: 427428.