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Early Identification of Risk for Major Depressive Disorder in the FORBOW Project

      Major depressive disorder typically onsets in late adolescence or early adulthood. Strong continuities from child to adult psychopathology provide an opportunity for risk identification in childhood and early adolescence.
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