All Relations between Depression and attitudes

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Ömer Özer, Burak Köksal, Ahmet Altino. Understanding university students' attitudes and preferences for internet-based mental health interventions. Internet interventions. vol 35. 2024-02-15. PMID:38356613. demographic variables, such as age and gender, and psychological variables, such as depression and anxiety levels, were found not to be associated with attitudes towards these interventions. 2024-02-15 2024-02-17 human
Yael Sela, Yossi Levi-Bel. Nurses' Attitudes and Perceptions Regarding Suicidal Patients: A Quasi-Experimental Study of Depression Management Training. Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland). vol 12. issue 3. 2024-02-10. PMID:38338169. nurses' attitudes and perceptions regarding suicidal patients: a quasi-experimental study of depression management training. 2024-02-10 2024-02-12 Not clear
b' Zila \\xc3\\x96zlem Kirba\\xc5\\x9f, B\\xc3\\xbclent Bayraktar, Elif Odaba\\xc5\\x9fi Akta\\xc5\\x9. Salivary apelin hormone response and dysfunctional attitudes in adolescents in T\\xc3\\xbcrkiye: a relational screening model. BMC psychology. vol 12. issue 1. 2024-02-09. PMID:38336859.' dysfunctional attitudes are beliefs and attitudes that can lead to depression by causing negative thoughts about oneself, others, and the future.dysfunctional attitudes negatively affect children's mental health. 2024-02-09 2024-02-12 human
Correction: Attitudes, confidence, barriers and current practice of managing depression in patients with COPD in Saudi Arabia: a national cross-sectional survey. BMJ open. vol 14. issue 2. 2024-02-05. PMID:38316602. correction: attitudes, confidence, barriers and current practice of managing depression in patients with copd in saudi arabia: a national cross-sectional survey. 2024-02-05 2024-02-09 Not clear
Guoqing Wang, Kamal Sabra. Assessing depression and anxiety among young adults after epidemics and pandemics: a cross-sectional study in Anyang, China. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-02-02. PMID:38308079. several factors were found to increase the likelihood of depression and anxiety among young adults, including gender, age, education status, marital status, and attitudes towards epidemics. 2024-02-02 2024-02-05 human
Claudia Ravaldi, Laura Mosconi, Giada Crescioli, Giulia Lombardo, Ilenia Russo, Angelo Morese, Valdo Ricca, Alfredo Vannacc. Are midwives trained to recognise perinatal depression symptoms? Results of MAMA (MAternal Mood Assessment) cross-sectional survey in Italy. Archives of women's mental health. 2024-02-02. PMID:38308142. to assess the knowledge, clinical experience, and attitudes of italian midwives toward perinatal depression (pnd) and to explore how these factors impact the quality of care. 2024-02-02 2024-02-05 Not clear
Jing Bai, Xiaoqing Song, Jingjing Son. People's attitudes toward others' positive self-presentations and demotivation self-presentations on SNS. Acta psychologica. vol 243. 2024-01-28. PMID:38281388. in experiment 2, with another sample, we tested idealization, perceived interpersonal distance, stress, anxiety, and depression as mediators of participants' attitudes toward others' positive self-presentation. 2024-01-28 2024-01-31 human
Megan Reay, Andrew Mayers, Rebecca Knowles-Bevis, Matthew T D Knigh. Understanding the Barriers Fathers Face to Seeking Help for Paternal Perinatal Depression: Comparing Fathers to Men Outside the Perinatal Period. International journal of environmental research and public health. vol 21. issue 1. 2024-01-26. PMID:38276804. initially, fathers with postnatal depression were compared to men experiencing depression at another time of their life in terms of their attitudes to seeking psychological help, conformity to masculine norms, self-stigma, and awareness of services. 2024-01-26 2024-01-28 human
Abdulrhman N Alghamdi, Turki A Alzahrani, Ghadah H Alswat, Hatun A Althagafi, Sarah A Alosaimi, Waad W Alalawi, Arwa Turkstan. Family Medicine Residents' Knowledge and Attitudes About End-of-Life Care in Taif City, Saudi Arabia. Cureus. vol 15. issue 12. 2024-01-17. PMID:38229810. at the same time, attitudes varied, with 45.4% agreeing that discussing such information could lead to patient depression and 42.9% believing it held no privilege for patients. 2024-01-17 2024-01-19 human
Yuqing He, Xiangmin Tan, Jianjian Wang, James Wiley, Yuxin Huang, Hui Ding, Qian Wang, Tianhui Huang, Mei Su. Trust, discrimination and preference for shared decision-making in adolescents diagnosed with depression: Implications from Chinese mental health professionals. Patient education and counseling. vol 122. 2024-01-17. PMID:38232674. while evidence suggests that the attitudes of healthcare providers toward medical decision-making in adolescents diagnosed with depression merit exploration, research on their preferences for shared decision-making (sdm) and the factors affecting these preferences remains limited. 2024-01-17 2024-01-20 Not clear
Na Yong, Yu-Ling Ren, Chun-Yuan Wang, Cong Yan. Investigation on the Attitude of Middle School Students with Depression in the City Toward Professional Psychological Help-Seeking. Patient preference and adherence. vol 18. 2024-01-15. PMID:38223438. investigation on the attitude of middle school students with depression in the city toward professional psychological help-seeking. 2024-01-15 2024-01-17 Not clear
Meredith Gunlicks-Stoessel, Yangchenchen Liu, Catherine Parkhill, Nicole Morrell, Mimi Choy-Brown, Christopher Mehus, Joel Hetler, Gerald Augus. Adolescent, parent, and provider attitudes toward a machine learning based clinical decision support system for selecting treatment for youth depression. BMC medical informatics and decision making. vol 24. issue 1. 2024-01-03. PMID:38167319. adolescent, parent, and provider attitudes toward a machine learning based clinical decision support system for selecting treatment for youth depression. 2024-01-03 2024-01-06 Not clear
Munivenkatappa Manjula, Bangalore N Roopesh, Binukumar Bhaskarapillai, Gurucharan B Mendo. Mental health literacy on youth depression and suicides for teachers and its impact on knowledge, attitudes and help facilitation: A preliminary study. Industrial psychiatry journal. vol 32. issue 2. 2024-01-01. PMID:38161444. mental health literacy on youth depression and suicides for teachers and its impact on knowledge, attitudes and help facilitation: a preliminary study. 2024-01-01 2024-01-05 Not clear
Munivenkatappa Manjula, Bangalore N Roopesh, Binukumar Bhaskarapillai, Gurucharan B Mendo. Mental health literacy on youth depression and suicides for teachers and its impact on knowledge, attitudes and help facilitation: A preliminary study. Industrial psychiatry journal. vol 32. issue 2. 2024-01-01. PMID:38161444. the present study aimed at examining the effect of mental health literacy on depression and suicidal behaviours on knowledge, attitudes and help facilitation of teachers. 2024-01-01 2024-01-05 Not clear
Mehmet Baltaciogl. Mental Symptoms Among Mental Health Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Journal of nervous and mental disease. 2023-12-19. PMID:38113929. beck depression inventory, beck anxiety inventory, maslach burnout inventory, pittsburg sleep quality index, and eating attitudes test were administered. 2023-12-19 2023-12-23 human
Claudia Ravaldi, Alfredo Vannacc. Data of the MAternal Mood Assessment (MAMA) survey for healthcare professionals: A pilot study on midwives in Italy. Data in brief. vol 52. 2023-12-14. PMID:38093859. this article describes the data collected from a survey of 152 midwives in italy on their knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding perinatal depression. 2023-12-14 2023-12-17 Not clear
Yadeta Alemayehu, Million Girma, Lemi Bacha, Kefale Boka, Hunde Taraf. Knowledge and attitude toward depression among healthcare professionals working in Ilu Aba Bor zone, Oromia regional state, Ethiopia, 2021: a cross sectional study. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 14. 2023-12-14. PMID:38094592. knowledge and attitude toward depression among healthcare professionals working in ilu aba bor zone, oromia regional state, ethiopia, 2021: a cross sectional study. 2023-12-14 2023-12-17 Not clear
Yadeta Alemayehu, Million Girma, Lemi Bacha, Kefale Boka, Hunde Taraf. Knowledge and attitude toward depression among healthcare professionals working in Ilu Aba Bor zone, Oromia regional state, Ethiopia, 2021: a cross sectional study. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 14. 2023-12-14. PMID:38094592. thus, the purpose of this study is to evaluate health professionals' knowledge and attitude toward depression and its related factors. 2023-12-14 2023-12-17 Not clear
Jingman Shi, Yan Chen, Yingchen Jiang, Yanzhi Li, Wanxin Wang, Hao Zhao, Lan Guo, Yuhua Liao, Huimin Zhang, Caihong Gao, Roger S McIntyre, Wei-Hong Zhang, Xue Han, Ciyong L. Stigma and its associations with medication adherence in major depressive disorder. Psychiatry research. vol 331. 2023-12-09. PMID:38070363. perceived stigma is the awareness of societal negative views and attitudes towards depression, and is is applying others' attitudes to oneself, both measured by the depression stigma scale (dss). 2023-12-09 2023-12-17 human
Elisa Groff, Florian Stege. The Ethics of Ancient Lactation and the Cult of the Perfect Breastfeeding Mother. Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland). vol 11. issue 22. 2023-11-25. PMID:37998433. we then discussed our historical data in terms of objectivity and significance in relation to contemporary attitudes towards motherhood and lactation, e.g., (1) the cult of the perfect, breastfeeding mother in contemporary lactation education and (2) the onset of conditions which may affect normal breastfeeding, such as dysphoric milk ejection reflex (d-mer), breastfeeding aversion response (bar) or post-partum depression. 2023-11-25 2023-11-28 Not clear