Replication data to: Cortisol and α-amylase secretion patterns between and within depressed and non-depressed individuals.

Booij, S. (Creator), Bos, E. (Creator), Bouwmans, M. (Creator), Faassen, van, M. (Contributor), Kema, I. (Creator), Oldehinkel, T. (Contributor) & Jonge, de, P. (Supervisor), University of Groningen, 6-Jul-2015



Project: Mood and Movement in Daily life.
Associations between biological stress markers and depression are inconsistent across studies. We assessed whether inter- and intra-individual variability explain these inconsistencies. Pair-matched depressed and non-depressed participants (N = 30) collected saliva thrice a day for 30 days, resulting in 90 measurements per individual. The relationships between measures of stress-system function and depression were examined at the group level by means of mixed model analyses, and at the individual level by means of pair-matched comparisons. The analyses were repeated after adjusting for time-varying lifestyle factors by means of time-series regression analyses
Date made available6-Jul-2015
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Date of data production2012 - 2014
Geographical coverageThe Netherlands
Access to the dataset Open

    Keywords on Datasets

  • mental health, Psychiatry, Cortisol, Depression, Antidepressants, Saliva
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  1. Cortisol and alpha-Amylase Secretion Patterns between and within Depressed and Non-Depressed Individuals

    Booij, S. H., Bos, E. H., Bouwmans, M. E. J., van Faassen, M., Kema, I. P., Oldehinkel, A. J. & de Jonge, P., 6-Jul-2015, In : PLoS ONE. 10, 7, 15 p., e0131002.

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