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Psychosocial factors, health behaviors and risk of cancer incidence: Testing interaction and effect modification in an individual participant data meta-analysis

Depression, anxiety, and the risk of cancer: An individual participant data meta-analysis

Psychosocial factors and cancer incidence: a pre-planned metaanalysis of the PSYchosocial factors and CAncer (PSY-CA) consortium

Psychosocial factors and cancer incidence (PSY-CA): Protocol for individual participant data meta-analyses

Predictive Value of Implicit and Explicit Self-Esteem for the Recurrence of Depression and Anxiety Disorders: A 3-Year Follow-Up Study

Predictive value of implicit and explicit self-esteem for the recurrence of anxiety disorders: A 3 year follow-up study

Attentional bias for negative, positive, and threat words in current and remitted depression

Depression recurrence after recovery: Prognostic value of implicit and explicit self-depressed associations

Influence of sad mood induction on implicit self-esteem and its relationship with symptoms of depression and anxiety

Self-Esteem Instability in Current, Remitted, Recovered, and Comorbid Depression and Anxiety

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Study Finds Depression, Anxiety are Not Linked to Cancer Risk

Study: Stress, Depression Don't Raise Cancer Risk

Onderzoekers UMCG: geen verband tussen depressie en kanker