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.Abstract The aim of the research was to conduct a systematic analysis of the framework of the various types of depression amongst adolescents, to understand which social factors have the strongest influence on the occurrence of a depressive episode in adolescence. The research was carried out in a major school. Students from the sixth year of a three-year bachelor programme (N = 508) were included in the survey. In addition, a sample of 875 parents, the vast majority of whom were mothers, were also interviewed. Six types of depression were discerned: depressive disorders, depressive feelings, depression with somatic symptoms, demoralisation, lack of psychological well-being and low self-esteem. Compared with students in sixth year, those in fifth year were more likely to have a depressive episode of which the defining criteria were as follows: severe depression, long duration of depressive episode, incapacity to work and suicide attempt. The results are discussed in the light of other authors’ work. The results suggest that it is essential to develop a holistic approach to mental health that includes both a child and family perspective. Keywords Notes Acknowledgements The research was funded by the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (FAS) [grant number 2012-2371]. Authors’ contributions SJA, IDG and GJK formulated the research questions. GJK developed the research design with input from IDG and SJA. SJA undertook the statistical analyses. All authors read, commented and approved the final version of the manuscript. Compliance with ethical standards This research has been conducted according to the Ethical principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects (Declaration of Helsinki) of the World Medical Association. The study was reviewed and approved by the Regional Ethical Review Board of the University of Lund (decision no. 2013/188)."Hold me, and hold me tight." By KELLEY CIBOTKIN America’s gleaming elite universities are fighting to keep their liberal professors under control. The University of Chicago, after all, is the second university in the country to have a “trigger warning” system. The Stanford Daily reported earlier this month that the university is the only one that will use the term “fat shaming” in its classes, along with a number of other controversial terms. And the University of California, Berkeley, is the latest to be359ba680

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