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VOLUME 62   2001   SUPPLEMENT 4

Articles

3 Introduction: Early Onset of Antidepressant Action. Jerrold F. Rosenbaum
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4 Early Onset of Antidepressant Action: Impact on Primary Care. Larry Culpepper
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7 Possible Neurobiological Mechanisms Underlying Faster Onset of Antidepressant Action. Pierre Blier
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12 Measuring Onset of Antidepressant Action in Clinical Trials: An Overview of Definitions and Methodology. Andrew C. Leon
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17 Evidence of Early Onset of Antidepressant Effect in Randomized Controlled Trials. Stephen M. Stahl, Andrew A. Nierenberg, and Jack M. Gorman
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24 ECT and Onset of Action. Steven P. Roose and Mitchell Nobler
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27 Clinical Significance of Monitoring Early Symptom Change to Predict Outcome. Madhukar H. Trivedi and Shannon M. Baker
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34 An Ideal Trial to Test Differential Onset of Antidepressant Effect. Andrew C. Leon, Pierre Blier, Larry Culpepper, Jack M. Gorman, Robert M. A. Hirschfeld, Andrew A. Nierenberg, Steven P. Roose, Jerrold F. Rosenbaum, Stephen M. Stahl, and Madhukar H. Trivedi
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37 Debate and Discussion: Do Some Antidepressants Have a Faster Onset of Action Than Others?
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