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Am J Psychiatry 2008;165:401-401. doi:10.1176/appi.ajp.2007.165.3.401
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In the article “Association of Different Adverse Life Events With Distinct Patterns of Depressive Symptoms” (Am J Psychiatry 2007; 164:1521–1529) by Matthew C. Keller, Ph.D., et al., the titles for Figures 2 and 3 are incorrect. The correct title for Figure 2 is “Profiles of Average Levels for Each of the 12 Depressive Symptoms From the Between-Persons Sample,” and the correct title for Figure 3 is “Profiles of the Average Depressive Symptom Deviations for Each of the Nine Adverse Life Event Categories From the Within-Persons Sample.” Also, in the second paragraph of the Results section, the information regarding the online supplemental figure is incorrect. The sentences in that passage should read, “The mean levels of feeling blue, fatigue, and appetite loss were especially variable (Figure 2). Anhedonia was elevated after deaths and romantic losses and was lowest after stress and failures.”




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