Brett Silverstein, Ph.D.

Psychology City College of New York, New York, NY, United States 
"Brett Silverstein"
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Silverstein B, Levin E. (2014) Differences in the developmental patterns of depression with and without additional somatic symptoms. Psychiatry Research. 220: 254-7
Silverstein B, Edwards T, Gamma A, et al. (2013) The role played by depression associated with somatic symptomatology in accounting for the gender difference in the prevalence of depression. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 48: 257-63
Silverstein B. (2013) Body image and eating issues among women related to responses to gender-role limitations Handbook On Body Image: Gender Differences, Sociocultural Influences and Health Implications. 403-411
Silverstein B. (2013) The gender difference in depressive prevalence results from high prevalence among women of depression associated with somatic symptoms developing at adolescence in response to psychosocial issues Affective Disorders: Epidemiology, Signs/Symptoms and Prognoses. 109-124
Silverstein B, Patel P. (2011) Poor response to antidepressant medication of patients with depression accompanied by somatic symptomatology in the STAR*D Study. Psychiatry Research. 187: 121-4
Silverstein B, Cohen P, Kasen S. (2006) Should additional symptoms be included in criteria for atypical depression? Psychiatry Research. 144: 87-9
Angst J, Gamma A, Benazzi F, et al. (2006) Atypical depressive syndromes in varying definitions. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience. 256: 44-54
Silverstein B. (2002) Gender differences in the prevalence of somatic versus pure depression: a replication. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 159: 1051-2
Silverstein B. (1999) Gender difference in the prevalence of clinical depression: the role played by depression associated with somatic symptoms. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 156: 480-2
Silverstein B, Lynch AD. (1998) Gender differences in depression: The role played by paternal attitudes of male superiority and maternal modeling of gender-related limitations Sex Roles. 38: 539-555
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