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||Publication Date||Title||Author(s)||Date Added|
|1||2017||The effects of gender and depression severity on the association between alpha asymmetry and depression across four brain regions||Jesulola, Emmanuel; Sharpley, Christopher ; Agnew, Linda ||9-Oct-2017|
|2||2016||The association between aspects of psychological resilience and subtypes of depression: implications for focussed clinical treatment models||Sharpley, Christopher ; Bitsika, Vicki ; Jesulola, Emmanuel; Fitzpatrick, Kerry; Agnew, Linda ||27-Mar-2017|
|3||2015||Frontal alpha asymmetry as a pathway to behavioural withdrawal in depression: Research findings and issues||Jesulola, Emmanuel; Sharpley, Christopher ; Bitsika, Vicki ; Agnew, Linda ; Wilson, Peter||10-Nov-2015|
|4||2016||Prevalance and structure of anxiety-depression in an Australian community sample||Sharpley, Christopher ; Bitsika, Vicki ; Jesulola, Emmanuel; Agnew, Linda ||27-Mar-2017|
|5||10-Aug-2018||Associations between stress and depression symptom profiles vary according to serotonin transporter polymorphism in rural Australians||Sharpley, Christopher F ; Bitsika, Vicki ; McMillan, Mary E ; Jesulola, Emmanuel; Agnew, Linda L ||8-Apr-2019|
|6||27-Aug-2019||The association between cortisol:C-reactive protein ratio and depressive fatigue is a function of CRP rather than cortisol||Sharpley, Christopher F ; Bitsika, Vicki ; McMillan, Mary E ; Jesulola, Emmanuel; Agnew, Linda L ||28-Feb-2020|