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1997
Kessler, Ronald C.,  Davis, Christopher G.,  Kendler, Kenneth S. Childhood adversity and adult psychiatric disorder in the US National Comorbidity Survey. Psychological Medicine. 27, (5), 1101-1119.
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1997
Kendler, Kenneth S.,  Davis, Christopher G.,  Kessler, Ronald C. The familial aggregation of common psychiatric and substance use disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey: A family history study. British Journal of Psychiatry. 170, 541-548.
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2004
Kessler, Ronald C.,  Gilman, Stephen E.,  Thornton, Laura M.,  Kendler, Kenneth S.,  Brim, Orville Gilbert,  Ryff, Carol D. Health, well-being, and social responsibility in the MIDUS twin and sibling subsamples. How Healthy Are We?: A National Study of Well-being at Midlife. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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1998
Sullivan, Patrick F.,  Kessler, Ronald C.,  Kendler, Kenneth S. Latent class analysis of lifetime depressive symptoms in the National Comorbidity Survey. American Journal of Psychiatry. 155, (10), 1398-1406.
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1994
Kessler, Ronald C.,  McGonagle, Katherine A.,  Zhao, Shanyang,  Nelson, Christopher B.,  Hughes, Michael,  Eshleman, Suzann,  Wittchen, Hans-Ulrich,  Kendler, Kenneth S. Lifetime and 12-month prevalence of DSM-III-R psychiatric disorders in the United States: Results from the National Comorbidity Survey. Archives of General Psychiatry. 51, (1), 8-19.
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1996
Kendler, Kenneth S.,  Gallagher, Timothy J.,  Abelson, Jamie M.,  Kessler, Ronald C. Lifetime prevalence, demographic risk factors, and diagnostic validity of nonaffective psychosis as assessed in a US community sample: The National Comorbidity Survey. Archives of General Psychiatry. 53, (11), 1022-1031.
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2005
Breslau, Joshua,  Kendler, Kenneth S.,  Su, Maxwell,  Gaxiola-Aguilar, Sergio,  Kessler, Ronald C. Lifetime risk and persistence of psychiatric disorders across ethnic groups in the United States. Psychological Medicine. 35, (3), 317 -
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2007
Breslau, Joshua,  Aguilar-Gaxiolaa, Sergio,  Borges, Guilherme,  Castilla-Puentes, Ruby Cecilia,  Kendler, Kenneth S.,  Medina-Mora, Maria-Elena,  Su, Maxwell,  Kessler, Ronald C. Mental disorders among English-speaking Mexican immigrants to the US compared to a national sample of Mexicans. Psychiatry Research. 151, (1-2), 115-122.
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2007
Breslau, Joshua,  Aguilar-Gaxiola, Sergio,  Borges, Guilherme,  Kendler, Kenneth S.,  Su, Maxwell,  Kessler, Ronald C. Risk for psychiatric disorder among immigrants and their US-born descendants: Evidence from the National Comorbidity Survey Replication. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 195, (3), 189-195.
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2000
Kendler, Kenneth S.,  Thorton, Laura M.,  Gilman, Stephen E.,  Kessler, Ronald C. Sexual orientation in a US national sample of twin and nontwin sibling pairs. American Journal of Psychiatry. 157, (11), 1843-1846.
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1997
Kessler, Ronald C.,  Anthony, James C.,  Blazer, Daniel G.,  Bromet, Evelyn,  Eaton, William W.,  Kendler, Kenneth S.,  Swartz, Marvin,  Wittchen, Hans-Ulrich,  Zhao, Shanyang . The US National Comorbidity Survey: Overview and future directions. Epidemiologia e Psichiatria Sociale. 6, (1), 4-16.
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