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Published: Peter Gray
Peter Gray (Anthropology) and Jamaican colleagues published "Patterns and Predictors of Depressive Symptoms among Jamaican Fathers of Newborns" in Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. The study draws upon the fatherhood arm of a Jamaican birth cohort study, JAKids, and is based on one of the largest samples investigating paternal depression. Findings of the study had previously been presented at the University of the West Indies and covered by the Jamaican Gleaner.
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