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  1. Trajectory of cognitive functions in bipolar disorder: for better or worse?

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  2. Incidence of suicidal behaviour and violent crime following antidepressant medication: a Danish cohort study

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  3. Societal costs of Borderline Personality Disorders: a matched-controlled nationwide study of patients and spouses

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  4. Meta-analysis of antidepressant effects of anti-inflammatory drugs-reply

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  5. Cortical thickness following electroconvulsive therapy in patients with depression - a longitudinal MRI study

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In the accompanying comment, Volkmann et al. [1] question the interpretation of our analyses of the relation between antidepressant medication and suicidal behaviour and violent crimes. We thank them for giving us the opportunity to clarify several potential misunderstandings regarding our original paper [2]. We agree that results from observational cohort studies should be interpreted with caution and we have done our best to do so. As the title of our article indicates, the main aim and focus of our study was to explore changes in rates of suicidal and criminal behaviour over time, following initiation of antidepressant treatment.

Original languageEnglish
JournalActa Psychiatrica Scandinavica
Volume140
Issue number6
Pages (from-to)591-592
Number of pages2
ISSN0001-690X
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Publication statusPublished - Dec 2019

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