The present study aimed to contribute to existing literature by 1 examining the sex difference in prevalence of depression at 90 days after first-ever stroke in a population-based stroke study; 2 investigating the moderating role of prestroke depression in this association; and 3 accounting for potential differential attrition to reduce selection bias.
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Development of a stroke-specific quality of life scale. Subscriber Account active since. Our investigation of the influence of missing data suggests that the estimates of the sex difference would have been biased without accounting for differential attrition due to women's worse stroke outcomes and higher propensity for depression.
Mean SD [range] a. Study Type :. Overt social interaction and resting state in young adult males with autism: core and contextual neural features. One obvious source of heterogeneity is biological sex. Compared with participants with nonproxy baseline interviews, those with proxy interviews were older, more likely to be widowed, more likely to be functionally and cognitively impaired, and more likely to have more medical conditions and cardiovascular risk factors table e The empathy quotient: an investigation of adults with Asperger syndrome or high functioning autism, and normal sex differences.
Morgenstern LB. Therefore, the findings should not be generalized to all individuals with autism, which requires further studies on different subgroups to examine. Logistic regression was used to examine the association between sex and depression after stroke, and effect modification by prestroke depression status, accounting for missing data.
Owing to the study design cross-sectional and on adults , these findings cannot provide direct aetiological or developmental accounts for autism.