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Media Coverage of This Article

Posted by PLOS_ONE_Group on 17 Nov 2012 at 00:38 GMT

The following article represents some of the media coverage that has occurred for this paper:

Publication: Daily Mail
Title: “It's easier to spot when a woman's depressed (meaning men are less likely to seek help) | Mail Online”

Title: “Does Gender Warp Our View of Depression? - Health News and Views -”

Publication: Health Day
Title: “Study Reveals Gender Gap in Spotting Depression”

Title: “Study Finds People Detect Depression in Women More Readily than in Men”

Publication: Jezebel
Title: “It Might Be Harder to Recognize Signs of Depression in Men”

Publication: The Atlantic
Title: “Study: We're Less Likely to Recognize Symptoms of Depression in Men - Lindsay Abrams - The Atlantic”

Publication: The British Psychological Society
Title: “Depression in women identified more easily | BPS”

Publication: The Telegraph
Title: “Depression in men 'regularly ignored' - Telegraph”

Publication: TIME Healthland
Title: “How Gender Stereotypes Warp Our View of Depression |”

Publication: Top News US
Title: “Study Aims to Improve Mental Health Literacy | TopNews United States”

Publication: U.S News Health
Title: “Study Reveals Gender Gap in Spotting Depression - US News and World Report”

Publication: Washington DC CBS
Title: “Study: Depression More Easily Detected In Women Than Men - CBS DC”

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