Investigating age-related differences in responses to screening items for internalising disorders in three national surveys.
Background Epidemiological studies typically report lower prevalence of mental disorders among older adults relative to middle-aged and young adults. A possible explanation is that age-related bias in the screening items of diagnostic instruments leads to
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