Teens who DON'T date have better social skills and are less depressed, study suggests

A new study, from the University of Georgia, has found that teenagers who don't date are less likely to report feelings of hopelessness and sadness than those who do date.
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Conditions:   Perinatal Depression;   HIV-1-infection Interventions:   Drug: Sertraline;   Behavioral: Interpersonal therapy Sponsors:   University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;   National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Not yet recruiting
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Condition:   Depression Intervention:   Device: Happify Breather App Sponsors:   University of Kentucky;   Happify Inc. Not yet recruiting
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Condition:   NSSI Interventions:   Other: Dialectical behavior therapy;   Other: Social support group therapy Sponsor:   Nanjing Medical University Not yet recruiting
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Conditions:   Racial Discrimination;   Depression;   Anxiety;   Stress;   Trauma, Psychological Interventions:   Behavioral: EMBRace Intervention Group;   Behavioral: EMBRace Waitlist Group Sponsor:   University of Michigan Not yet recruiting
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ConclusionClinically relevant depressive symptoms seem to occur not rarely in PSMU and IGD. We did not identify clearly different patterns of correlates for IGD and PSMU (except for gender). The overlapping confidence intervals of the parameter estimates for both behavior patterns indicate similar relationships between the investigated characteristics and IGD or PSMU.
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