Felice N. Jacka spends much of his time researching Depression, Psychiatry, Anxiety, Mental health and Cross-sectional study. The various areas that Felice N. Jacka examines in his Depression study include Odds ratio, Internal medicine, Mediterranean diet, Gerontology and Alternative medicine. His Psychiatry research includes elements of Disease, Cohort study and Risk factor.
His Anxiety research includes themes of Psychological intervention and Environmental health. He interconnects Prospective cohort study and Mood in the investigation of issues within Mental health. The Cross-sectional study study combines topics in areas such as Body mass index, Socioeconomic status and General Health Questionnaire.
His primary scientific interests are in Depression, Psychiatry, Mental health, Anxiety and Internal medicine. Felice N. Jacka combines subjects such as Odds ratio, Epidemiology, Gerontology, Cross-sectional study and Risk factor with his study of Depression. His Psychiatry research integrates issues from Alternative medicine, Disease and Clinical psychology.
His research in the fields of Mental illness overlaps with other disciplines such as Association. His Anxiety study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Young adult and Offspring. His Internal medicine study incorporates themes from Bipolar disorder, Endocrinology and History of depression.
Felice N. Jacka mostly deals with Depression, Internal medicine, Randomized controlled trial, Mental health and Gut flora. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychopathology, Epidemiology, MEDLINE and Environmental health. His research integrates issues of Placebo and Bipolar disorder in his study of Internal medicine.
He has included themes like Psychological intervention, Cognitive psychology, Prebiotic and Economic evaluation in his Randomized controlled trial study. His Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gerontology and Mood. His study with Mental health involves better knowledge in Psychiatry.
His primary areas of investigation include Depression, Randomized controlled trial, Mental health, Anxiety and Meta-analysis. His Depression study combines topics in areas such as Observational study, Epidemiology, MEDLINE, Environmental health and Mediterranean diet. The concepts of his Environmental health study are interwoven with issues in Cross-sectional study and Lower risk.
His Mental health research incorporates themes from Gut flora, Disease and Public health. His research investigates the link between Anxiety and topics such as Psychological intervention that cross with problems in Gerontology, Cognition, Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance, Dose and Clinical psychology. His work carried out in the field of Meta-analysis brings together such families of science as Psychiatry and Abdominal obesity.
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So depression is an inflammatory disease, but where does the inflammation come from?
Michael Berk;Lana Williams;Lana Williams;Felice N Jacka;Felice N Jacka;Adrienne O'Neil;Adrienne O'Neil.
BMC Medicine (2013)
Association of Western and Traditional Diets With Depression and Anxiety in Women
Felice N. Jacka;Julie A. Pasco;Arnstein Mykletun;Lana J. Williams.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2010)
A randomised controlled trial of dietary improvement for adults with major depression (the ‘SMILES’ trial)
Felice N Jacka;Adrienne O'Neil;Adrienne O'Neil;Rachelle Opie;Rachelle Opie;Catherine Itsiopoulos.
BMC Medicine (2017)
Relationship Between Diet and Mental Health in Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review
Adrienne O’Neil;Shae E. Quirk;Siobhan Housden;Sharon L. Brennan.
American Journal of Public Health (2014)
Nutritional medicine as mainstream in psychiatry.
Jerome Sarris;Jerome Sarris;Alan C Logan;Tasnime N Akbaraly;Tasnime N Akbaraly;G. Paul Amminger.
The Lancet Psychiatry (2015)
A prospective study of diet quality and mental health in adolescents.
Felice N. Jacka;Felice N. Jacka;Peter J. Kremer;Michael Berk;Andrea M. de Silva-Sanigorski.
The gut microbiome and diet in psychiatry: focus on depression.
Sarah Dash;Gerard Clarke;Michael Berk;Felice N. Jacka.
Current Opinion in Psychiatry (2015)
Oxidative & nitrosative stress in depression: why so much stress?
Steven Moylan;Steven Moylan;Michael Berk;Olivia Dean;Yuval Samuni.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2014)
Healthy dietary indices and risk of depressive outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies
Camille Lassale;G. David Batty;Amaria Baghdadli;Felice Jacka.
Molecular Psychiatry (2019)
The association between diet quality, dietary patterns and depression in adults: a systematic review
Shae E Quirk;Lana Williams;Lana Williams;Adrienne O'Neil;Adrienne O'Neil;Julie Anne Pasco;Julie Anne Pasco.
BMC Psychiatry (2013)
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