Over the past three decades a total of 351 studies have been performed with the VU-AMS device. You can use our search tool below to navigate through our publication inventory using keywords on title, author, or publication year to find if we have published papers in your field of interest.

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Understanding mechanisms of depression prevention: study protocol of a randomized cross-over trial to investigate mechanisms of mindfulness and positive fantasizing as intervention techniques for reducing perseverative cognition in remitted depressed individuals

Besten, van Vugt, Riese, Bockting, Ostafin, Aleman & van Tol 2024

Maternal depressive symptoms and affective responses to infant crying and laughing

Karreman, Starmans & Riem 2023

Antidepressants or running therapy: Comparing effects on mental and physical health in patients with depression and anxiety disorders

Verhoeven, Han, Lever-van Milligen, Hu, Révész, Hoogendoorn, Batelaan, van Schaik, van Balkom, van Oppen & Penninx 2023

Psychobiological markers of allostatic load in depressed and nondepressed mothers and their adolescent offspring

Nelson, Sheeber, Pfeifer & Allen 2021

Affective and Autonomic Reactivity During Parent–Child Interactions in Depressed and Non-Depressed Mothers and Their Adolescent Offspring

Nelson, Sheeber, Pfeifer & Allen 2021

Common and specific determinants of 9-year depression and anxiety course-trajectories: A machine-learning investigation in the Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA).

Wardenaar, Riese, Giltay, Eikelenboom, van Hemert, Beekman, Penninx & Schoevers 2021

Physiological stress markers, mental health and objective physical function

Lever-van Milligen, Lamers, Smit & Penninx 2020

The impact of depression and anxiety treatment on biological aging and metabolic stress: study protocol of the Mood treatment with antidepressants or running (MOTAR) study

Lever-van Milligen, Verhoeven, Schmaal, van Velzen, Révész, Black, Han, Horsfall, Batelaan, van Balkom, van Schaik, van Oppen & Penninx 2019

Biomarker-based subtyping of depression and anxiety disorders using Latent Class Analysis. A NESDA study

Beijers, Wardenaar, Bosker, Lamers, Grootheest, Boer, Penninx & Schoevers 2019

Which biopsychosocial variables contribute to more weight gain in depressed persons?

Paans, Bot, Gibson-Smith, Spinhoven, Brouwer, Visser & Penninx 2017