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The authors have informed us that in this paper the 95% confidence interval for each odds ratio was miscalculated in analyses, the published estimates being wider than they should be. The terms Perceived Social Support and Primary Support Group 3 or Less, were reversed in Table 5 and in the Results section text. The main conclusion is substantially unaltered, which is that there is a higher risk of depression, depressive ideas and panic symptoms, than of any other neurotic symptom, in subjects with a Primary Support Group of three or less and in subjects with low perceived social support in all six logistic models. The revised Table 5 is published overleaf.