Biology, Therapeutics, and Prophylaxis in Recurrent Depression
Affective disorders constitute the most common major psychiatric problem. While even a single episode of depression is disabling and entails considerable economic cost and personal suffering, recurrent depression represents a major public health problem. The identification and succesful treatment of individuals who develop repeated episodes of depression have become high clinical priorities.
KeywordsRecurrent Depression Continuation Phase Normal Responder Interpersonal Psychotherapy Index Episode
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