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* [[Depression (emotion)]], or minor depression, an increasingly common term for a sad or low mood or the loss of pleasure during which time an individual remains capable of performing personal and vocational obligations in a generally satisfactory manner
 
* [[Depression (emotion)]], or minor depression, an increasingly common term for a sad or low mood or the loss of pleasure during which time an individual remains capable of performing personal and vocational obligations in a generally satisfactory manner
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* [[Involutional depression]]
 
* [[Involutional depression]]
 
* [[Involutional depression]] depression in the elderly aka involutional melancholia
 
* [[Involutional depression]] depression in the elderly aka involutional melancholia
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* [[Persistent depressive disorder]]
 
* [[Psychotic depression]]
 
* [[Psychotic depression]]
 
* [[Reactive depression]]
 
* [[Reactive depression]]
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Depression' may refer to:

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Depression
Types of depression
Depressed mood | Clinical depression | Bipolar disorder |Cyclothymia | |Dysthymia |Postpartum depression | |Reactive | Endogenous |
Aspects of depression
The social context of depression | Risk factors | Suicide and depression | [[]] | Depression in men | Depression in women | Depression in children |Depression in adolescence |
Research on depression
Epidemiology | Biological factors  |Genetic factors | Causes | [[]] | [[]] | Suicide and depression |
Biological factors in depression
Endocrinology | Genetics | Neuroanatomy | Neurochemistry | [[]] | [[]] | [[]] |
Depression theory
[[]] | Cognitive | Evolution | Memory-prediction framework | [[]] |[[]] | [[]] |
Depression in clinical settings
Comorbidity | Depression and motivation | Depression and memory | Depression and self-esteem |
Assessing depression
Depression measures | BDI | HDRS | BHS |CES-D |Zung |[[]] |
Approaches to treating depression
CAT | CBT |Human givens |Psychoanalysis | Psychotherapy |REBT |
Prominant workers in depression|-
Beck | Seligman | [[]] | [[]] |
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