common mood


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  • noun

Synonyms for common mood

a mood (grammatically unmarked) that represents the act or state as an objective fact

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Yapko, asserts in this book subtitled "How the Most Common Mood Disorder Is Spreading Around the World and How to Stop It" (FreePress; $26), that depression is far more a social problem than a medical disease.
But even after they adjusted for common mood and substance abuse disorders, pain, and so-ciodemographics, anxiety disorders remained associated with a high level of disability and greater role impairment.
But even after adjusting for common mood and substance abuse disorders, pain, and sociodemographics, anxiety disorders remained associated with a high level of disability and greater role impairment.
And the experienced striker, who volleyed home a ninth goal of the season to blunt the Blades at the weekend, has identified a common mood of confidence in the Black Cats camp.
The most generous interpretation would be that this is a paper simply reflecting the common mood, as it has always done, sometimes with great flair and vigour.
The test has become a common mood measure in sport research (LeUnes, Hayward & Daiss, 1989).
MDD is the most common mood disorder, affecting approximately 15 million American adults, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Major depressive disorder is the most common mood disorder in triple-diagnosis patients.
Common mood stabilizers used to treat bipolar disorder are lithium and anticonvulsants such as Depakote.