depression

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Related to depressive syndrome: dysthymia, unipolar depression, Major Depressive Disorder, Unipolar disorder
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Synonyms for depression

Synonyms for depression

an area sunk below its surroundings

a period of decreased business activity and high unemployment

Synonyms for depression

a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment

a period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment

an air mass of lower pressure

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angular distance below the horizon (especially of a celestial object)

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pushing down

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Among alcoholic subjects the COGA study found an increased prevalence of depressive syndrome (i.
Adolescents who report both anxiety and depression along with other symptoms such as feeling sad, lonely, unloved, and worthless are considered to have depressive syndrome.
In one of the latest studies, psychologist Marjorie Schuman of the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles and her colleagues report that people (like Joanne) with "an identified interest in chocolate" are more likely than others to be female (90 percent were women) and to have personality traits associated with a depressive syndrome called hysteroid dysphoria.
The thoughts tend to be more plausible ("The IRS will take my house away") than bizarre, and may strike clinicians as simply part of the depressive syndrome, particularly when they are mood-congruent and feature themes like guilt, failure, and hopelessness.
2 million British football fans will this summer suffer a depressive syndrome called on End of Season Affective Disorder.
The treatment process is further facilitated by focusing on other components of the depressive syndrome (e.
These symptoms are characteristic of depressive syndrome but are rare in dementias such as Alzheimer's disease, he said.