Depression: Symptoms versus Diagnosis in10,412 Hospitalized Adolescents (1957-1977)

Christ, Adolph E.; Adler, Arlene G.; Isacoff, Mark; Gershansky, Ira S.
July 1981
American Journal of Psychotherapy;Jul1981, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p400
Academic Journal
Explores the relationship between both classical and masked symptoms of depression with the discharge diagnosis of depression. Symptoms of depression; Indication that masked symptoms are not associated with a diagnosis of depression; Presenting problems of depression and masked depression.


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