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Primary depression Induced depression Depressive symptomatology Appearance of depressive appears during a phase of stable symptomatology during an consumption increase in consumption Depressive symptomatology Appearance of depressive persists after a period of symptomatology during abstinence a significant decrease in consumption History of depressive episodes in the absence of substance use History of good response to antidepressant treatments Family history of depression Table 3.
The emotional conflicts are treated: suppressed rage (Emvita[R] 9), a fear/anxiety symptomatology (Emvita[R] 15) and a stress problem complex with severe inner restlessness (Emvita[R] 22).
His score on the Beck Depressive Inventory 11 (BDI-11) (9) was high (BDI = 30), suggesting severe depressive symptomatology.
The Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology, Clinician Rating (IDS-C) and Self-Report (IDS-SR), and the Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology, Clinician Rating (QIDS-C) and Self-Report (QIDS-SR) in public sector patients with mood disorders: a psychometric evaluation.
Specific ADHD symptomatology was reported by teachers filling out the ADHD Criteria of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (ADHD-DSM-IV) list (American Psychiatric Association 2002).
One is the role of the BMI in examining differences between women's symptomatology rates.
Regarding differences by gender, it has been reported that women who smoke are two times more likely to have depressive symptoms compared to non-smoking women, and five times more likely to suffer this symptomatology than men that smoke.
Catatonia is a syndrome dominated by the motor symptomatology that accompanies numerous and diverse general and neurological general conditions.
Oxygen saturation course and altitude symptomatology during an expedition to Broad Peak (8047 m).
It is really important to notice depressive symptomatology among adolescents and not to view that as normal aspect of their age group because if it is left untreated, it may go on for months or years and can come up with serious and life threatening consequences .
Thus, on the basis of a higher expected endorsement of bulimic symptomatology (especially subclinical bulimia), compared to anorexic symptomatology, we exclusively assessed bulimic symptomatology.
The first six chapters cover the biology, morphology, taxonomy and practical aspects of symptomatology, sampling, preparation and identification of nematodes using both classical and molecular approaches.