Agitated "unipolar" major depression: prevalence, phenomenology, and outcome.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE This study aimed to explore how prevalent agitated "unipolar" major depression is, whether it belongs to the bipolar spectrum, and whether it differs from nonagitated "unipolar" major depression with respect to course and outcome. METHOD The study was conducted from January 1, 1978, to December 31, 1996. From 361 patients with major depressive… (More)

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