Core symptoms of major depressive disorder: relevance to diagnosis and treatment

@inproceedings{Kennedy2008CoreSO,
  title={Core symptoms of major depressive disorder: relevance to diagnosis and treatment},
  author={Sidney H. Kennedy},
  booktitle={Dialogues in clinical neuroscience},
  year={2008}
}
The construct of major depressive disorder makes no etiological assumptions about populations with diverse symptom clusters. "Depressed mood" and "loss of interest or pleasure in nearly all activities" are core features of major depressive episode, though a strong case can be made to pay increasing attention to symptoms of fatigue, sleep disturbance, anxiety, and neurocognitive and sexual dysfunction in the diagnosis and evaluation of treatment outcome. Mood, guilt, work, and interest, as well… CONTINUE READING

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