Depressive phenomenology in regard to depersonalization level.

@article{Zikic2009DepressivePI,
  title={Depressive phenomenology in regard to depersonalization level.},
  author={Olivera V. Zikic and Snezana Ciri{\'c} and Marija M Mitkovi{\'c}},
  journal={Psychiatria Danubina},
  year={2009},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={320-6}
}
BACKGROUND It has been found that in patients suffering from unipolar depression, associated depersonalization symptomatology is more intense compared to healthy controls, and also that there is a positive correlation between depression and depersonalization. According to data that may be found in the literature, there is a relatively high prevalence of depersonalization symptomatology in unipolar depressions. Our study was aimed at finding whether the presence of depersonalization was related… CONTINUE READING
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