Distinguishing early and late onset non-melancholic unipolar depression.

@article{Parker2003DistinguishingEA,
  title={Distinguishing early and late onset non-melancholic unipolar depression.},
  author={Gordon Parker and Kay Roy and Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic and Philip B. Mitchell and Kay Wilhelm},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2003},
  volume={74 2},
  pages={
          131-8
        }
}
AIM We seek to determine whether unipolar non-melancholic major depression commencing early in life has a differing clinical picture, and whether it may have differing determinants. METHODS We study a sample of such patients, comparing those with depression onset in their first 25 years against residual subjects, matching exactly by sex and controlling for age. RESULTS There were no differences in current depression severity. Despite early onset subjects having a distinctly younger current… CONTINUE READING
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