Do psychotic, minor and intermittent depressive disorders exist on a continuum?

Abstract

The following paper uses information from a family study and 10-year follow-up of probands with unipolar depression to describe relationships between psychotic and non-psychotic major depressive disorder (MDD) and, in turn, between psychotic MDD and minor or intermittent depressive disorders. Probands began follow-up as they sought treatment for MDD at any… (More)

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@article{Coryell1997DoPM, title={Do psychotic, minor and intermittent depressive disorders exist on a continuum?}, author={William H. Coryell}, journal={Journal of affective disorders}, year={1997}, volume={45 1-2}, pages={75-83} }