Longitudinal changes of day-time and night-time gross motor activity in clinical responders and non-responders of major depression.

@article{Todder2007LongitudinalCO,
  title={Longitudinal changes of day-time and night-time gross motor activity in clinical responders and non-responders of major depression.},
  author={Doron Todder and Serdal Caliskan and Bernhard T. Baune},
  journal={The world journal of biological psychiatry : the official journal of the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry},
  year={2007},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={
          276-84
        }
}
Psychomotor retardation (PR) is among the most important features of depression. This study investigates the development of day- and night-time as well as intensity and quantity of circadian motor activity during a 4-week course of treatment among 27 patients with depression compared to 27 healthy controls. A diagnosis of major depression was made using SCID. Motor activity was continuously measured with an actigraph during the study and clinical course of depression with HAM-D-21. Motor… CONTINUE READING

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