The role and clinical significance of subsyndromal depressive symptoms (SSD) in unipolar major depressive disorder.

@article{Judd1997TheRA,
  title={The role and clinical significance of subsyndromal depressive symptoms (SSD) in unipolar major depressive disorder.},
  author={Lewis L. Judd and Hagop Souren Akiskal and Martin P. Paulus},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={1997},
  volume={45 1-2},
  pages={5-17; discussion 17-8}
}
Analyses conducted in 10,526 community respondents investigated by the NIMH Epidemiological Catchment Area (ECA) Program, revealed the 1-month point prevalence of depressive symptoms and disorders in the general population, at the first ECA interview (Wave 1) to be 10%, as follows: 2.3% major depressive disorder (MDD); 2.3% dysthmic disorder (DD); 1.5% minor depressive disorder (MinD); and 3.9% subsyndromal depressive symptoms (SSD, defined as two or more depressive symptoms beneath the… CONTINUE READING

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