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Re: atypical depression -how typical?

Posted by Scott L. Schofield on November 8, 1999, at 5:39:12

In reply to Re: atypical depression -how typical?, posted by Noa on November 7, 1999, at 19:25:07

> Some researchers are grouping the unipolar depressions with bipolar illness--because the "atypical" version is akin to the depressive states of those with bipolar.

Thanks for your more than uneducated reply.

I hope these researchers are put in their place as quickly as possible. There is no question that the epidemiology of unipolar versus bipolar depression is manifestly very different. If the response rates to mood-stablizers turns out to be different between the two, their conceptualization would be extremely counterproductive.

- Scott




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