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Re: ###### My Personnal Theory of Depression (8-) SLS

Posted by Marty on July 3, 2008, at 17:41:24

In reply to Re: ###### My Personnal Theory of Depression (8-), posted by SLS on July 3, 2008, at 17:05:08

> occurs after the passage of time, and the infant enters a quiet and passive state. It is a sort of short-duration learned helplessness that serves to protect the infant from exhaustion and excessive fight-or-flight activation.

Which lead us to the obvious: We should have traded the rodents for babies in the labs for quite a time now! .. "Conclusion: While Maternal Milk didn't induced a more significally pronounced antidepressant effect over Imipramine, the matched effect was significally faster. 2 Seconds for Milk vs 2 Weeks for the TCA." =)

Again, interesting stuff Scott! .. I wonder if there's any longitunidal study following a human from their first week of life to their first depression (if any) and check for a correletion between their 'Quietness'/Crying behaviours and their depression tendencies/behaviours etc...





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