Major Depressive Disorder Research through the Cognitive Psychology Approach
Major depressive disorder affects millions of people worldwide every year and has
become a common clinical condition. Normally, a person suffering from this disorder normally
exhibits a sad mood and disinterest in things that would previously have fascinated him or her.
Depression primarily has an effect over the “whole body”. In this case, the patients emotions,
and behavior undergo immense alteration. The exact causes of this condition are hard to pin
point with some believing that it is hereditary or may be caused by an imbalance of chemicals
in the . . .
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