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Is Our Society Manufacturing Depressed People? | Psychology Today


Our society is in the throes of a virtual epidemic of depression. The numbers are quite staggering. More than twenty percent of the American population will ...

Sep 29, 2015 ... You just listen to him for few minutes every day, your life will be much better. You may not need to agree on everything the Sadhguru says but, ...

How Games Like PokemonGo Could Be An Aid For Depressed People


Jul 22, 2016 ... Young Minds reports that approximately 10% of children aged between 5 and 16 suffers from a mental health disorder. They also indicate that ...

Brain's 'Clock' Disrupted in Depressed People - Live Science


May 13, 2013 ... Depression appears to disrupt the genes that regulate sleep and waking in the brain, perhaps offering new avenues for treatment.

How Depressed People Use the Internet - The New York Times


Jun 17, 2012 ... In a study, students who showed signs of depression tended to use the Internet differently from those who showed no symptoms of depression.

Depressed Patients' Brains React Differently To Negative Events ...


Jun 1, 2016 ... Depressed people actually experienced lower habenula activity than their healthy counterparts. This means that depressed people ...

New Documents / Sad, Depressed, People (David Horvitz)


David Horvitz's Sad, Depressed, People looks at a set of images circulating within stock photography collections. These photographs, in which actors are ...

Do depressed people ever miss the ones they pushed away? - Quora


Some do and some do not. In people who do, they do not necessarily miss everyone. And, as others have noted, it can be context dependent---how the ...

Depressed people have a more accurate perception of time ...


Aug 22, 2013 ... People with mild depression underestimate their talents. However, new research shows that depressed people are more accurate when it ...

Why Do Depressed People Lie In Bed? A Surprising Theory ...


Editor's Note: Jonathan Rottenberg Ph.D. is a leading researcher in the area of emotion and psychopathology, where he has focused on major depression.

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Science Watch--Probing the puzzling workings of 'depressive realism'


New studies hint depressed people may not factor context into judgments as much as the nondepressed--putting a new twist on the 'real' part of depressive ...

Depressed People Really Do See a Gray World - Live Science


Jul 20, 2010 ... The eyes of depressed people may not be able to distinguish contrast.

Scans: Brain Region Misfires in Depressed People - WebMD


May 31, 2016 ... Contrary to previous thinking, the habenula is less active during unpleasant experiences.