Manual Melancholia: A Disorder of Movement and Mood: A Phenomenological and Neurobiological Review

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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title It has long been accepted that depressive disorders comprise a biologically-based type, the so-called 'endogenous' or 'melancholic' depression, and a residual set of depressive conditions resulting from social factors.

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