Swet's discussion of the culture of local radicalism explores the political options available to Kiez inhabitants during the Depression
. Despite its attempts to present a more militant image, Social Democracy failed to gain electoral ground from its main competitors, the German Communist Party and the rising Nazi movement.
To help students understand the stock market crash of 1929, the Great Depression of the 1930s, and how the Depression
flattened the U.S.
Once the individual is feeling better, it is important to continue the medication for 4 to 9 months to prevent a recurrence of the depression
. Some medications must be stopped gradually to give the body time to adjust, and many can produce withdrawal symptoms if discontinued abruptly.
And sometimes, depending on severity, the depression
needs to be treated regardless of cause.
Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, agreed that people with the depression
shouldn't wait for it to go away.
To investigate and understand how working-class families survived the Depression
, Baillargeon interviewed thirty French Canadian, and therefore Catholic, women who were married, housewives, and residents of working-class districts in Montreal in the years between 1929 and 1939.
Doctors tend to miss the diagnosis of depression and even when they treat it they often treat it with sedatives which may make the depression
He wrote that the depression
he called his "beast" followed him abroad and at home, never leaving him alone.
Adjective Check List (DACL) (Lubin, 1965) was used in this study to assess patient mood.
This pattern held after the team accounted for factors that could have influenced whether a patient formed a therapeutic alliance, such as sex, the severity and length of the depression
, childhood abuse, and anxiety symptoms.
Also, the majority of our participants, since they had had the condition for a number of years, probably had passed through the depression
stage of the grieving process.