10075: Dimensions of Age and Disease: Regarding Mood Disorders

About the Course:

The prevalence of mood disorders is not constant throughout the human life span. In fact the types of depression that occur early in life are likely to be different than those that occur later in life, when cormorbid illnesses can play a significant role in psychological well-being. The influence of puberty, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause also has a marked influence on the occurrence of mood disorders. Please Note the content for this course begins on page 55 of the material

Author

National Institute of Mental Health Staff

Course Objectives:

  1. to identify research priorities and objectives

  2. to become aware of opportunities for progress in the field

  3. to learn about and assess the current status of research on mood disorders and their connection with diseases and age

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