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1. King, Deborah A. and Kenneth Heller. “Depression and the Response of Others: Is the Effect Specific?.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology, vol. 95, no. 4, Nov. 1986, pp. 410-411. EBSCOhost.

Background: This article discusses an experiment they did with depressed patients talking to college students and how the college students helped the patients get their minds off of their depression.
How I used it: I used this article to prove the response depression gets.

2. Beck, Aaron T., and Brad A. Alford. “Depression: Causes and Treatment.” 2nd ed., Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009. JSTOR.

Background: This article gives the definition of depression and also gives the causes and some treatments they use. to treat depression
How I used it: I used this article to prove the most common causes and treatments for depression.

3. “Residual Symptoms at Remission from Depression: Impact on Long-Term Outcome.” Journal of Affective Disorders, Elsevier, 11 Apr. 2003.

Background: This article shows how the long term outcomes of depression are shown with the people around them.
How I used it: I used this article prove the impact depression has on the people around them.

4. Muñoz, R.,F., Yu-Wen, Y., Bernal, G., Pérez-Stable, E.,J., Sorensen, J. L., Hargreaves, W. A., Miller, L. S. (1995). “Prevention of depression with primary care patients: A randomized controlled trial.” American Journal of Community Psychology, 23(2), 199-222.

Background: This article talks about ways to prevent depression and how a study was done to prove their ways.
How I used it: I used this article to prove ways to prevent depression if they see it early on.

5. Zimmerman, Mark and William Coryell. “The Inventory to Diagnose Depression (IDD): A Self-Report Scale to Diagnose Major Depressive Disorder.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, vol. 55, no. 1, Feb. 1987, pp. 55-59. EBSCOhost.

Background: The article shows how doctors scale a diagnoses and how they treat that people with the certain diagnoses.
How I used it: I used this article to prove diagnoses of depression. Shows how they diagnose someone with depression.

6. Tracy, Natasha. “Causes of Depression: What Causes Depression? – Causes – Depression.” HealthyPlace.

Background: This article shows what causes depression in most people.
How I used it: I used this article to prove what causes depression.

7. Tracy, Natasha. “What Caused the Depression? – Causes – Depression.” HealthyPlace.

Background: This article shows what causes depression and what is the most common type of depression.
How I used it: I used this article to prove what is the most common causes of depression are.

8. “Depression In Teens.” Mental Health America, 8 Dec. 2016.

Background: This article shows how teens get judged when they say they have depression.
How I used it: I used this article to show how society views depression.

9. Gregory N. Clarke, Mark Hornbrook, Frances Lynch, Michael Polen, John Gale, William Beardslee, Elizabeth O’Connor, John Seeley. “A Randomized Trial of a Group Cognitive Intervention for Preventing Depression in Adolescent Offspring of Depressed Parents.” Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2001;58(12):1127–1134.

Background: This article shows young kids how to cope with parents that have depression so they don’t struggle with it later in life too.
How I used it: I used this article to prove how to help prevent depression at an early age.

10. Reivich K., Gillham J.E., Chaplin T.M., Seligman M.E.P. (2013) “From Helplessness to Optimism: The Role of Resilience in Treating and Preventing Depression in Youth.” In: Goldstein S., Brooks R. (eds) Handbook of Resilience in Children. Springer, Boston, MA.

Background: This article shows how to prevent depression in young people.
How I used it: I used this article to prove that there are ways to prevent depression.

11. “Depression.” Merriam-Webster, Merriam-Webster.

Background: Merriam-Webster gives the definition for depression.

How I used it: I used this to show what others define  depression as.

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