Discordance Between Researchers and Patients in Defining Remission From Depression

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A 38-year-old woman presents with major depression of 1 year’s duration. She has missed a few days of work during the past month, has not been keeping up with usual household responsibilities, and has withdrawn from friends and social engagements. At the initial evaluation, she scores in the upper end of the moderate range of severity on a self-report depression scale.

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