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For psychiatrists and mental health professionals seeking the latest research on major depressive disorder and DSM 5 criteria, Psychiatrist.com offers a rich compendium of peer-reviewed articles, research, reports, and analyses.

Psychiatrist.com is one of the field’s leading sources of evidence-based, scientific information on a broad array of topics related to major depressive disorder (MDD). Within Psychiatrist.com, you’ll find articles on major depression diagnosismajor depressive disorder treatmentmajor depressive disorder medications, and many other areas of research into major depressive disorder and DSM 5 criteria.

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Psychiatrist.com is a premier resource for psychiatrists and mental health professionals, as well as primary care physicians and other clinicians who work with patients who have behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders.

Content on Psychiatrist.com is drawn from two sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC), providing a broad array of research into topics related to major depressive disorder and DSM 5 classification.

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Psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and other clinicians who work with patients with mental illness and CNS disorders will find a wide range of research and resources through Psychiatrist.com. Topics covered by content on Psychiatrist.com include the latest peer-reviewed articles on major depressive disorder; symptoms of cyclothymic disorder; diagnosing ADHD and ADD symptoms in adults; treating vascular dementia; diagnosis of disorganized schizophrenia; and many other areas of functional psychiatryintegrated psychiatry, family psychiatry, geriatric psychiatryinterventional psychiatry, and general psychiatry.

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