dysthymic


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dys·thy·mic

(dis-thī'mik),
Relating to dysthymia.

dysthymic

/dys·thy·mic/ (-thi´mik) characterized by symptoms of mild depression.

dys·thy·mic

(dis-thī'mik)
Relating to dysthymia.
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When I first introduced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to Bill as a means of treating his dysthymic disorder along with medication, he rejected CBT as "psychobabble.
DSM-IV-TR, supra note 99, at 376-77, 381-82 (noting that Dysthymic Disorder or Depressive Disorder Not Otherwise Specified may not entail serious functional deficits); id.
Plasma neurotransmitters, blood pressure and heart rate during supine-resting, orthostasis and moderate exercise in dysthymic depressed patients.
94) Race Caucasian 96% Hispanic or Latino 2% Other 2% Type of ADHD Inattentive Type 36% Hyperactive/Impulsive Type 0% Combined Type 64% Any Comorbid Disorder 74% ODD 66% CD 12% Mania/Hypomania 4% Major Depression 2% Dysthymic Disorder 2% GPA at end of 1st Semester M = 2.
Results: We found a large discrepancy in response between dysthymic and non-dysthymics, the latter seemingly more sensitive to Hypericum.
Depression can be subdivided into major depression, dysthymic disorder, and adjustment disorder with depressed mood (Conn & Kaye, 2001).
Viewing depression along the continuum in Figure 1 brings to light large numbers of students who may not have a diagnosis of dysthymic or major depressive disorder but who may be experiencing one or more of the behavioral/emotional indices of depressive disorders listed above.
The average age of the experimental group of dysthymic patients was 38 years and 44 years for the control group.
Currently, approximately two million (6 percent) of the 34 million adults in the over 65 age group have a diagnosable depressive illness (major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, or dysthymic disorders) (National Institute of Mental Health, 2003).
population aged eighteen and over suffers from a depressive disorder (defined by the NIMH as including major depressive disorder, dysthymic disorder, and bipolar disorder) during any given year.
Twenty-six women met DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for major depressive disorder, 13 met the criteria for minor depressive disorder, and 11 for dysthymic disorder.