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Melancholic Features

Melancholic Features

Melancholic Features:

1.  One of the following:

A.  No pleasure in do all or almost all activities.
B.  When faced with stimuli that is pleasurable there will be a lack of reaction.

2.  At least three of the following:

A.  Depressed mood has it's own personality.
B.  Depressed mood worse in morning.
C.  Waking up a least two hour before normally awakening.
D.  Psychomotor movements retarded.
E.  Weight loss.
F.  Excessive feelings of guilt or feeling guilt for no reason.


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