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depressive

Psychol tending to be subject to periods of depression
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The aim of this study was to explore differences in the intensity of depressiveness, sleep disturbances and sleepiness between PTSD patients and patients with depression.
Furthermore, Winterer and colleagues (2003) found that increases in bilateral, intrahemispheric posterior coherences in the alpha and beta frequency in alcohol-dependent study participants covaried with depressiveness.
Decrease in heart rate variability response to task is related to anxiety and depressiveness in normal subjects.
It has something to do with people who are by nature depressives seeking out pursuits that almost demand depressiveness.
Results indicated that between the first and second measurements depressiveness in children in care decreased over time.
The empty self consists of passivity, depressiveness and depletion in energy.
Perhaps adolescents with visual impairment are more aware and sensitive to these aspects, and this could explain their higher levels of tension, anxiety, obsessiveness, depressiveness, etc.
Other side effects include single cases of transient elevations of bilirubin, liver transaminases and autoantibodies, transient photosensitivity-like rashes, mouth ulcers, transient headache and constipation, iron deficiency, breast tenderness and in one case exacerbation of ongoing depressiveness.
Although he got his basic training at Chicago's improv comedy institution Second City and first got noticed as a correspondent for the satirical ``Daily Show,'' Massachusetts native Carell indeed put more thought into Frank's catatonic depressiveness than in dreaming up gags.
But none has the peculiar mixture of gravity, sensibility, elegance, alienation, and depressiveness that marks Paladin for me.