Martino Belvederi Murri, Gabriella Ferrigno, Simona Penati, Caterina Muzio, Giulia Piccinini, Marco Innamorati, Federica Ricci, Maurizio Pompili and Mario Amore
Increasing evidence supports that mentalization deficits may have a role in the genesis of young age depression; however, few studies examined this issue in clinical populations.
CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 2, May 2017 – Innovations in Practice: The relationship between sleep disturbances, depression, and interpersonal functioning in treatment for adolescent depression
Eleanor L. McGlinchey, Jazmin A. Reyes-Portillo, J. Blake Turner and Laura Mufson
Sleep disturbance is frequently comorbid with depression and sleep complaints are the most common residual symptoms after treatment among adolescents with depression.
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