Child and adolescent depression

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Abstract

Child and adolescent depression research is still at an early stage of development. Current strategies owe much to insight derived from studies of adults, but important differences between depressed children and adolescents and depressed adults are emerging. These differences are increasingly identified in studies of neurobiology, course and treatment outcome. Future research should continue to borrow the best from adult studies but should, in addition, address our understanding to the developmental^ specific aspects of depression in the younger population.

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