- 20 Questions - by: Ashley Fleeman - Developed on:
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Believe it or not, depression and misery are two different things. Depression is where certain symptoms last over two weeks. Misery can be a temporary spurt of depression, lasting maybe a day or two. Take this test to see if you are just miserable or are depressed.
- 18 Questions - by: Karen - Developed on:
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The items below refer to how you have been during the past week. For each statement, choose the answer that best fits for you. This scale, although a professional test, is for your entertainment only and is not to be used as a diagnostic tool or in lieu of professional help.http://www.psych-net.com
- Time limit: t < 10 min - by: Madeline - Developed on:
- 5,825 takers
Twenty-five questions that determine whether or not your sad moods are serious enough to warrant professional intervention, designed by a person with serious depression. Prolonged episodes of sadness are serious, but are all too often overlooked as being "just a mood." Check each question if you feel that it has applied at least twice in the past month.
- Time limit: t < 10 min - by: extern - Developed on:
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Clinical depression is a common mood disorder that affects both the mind and body. Each year, more than 17 million Americans develop depression, and experts agree that the number may be even higher, because less than half the people who suffer from depression seek treatment.