Gender Gap In Identifying Depression Revealed.

HealthDay (11/15, Preidt) reports, “People are more likely to be able to identify symptoms of depression in women than men,” according to a study published Nov. 14 in the journal PLoS One. The study “also found that skepticism about psychiatry and anti-scientific attitudes influenced people’s views about depression.” Foreign sources covering the story are the Daily Telegraph (UK) (11/15, Adams) and the Daily Mail (UK) (11/15).

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— “Study Reveals Gender Gap in Spotting Depression,”Robert Preidt, HealthDay, November 14, 2012.

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