Researching depressive mixed states of bipolar depression and major depressive disorder began in the late nineteenth century in Europe and mid-twentieth century in the United States. Depressive mixed state refers to an individual experiencing a temporary mixture of manic excitement and depression. Dr. William Gilmer uncovers the history, conceptualization and relevance of depressive mixed states and its impact for direct care providers and patients.
William S. Gilmer, MD, is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Northwestern University …
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